HASSELL wins three categories at the World Architecture Festival
HASSELL has won the top awards in three categories at the World Architecture Festival (WAF), currently underway in Singapore.
The projects are:
_Man-Built Islands, Dongqian Lake – Ningbo - China (Future Projects – Experimental category)
_Perry Park – Sydney, Australia (Future Projects – Competition Entries category)
_Tianjin Binhai Transport Interchange – Tianjin, China (Future Projects – Infrastructure category)
In addition, the Common Ground Housing project in Sydney, Australia, received a High Commendation in the Houses category.
"It is great to have our work recognised on the world stage amid such competition. It is testimony to both our talented designers and the trust placed in us by fantastic clients," said Rob Backhouse, Managing Director of HASSELL.
The three winning projects will now go into the super jury competition for Future Project of the Year, which will be announced tonight.
This year's festival has seen presentations for 301 shortlisted entries, with over 1,750 architects attending from more than 60 countries. It includes a wide range of talks and seminars by some of the world's leading designers and the opportunity for delegates to network with other architects from around the world.
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