Statoil Regional and International Offices, Norway
The World Architecture Festival, held in Singapore this year, is considered the world's largest festival and live awards for the global architecture community. Architects from more than 60 different countries enter designs submissions for 30 categories, including hotel, house, school, office, education and more. For those who couldn't make it to this year's festival, here are our top 10 picks. To see the full list, visit the World Architecture Festival's website.
Here, the winner in the category "Office" is the Statoil Regional and International Offices located in Fornebu, Bærum, Norway, and designed by Oslo, Norway-based a-lab.
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Meditation House, Lebanon
In the category of "Future Projects House," the winner is the Meditation House, by Lebanon-based MZ Architects.
Denmark's Aquarium, The Blue Planet
In the category of "Display," the winner comes from Danish architects 3XN for The Blue Planet Aquarium in Denmark.
Women's Opportunity Center, Rwanda
In the category of Civic and Community, the winner is the Women's Opportunity Center in Rwanda by New York-based Sharon Davis Design.
citizenM London Bankside, UK
In the category of "Hotel and Leisure," the winner is is the citizenM hotel in London from Amsterdam-based Concrete.
Singapore Sports Hub, Singapore
In the category of "Future Projects Leisure-led Development," the winner goes to the Singapore Sports Hub. Arup was enlisted to lead the architectural and engineering design.
Auckland Art Gallery, New Zealand
Sydney Cruise Terminal, Australia
Canberra, Australia-based Johnson Pilton Walker Architects won for their design of the Sydney Cruise Terminal, Australia, in the category of "Transport."
New office in Central London, UK
In the category of "Future Project Commercial Mixed-Use," the win went to New Office in Central London, a building renewal project on the W4 and W5 blocks on London’s Regent Street. The project was designed by London-based Allford Hall Monagh.
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