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Finalist Projects in Africa – World Architecture Festival 2016

The WAF – World Architecture Festival is where the world architecture community meets to celebrate learn, exchange and be inspired. An architecture event where keynote talks from the industry’s most influential figures sit alongside live  presentations and judging award finalists, global networking, a project strong gallery and an international product exhibition.

The World Architecture Festival have announced the shortlist for their 2016 awards: 343 projects from 58 countries across 32 categories will present their project in person to international judging panels. The shortlist contains completed and future projects.

 

Finalists Projects in Africa

 

The Magoda Project / Ingvartsen Architects (Small Projects Category – Completed Buildings)

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Otunba Offices / Domaine Public Architects (Office Category – Future Projects)

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Malamulele Council Building / Boogertman + Partners Architects (Office Category – Future Projects)

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Marrakech Congress Center / Tabanlioglu Architects (Culture Category – Future Projects)

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Wangari Mutha Mathai House / Boogertman + Partners Architects (Culture Category – Future Projects)

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SN Sinndia / SAOTA (Leisure Led Development Category – Future Projects)

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KSI Rabat / Studio Seilern Architects (Education Category – Future Projects)

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Newtown Masterplan / Boogertman + Partners Architects (Masterplanning Category – Future Projects)

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For further information

For more information visit the event website.

For more information about the Finalists, visit the WAF – shortlist page.

 

 

 

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