The latest set of winners have emerged from this year’s World Architecture Festival (WAF) in Singapore
Grimshaw’s ‘sophisticated and powerful’ Fulton Centre in New York has won the transport category of the awards on the second day of the World Architecture Festival.
Studio Seilern’s Performing Arts Centre, which is yet to complete at Wellington College, was the only UK project to pick up an award.
Judges recognised the scheme for its ‘poetic relationship between the planned spaces and the existing building and landscape’.
Other winners included an Olive Oil Factory in Uruguay by Marcelo Daglio Arquitectos, Mangera Yvars Architects’ centre for Islamic studies in Qatar and a housing development in Canada by BIG.
All the winners will go onto present their schemes in front of the WAF super jury to compete for the World Building of the Year Award.
The full list of winners
Culture Soma City Home for All, Japan by Klein Dytham Architecture
Health Walumba Elders Centre, Australia by iredale pedersen hook architects
Hotel and leisure Lanserhof, Lake Tegern, Germany by Ingenhoven Architects
New & old Courtyard House Plugin, China by People’s Architecture Office
Production energy and recycling Fabrica de Oliva, Uruguay by Marcelo Daglio Arquitectos
Religion Qatar Faculty of Islamic Studies, Qatar byMangera Yvars Architects
Schools Ballet School, Russia by Studio 44 Architects
Sport San Mamés Stadium, Spain by Azcárate (ACXT-IDOM)
Transport Fulton Center, USA by Grimshaw
Commercial mixed-use Gardens at Punggol, Singapore by Serie + Multiply Consultants
Competition entries Quay Quarter, Australia by Francis-Jones Morehen Thorp
Education Performing Arts Centre, UK by Studio Seilern Architects
Experimental Home Farm, Singapore by SPARK
Residential Vancouver House, Canada by BIG