WAF 2018 Day Two Winners

 John Hill
29. November 2018
Larger Scale Housing - Completed Buildings: The Street in Mathura, India, by Sanjay Puri Architects (Photo: Dinesh Mehta)
Following the second day of keynotes, project presentations, tours, and other events at the 2018 World Architecture Festival (2018) in Amsterdam, the winners have been announced in sixteen categories.
WAF, now in its eleventh year -- and its first in Amsterdam -- is set up in a unique crit format, in which architects shortlisted in numerous categories present their projects in ten minutes to a three-person jury, which then asks questions about the project. The categories fall into two general types: Completed Buildings and Future Projects; winners in the former are in the running for Building of the Year, and those in the latter vie for Future Project of the Year, both announced on Friday. Day two winners from Thursday, November 29, are listed below with day one winners available here. On day three, all of the winners will present their projects to the respective Super Juries, which will determine the overall winners to be announced at a gala dinner that night.

Completed Buildings

Mixed Use - Completed Buildings: Kampung Admiralty in Singapore by WOHA (Photo: Patrick Bingham-Hall)
  • Health: Hospital AZ Zeno in Knokke, Belgium, by B2Ai​
  • Higher Education and Research: Exeter College Cohen Quadrangle in Oxford, UK, by Alison Brooks Architects
  • Hotel and Leisure: Hotel Jakarta in Amsterdam, Netherlands, by SeARCH
  • Larger Scale Housing: The Street in Mathura, India, by Sanjay Puri Architects
  • Mixed Use: Kampung Admiralty in Singapore by WOHA
School - Completed Buildings: Muku Nursery School in Fuji City, Japan, by Tezuka Architects
  • Religion: Belarusian Memorial Chapel in London, UK by Spheron Architects​
  • School: Muku Nursery School in Fuji City, Japan, by Tezuka Architects
  • Shopping: Shanghai Greenland Center / Greenland Being Funny in Shanghai, China, by NIKKEN SEKKEI
  • Transport: London Bridge Station in London, UK, by Grimshaw
  • Villa: High Horse Ranch in Northern California, USA, by KieranTimberlake

Future Projects

Culture: Museum of the Siege of Leningrad in St. Petersburg, Russia, by Studio 44 Architects
  • Commercial Mixed Use: Taichung Commercial Bank Headquarters Mixed-Use Project in Taiwan by Aedas​
  • Culture: Museum of the Siege of Leningrad in St. Petersburg, Russia, by Studio 44 Architects
  • Education: Lincoln University and AgResearch Joint Facility in Christchurch, New Zealand, by Warren and Mahoney Architects with Woods Bagot
House - Future Projects: Guyim Vault House in Shiraz, Iran, by Nextoffice
  • House: Guyim Vault House in Shiraz, Iran, by Nextoffice
  • Masterplanning: Medellin River Parks / Botanical Park Master Plan in Medellin, Colombia, by Sebastian Monsalve + Juan David Hoyos
  • Residential: Amelia Tulum in Tulum, Mexico, by Sordo Madaleno Arquitectos

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