The future looks enticing, especially with the offerings at the recent World Architecture Festival in Singapore. The World Building of the Year was awarded to The Interlace by OMA, an ambitious residential development that is stacked like building blocks (pictured above.)
And a scroll through the winners and finalists of the festival was not disappointing either – as each new development and concept seems to pave the way for a more eco-friendly, functional and aesthetically-pleasing future. Here, we take a look at ten interesting finalists that caught our eye for the “Future Projects” categories.
Cloud City, Singapore
By Union of Architects of Kazakhstan, for the Commercial Mixed-Use category.
Marina One, Singapore
By ingenhoven architects gmbh, for the Commercial Mixed-Use category.
Architect’s Village – Bamboo Skyscraper, Singapore
By CRG Architects, for the Competition Entries category.
The Ark, Borne, Netherlands
By AMi, for the Competition Entries category.
Gravity-Less: structural construction against gravity, Dubai
By American University of Sharjah, for the Experimental category.
Solar Orchid, Singapore
By SPARK, for the Experimental category
IRIDE 01_ The Floating Suite, Paris
By Torrisi & Procopio Architetti | Rome, for the Leisure Led Development category.
Isla Pasión, Cozumel, Quintana Roo, Mexico
By Sordo Madaleno Arquitectos, for the Leisure Led Development category.
Kundu, Antalya, Turkey
By GAD Architecture, for the Residential category.
Vancouver House, Vancouver, Canada
By BIG – Bjarke Ingels Group, for the Residential category.
See the full list of finalists and winners for World Architecture Festival 2015 here.
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