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World Architecture Festival 2012

The world’s largest festival and live awards for the global architecture community: debate, learn and be inspired

The world’s largest festival and live awards for the global architecture community is back for its fifth, inspiring year: debate, learn, and be inspired.

Since the first WAF in 2008, over 8000 architects have attended the Festival, from over 65 countries. WAF has seen over 100 award winners including Zaha Hadid Architects, Grafton Architects, Peter Rich Architects, Miralles Tagliabue EMBT and many more.

2011 Winner: World Building of the Year

Media-TIC building, Barcelona, Spain
Cloud 9 Architecture Studio

Media-TIC building, Barcelona by Cloud 9

 

2010 Winner: World Building of the Year

MAXXI, National Museum of XXI Century Arts, Rome, Italy
Zaha Hadid Architects

MAXXI: Museum of XXI Century Arts, Rome by Zaha Hadid Architects

 

2010 Winner: Display

Spanish Pavilion for Shanghai World Expo 2010, China
Miralles Tagliabue EMBT

Spanish Pavilion, Shanghai World Expo 2010, China by Miralles Tagliabue EMBT


You can now start your WAF 2012 entries. You have until the 30 June to enter the projects that you want to share with the world, the ones that make you proud to be an architect, the projects that your reputation will be built on.

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3-5 October 2012, Singapore
For more information, and details on how to enter, please visit the WAF website

Judges for the WAF Awards 2012

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