The World Architecture Festival (WAF) is back for 2015! Taking place in Singapore once again this November, WAF is unique in that anyone can apply to the competition and have a chance to win. Additionally, event attendees can witness architecture teams present their projects and then listen to the jury's responses.
Competition is bigger in this year's WAF for the coveted "World Building of the Year 2015" award. The shortlist features 338 projects across 31 categories from architects based in 46 countries, including works by famous firms. These entries will be showcased at WAF's new London satellite location from June 24-27 before making their way to Singapore.
Then during the festival, WAF entrants will get the chance to interact and hear critiques from the 2015 WAF ‘super jurors’: Royal Gold Medallist Sir Peter Cook (UK), Sou Fujimoto (Japan), Benedetta Tagliabue (Spain), Charles Jencks (UK/US), Kerry Hill (Singapore) and Manuelle Gautrand (France).
Catch a glimpse of some of this year's shortlisters below.
Find the full shortlist here.
All photos courtesy of 2015 World Architecture Festival.
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