The World Architecture Festival has released the shortlist of designs competing in the event’s 2016 awards.
In its ninth year, the festival is going back to Berlin, where it all started – but there’s more to celebrate.
Out of an unspecified record number of entries, the expert jury selected 343 entries; which will be considered for one of the 32 coveted awards.
Practices from 42 countries, with designs and projects located in 58 nations, can hope to take home on of the award in November.
After looking at the to-be-completed homes and housing projects, it’s time to look at homes already existing around the world.
House – Completed Buildings
Field House – Blank Architects Glogow, Poland
Villa Marittima – Robin Williams Architect St Andrews Beach, Victoria 3941, Australia
Tin House – Henning Stummel Architect London, UK
33 Holland Park – studioMilou architecture Singapore
McLeod House – Ian Moore Architects Sydney, Australia
Keeper’s House and Lodge – Scott Tallon Walker Architects Tipperary, Ireland
E-Type House – RTA Studio Auckland, New Zealand
Nannup Holiday House – iredale pedersen hook architects Nanny, Australia
The Red House – Crosson Architects Auckland, New Zealand
Living-Garden House – Robert Konieczny- KWK Promes Izbica, Poland
HOUSE MM – OHLAB / Oliver Hernaiz Architecture Lab Palma de Mallorca, Spain
Konieczny’s Ark – Robert Konieczny- KWK Promes Brenna, Poland
K Valley House – Herbst Architects Thames, New Zealand
House Juniskär – Hermansson Hiller Lundberg Arkitekter Sundsvall, Sweden
Jungle house – studiomk27 São Paulo, Brazil
CASA31_4 Room House – iredale pedersen hook architects and Caroline Di Costa Architect Perth, Australia
Indigo Slam – Smart Design Studio Sydney, Australia
Housing – Completed Buildings – Sponsored by Grohe
d’Leedon – Zaha Hadid Architects Singapore
10 Wylde Street – SJB Sydney, Australia
VIA 57 West – BIG – Bjarke Ingels Group New York, USA
Biophilic Boarding House – Andyrahman Architect Surabaya, Indonesia
R-House – Q-Lab Tainan City, Taiwan
Anadara, Barangaroo – Francis-Jones Morehen Thorp Sydney, Australia
Mirage by the Lake – AK+ Archipedia Cyberjaya, Malaysia
Earth Village – 1+1>2 Architects Ha Giang, Vietnam
Kings Gate – Lynch Architects London, UK
Y:Cube, Mitcham – Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners London, UK
XV Pacific Games Village – Warren and Mahoney Architects Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea
Waterway Terraces – Aedas Singapore
12 Degrees – Core Architects Toronto, Canada
Aluminium Tip – Babin+Renaud Paris, France
SkyVille @ – Dawson Woha Singapore
Villa Catuçaba – studiomk27 Catuçaba, São Paulo
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