2012 World Architecture Festival Awards shortlist

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NZ WAF 2012 shortlist.

NZ WAF 2012 shortlist.

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Brancott Estate Heritage Centre by Fearon Hay Architects.

Brancott Estate Heritage Centre by Fearon Hay Architects. Image: Patrick Reynolds

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Brancott Estate Heritage Centre by Fearon Hay Architects.

Brancott Estate Heritage Centre by Fearon Hay Architects. Image: Patrick Reynolds

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Brancott Estate Heritage Centre by Fearon Hay Architects.

Brancott Estate Heritage Centre by Fearon Hay Architects. Image: Patrick Reynolds

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Brancott Estate Heritage Centre by Fearon Hay Architects.

Brancott Estate Heritage Centre by Fearon Hay Architects. Image: Patrick Reynolds

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Brancott Estate Heritage Centre by Fearon Hay Architects.

Brancott Estate Heritage Centre by Fearon Hay Architects. Image: Patrick Reynolds

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Geyser Building by Patterson Associates.

Geyser Building by Patterson Associates. Image: Simon Devitt

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Geyser building by Patterson Associates.

Geyser building by Patterson Associates. Image: Simon Devitt

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Geyser building by Patterson Associates.

Geyser building by Patterson Associates. Image: Simon Devitt

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The Imperial Buildings by Fearon Hay Architects.

The Imperial Buildings by Fearon Hay Architects. Image: Patrick Reynolds

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The Imperial Buildings by Fearon Hay Architects.

The Imperial Buildings by Fearon Hay Architects. Image: Patrick Reynolds

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The Imperial Buildings by Fearon Hay Architects.

The Imperial Buildings by Fearon Hay Architects. Image: Patrick Reynolds

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The Imperial Buildings by Fearon Hay Architects.

The Imperial Buildings by Fearon Hay Architects. Image: Patrick Reynolds

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The Imperial Buildings by Fearon Hay Architects.

The Imperial Buildings by Fearon Hay Architects. Image: Patrick Reynolds

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The Imperial Buildings by Fearon Hay Architects.

The Imperial Buildings by Fearon Hay Architects. Image: Patrick Reynolds

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Island Retreat by Fearon Hay Architects.

Island Retreat by Fearon Hay Architects. Image: Patrick Reynolds

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Island Retreat by Fearon Hay Architects.

Island Retreat by Fearon Hay Architects. Image: Patrick Reynolds

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Island Retreat by Fearon Hay Architects.

Island Retreat by Fearon Hay Architects. Image: Patrick Reynolds

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Island Retreat by Fearon Hay Architects.

Island Retreat by Fearon Hay Architects. Image: Patrick Reynolds

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Island Retreat by Fearon Hay Architects.

Island Retreat by Fearon Hay Architects. Image: Patrick Reynolds

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Island Retreat by Fearon Hay Architects.

Island Retreat by Fearon Hay Architects. Image: Patrick Reynolds

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Hut on Sleds by Crosson Clarke Carnachan Architects Auckland Ltd.

Hut on Sleds by Crosson Clarke Carnachan Architects Auckland Ltd. Image: Jackie Meiring

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Hut on Sleds by Crosson Clarke Carnachan Architects Auckland Ltd.

Hut on Sleds by Crosson Clarke Carnachan Architects Auckland Ltd. Image: Jackie Meiring

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Hut on Sleds by Crosson Clarke Carnachan Architects Auckland Ltd.

Hut on Sleds by Crosson Clarke Carnachan Architects Auckland Ltd. Image: Jackie Meiring

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Hut on Sleds by Crosson Clarke Carnachan Architects Auckland Ltd.

Hut on Sleds by Crosson Clarke Carnachan Architects Auckland Ltd. Image: Jackie Meiring

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Hut on Sleds by Crosson Clarke Carnachan Architects Auckland Ltd.

Hut on Sleds by Crosson Clarke Carnachan Architects Auckland Ltd. Image: Jackie Meiring

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North Wharf Promenade, Silo Park and Jellicoe Street by Taylor Cullity Lethlean and North Wharf Building by Fearon Hay.

North Wharf Promenade, Silo Park and Jellicoe Street by Taylor Cullity Lethlean and North Wharf Building by Fearon Hay. Image: Supplied

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North Wharf Promenade, Silo Park and Jellicoe Street by Taylor Cullity Lethlean and North Wharf Building by Fearon Hay.

North Wharf Promenade, Silo Park and Jellicoe Street by Taylor Cullity Lethlean and North Wharf Building by Fearon Hay. Image: Supplied

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North Wharf Promenade, Silo Park and Jellicoe Street by Taylor Cullity Lethlean and North Wharf Building by Fearon Hay.

North Wharf Promenade, Silo Park and Jellicoe Street by Taylor Cullity Lethlean and North Wharf Building by Fearon Hay. Image: Simon Devitt

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C3 House by RTA Studio. Future project.

C3 House by RTA Studio. Future project. Image: Supplied

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Whanau Ora Centre by The Flood.

Whanau Ora Centre by The Flood. Image: Supplied.

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Whanau Ora Centre by The Flood.

Whanau Ora Centre by The Flood. Image: Supplied.

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Whanau Ora Centre by The Flood.

Whanau Ora Centre by The Flood. Image: Supplied

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Eight projects from six New Zealand architecture practices have made the list of finalist entries in the 2012 World Architecture Festival Awards (WAF).

Among those featured are Fearon Hay architects, Patterson Associates Ltd, Crosson Clarke Carnachan Architects Auckland, Taylor Cullity Lethlean, The Flood and RTA Studio.

The WAF awards attracted more than 500 entries from close to 50 countries this year. In the next phase of the awards programme, each finalist practice will present their project or design live to an international judging panel in Singapore - the host country for this year’s WAF festival.

Below is a list of the nominated New Zealand projects by category:

Completed Buildings

  • Display - Brancott Estate Heritage Centre by Fearon Hay architects
  • Office - Geyser, Patterson Associates Ltd
  • New and old - The Imperial Buildings by Fearon Hay Architects
  • Villa - Hut on Sleds by Crosson Clarke Carnachan Architects Auckland Ltd
  • Villa - Island Retreat by Fearon Hay Architects

Landscape Projects - Completed designs

  • Urban - North Wharf Promenade, Silo Park and Jellicoe Street by Taylor Cullity Lethlean and North Wharf Building by Fearon Hay

Future Projects

  • House - C3 House by RTA Studio
  • Health - Whanau Ora Centre by The Flood

The World Architecture Festival will take place in Singapore from 3-5 October, 2012. For a full breakdown of the WAF awards shortlist, click here. More information is available at worldarchitecturefestival.com


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