WAF 2016 shortlist announced

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Finalist, Completed Buildings (Civic and Community): Te Oro by Archimedia.

Finalist, Completed Buildings (Civic and Community): Te Oro by Archimedia. Image: Patrick Reynolds

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Finalist, Completed Buildings (Culture): Len Lye Centre by Patterson Associates.

Finalist, Completed Buildings (Culture): Len Lye Centre by Patterson Associates. Image: Patrick Reynolds

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Finalist, Completed Buildings (House): The Red House by Crosson Architects.

Finalist, Completed Buildings (House): The Red House by Crosson Architects. Image: Simon Devitt

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Finalist, Completed Buildings (House): K Valley House by Herbst Architects.

Finalist, Completed Buildings (House): K Valley House by Herbst Architects. Image: Lance Herbst

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Finalist, Completed Buildings (House): E-Type House by RTA Studio.

Finalist, Completed Buildings (House): E-Type House by RTA Studio. Image: Patrick Reynolds

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Finalist: Completed Buildings (Housing): XV Pacific Games Village (Papua New Guinea) by Warren and Mahoney Architects.

Finalist: Completed Buildings (Housing): XV Pacific Games Village (Papua New Guinea) by Warren and Mahoney Architects. Image: Simon Devitt

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Finalist, Completed Buildings (Production, Energy and Recycling): Hellmann Logistics by RTA Studio.

Finalist, Completed Buildings (Production, Energy and Recycling): Hellmann Logistics by RTA Studio. Image: Patrick Reynolds

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Finalist: Completed Buildings (Education): Tarawera High School by RTA Studio.

Finalist: Completed Buildings (Education): Tarawera High School by RTA Studio. Image: Patrick Reynolds

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Finalist: Completed Buildings (Transport): #LightPathAKL by Monk MacKenzie Architects + Landlab.

Finalist: Completed Buildings (Transport): #LightPathAKL by Monk MacKenzie Architects + Landlab. Image: Russ Flatt

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Finalist, Landscape: Kopupaka Reserve by Isthmus.

Finalist, Landscape: Kopupaka Reserve by Isthmus. Image: David St George

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Ten New Zealand projects from 8 practices are included in the shortlist for the 2016 World Architecture Festival Awards that consists of over 300 projects from 58 countries. 

Architects of the shortlisted projects will be invited to present to the panel of jurors in Berlin during the World Architecture Festival, which runs 16-18 November 2016.

A winner will be selected from each category and the 2016 World Building of the Year will be crowned from among the category winners.

The shortlisted New Zealand projects are:

COMPLETED BUILDINGS

Civic and Community

Te Oro – Archimedia

Finalist, Completed Buildings (Civic and Community): Te Oro by Archimedia.  Image:  Patrick Reynolds

Culture

Len Lye Centre – Patterson Associates

Finalist, Completed Buildings (Culture): Len Lye Centre by Patterson Associates. Image:  Patrick Reynolds

House

The Red HouseCrosson Architects

Finalist, Completed Buildings (House): The Red House by Crosson Architects. Image:  Simon Devitt

House

K Valley HouseHerbst Architects

Finalist, Completed Buildings (House): K Valley House by Herbst Architects. Image:  Lance Herbst

House

E-Type HouseRTA Studio

Finalist, Completed Buildings (House): E-Type House by RTA Studio. Image:  Patrick Reynolds

Housing

XV Pacific Games Village (Papua New Guinea) – Warren and Mahoney Architects

Finalist: Completed Buildings (Housing): XV Pacific Games Village (Papua New Guinea) by Warren and Mahoney Architects. Image:  Simon Devitt

Production, Energy and Recycling

Hellmann Logistics – RTA Studio

Finalist, Completed Buildings (Production, Energy and Recycling): Hellmann Logistics by RTA Studio.  Image:  Patrick Reynolds

Schools

Tarawera High SchoolRTA Studio

Finalist: Completed Buildings (Education): Tarawera High School by RTA Studio. Image:  Patrick Reynolds

Transport

#LightPathAKLMonk MacKenzie Architects + Landlab

Finalist: Completed Buildings (Transport): #LightPathAKL by Monk MacKenzie Architects + Landlab. Image:  Russ Flatt

LANDSCAPE

Kopupaka ReserveIsthmus

Finalist, Landscape: Kopupaka Reserve by Isthmus. Image:  David St George

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