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10 NEWS WORLD ARCHITECTURE FESTIVAL The best international proposals of 2018


The World Architecture Festival (WAF) has revealed the winners of 10 WAFX prizes. The prizes are awarded to future projects that “identify key ecological and societal challenges, which architects are actively seeking to address over the next 10 years”. These challenges span diverse topic areas including climate change, energy saving and carbon emissions, water wastage and shortage, ageing populations and health issues, reusable materials, smart cities, building technology, cultural identity, ethics and power, and justice.


The prize winners will present their projects live at the World Architecture Festival being held on 28 and 29 November in Amsterdam. The overall winner will be crowned at the festival’s Gala Dinner on 30 November, the culmination of the three-day event at the RAI convention centre in the Dutch capital. The WAFX judges said they were impressed by the diversity of innovative approaches by architects and designers across the globe, which varied from innovative solar panel fields in The Netherlands, to urban green corridors in Bangkok, eco farms in rural Vietnam and river parks in Colombia. The WAFX 2018 Prize winners are:


• Re-Use – Beloit College Powerhouse, Illinois, US, by Studio Gang


• Climate, Energy and Carbon – Highway Solarpanel Field by 70F Architecture


• Ageing and Health – The Alder Centre, Liverpool by Allford Hall Monaghan Morris


• Food – Cuchi Organic Eco Farm, Vietnam, by IF (Integrated Field)


• Building and Technology – W350 Project, Tokyo, by Nikken Sekkei


• Power and Justice – Tower Inten city, South Africa, by Savage Dodd Architects with UrbanWorks


• Water – Medellin River Parks/Botanical Park Master Plan, Colombia, by Sebastian Monsalve + Juan David Hoyos


• Ethics and Value – Sheltainer – Where Humanity Meets Hope by Sheltainer


• Smart Cities – 10 KM by Shma Company Limited


• Cultural Identity – Ataturk Culture Center, Turkey, by Tabanlioglu Architects


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CLOCKWISE (FROM TOP LEFT): Ataturk Culture Center by Tabanlioglu Architects; Medellin River Parks/ Botanical Park Master Plan by Sebastian Monsalve + Juan David Hoyos; Highway Solarpanel Field by 70F Architecture; The Alder Center by AHMM; Tower Inten city by Savage Dodd Architects/UrbanWorks


CLOCKWISE (FROM TOP LEFT): 10 KM by Shma Company Limited; Beloit College Powerhouse by Studio Gang; W350Project by Nikken Sekkei; Sheltainer - Where Humanity Meets Hope by Sheltainer; Cuchi Organic Eco Farm by IF (Integrated Field)


ADF NOVEMBER 2018


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