Globe Architecture Festival 2015: a bamboo neighborhood centre in Vietnam, a concrete music college in Tokyo and a “vertical village” of apartment blocks in Singapore are between today’s category winners at the World Architecture Festival in Singapore.
The second batch of category winners will be uncovered tomorrow. Finished buildings will go on to compete for the Globe Constructing of the 12 months prize on Friday, whilst unrealised projects will be pitched against one particular another for the Future Task of the 12 months award.
Dezeen is media companion for the Globe Architecture Festival (WAF), which is taking area at the Moshe Safdie-created Marina Bay Sands hotel and conference centre till six November. The Inside Festival requires spot alongside WAF, and the first category winners of the Within Festival awards have been announced earlier nowadays.
Study on for the list of today’s WAF class winners:
Home: Saigon Residence, Hochiminh, Vietnam, by a21studio
Saigon House, Hochiminh, Vietnam, by a21studio
Occupying a room just three metres broad, Saigon Property was developed by a21studio, the winner of Planet Developing of the 12 months 2014. It was developed from recycled materials, such as bricks, doors and windows.
Civic and community: Cam Thanh Community Home, Hoi An, Vietnam, by one+1>2 Worldwide Architecture
Cam Thanh Local community Home, Hoi An, Vietnam, by one+one>2 Global Architecture
This Vietnam neighborhood centre features bamboo roofs thatched with coconut leaves, which pitch inwards to direct rainwater in direction of a series of planted courtyards. It was designed by one+1>2 to supply a hub for the regional neighbourhood, but it is hoped that in long term it will also serve as an details centre for visitors.
Mixed use: Casba, Australia, by Billard Leece and SJB Architects
Casba, Australia, by Billard Leece and SJB Architects
Organized around a courtyard, the curving blocks of this mixed-use growth in Sydney negotiate a significant change in ground degree and a threat of flooding. Offices and stores occupy the reduce ranges, whilst apartment are situated on the floors over.
Higher training and analysis: Toho Gakuen School of Music, Tokyo, Japan, by Nikken Sekkei
Toho Gakuen College of Music, Tokyo, Japan, by Nikken Sekkei
Japanese company Nikken Sekkei describes the layout of rooms at this Tokyo music college as currently being “aligned along a central corridor in a jail-like method”. It comprises a series of concrete volumes, lined internally with oak to develop acceptable acoustics.
Workplace: Box Workplace, Melbourne, Australia, by Cox Architecture
Box Office, Melbourne, Australia, by Cox Architecture
An “open box” varieties the centre of Cox Architecture’s personal workplace in Melbourne, generating a tiered occasions space utilised for presentations, meetings and social occasions. Two work zones are located at the rear, and staff can choose and choose where they want to sit.
Housing: The Interlace, Singapore, by Buro Ole Scheeren
The Interlace, Singapore, by Buro Ole Scheeren
Horizontal buildings are stacked diagonally across a single an additional to frame terraces, gardens and plazas at The Interlace in Singapore, created by architect Ole Scheeren prior to he left Dutch firm OMA. Conceived as a “vertical village”, it is produced up of 31 apartment buildings that develop a honeycomb strategy.
Buying: Sino-Ocean Taikoo Li Chengdu, Chengdu, China, by The Oval Partnership
Sino-Ocean Taikoo Li Chengdu, Chengdu, China, by The Oval Partnership
The Oval Partnership planned this shopping centre close to an ancient temple in Chengdu. As effectively as retail units, it contains teahouses and gardens, divided up by narrow lanes and streets reminiscent of China’s conventional hutongs.
Show: Brazilian Pavilion at Expo Milan 2015, Milan, Italy by Studio Arthur Casas and Atelier Marko Brajovićs
Brazilian Pavilion at Expo Milan 2015, Milan, Italy by Studio Arthur Casas and Atelier Marko Brajovićs
Climbing frame met bouncy castle within Brazil’s Expo pavilion, exactly where Studio Arthur Casas and Atelier Marko Brajović suspended a large rope canopy above a garden. Guests have been invited to clamber in excess of the expansive short-term landscape, and it gently flexed beneath the weight of footsteps.
Long term Tasks:
» Infrastructure: Cukurova Regional Airport Complex, Adana, Turkey, by Emre Arolat Architects
» Masterplanning: Improvement Notion for the Historic Centre of Kalingrad, Russia, by Studio 44 Architects
» Home: Issa Grotto/Hill House, Vis, Croatia, by Proarh
» Office: Reservoir, Rajasthan, India, by Sanjay Puri Architects
» Overall health: Al Maha Centre for Kids and Younger Adults, Doha, Qatar, by HDR Rice Daubney
» Leisure-led development: London Olympic Stadium Transformation, London, United Kingdom, by Populous
» Culture: Museum of Painting and Sculpture, Istanbul, Turkey, by Emre Arolat Architects