World Architecture Community has opened projects of the WA Awards 10+5+X 43rd Cycle to the Voting stage to name the best projects in Architecture, Interior Design and Student categories.
Voting process for the WA Awards 43rd Cycle has started today (1 March) at 08:30 am GMT +0 and will close on Monday, 20 March (23:59 GMT +0).
We have a wide range of innovative projects are now competing in the 43rd Cycle of WA Awards, which were submitted from 35 different countries across the world in Architecture, Interior Design and Student categories.
These countries are Turkey, Mexico, Canada, Iran, French Polynesia, Taiwan, Guatemala, Albania, India, China, Vietnam, United States, Egypt, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Austria, Poland, Iraq, Ukraine, Latvia, Uganda, Brazil, United Arab Emirates, Japan, South Korea, Greece, Colombia, Togo, Bangladesh, Jordan, Indonesia, Hong Kong, Russia, Benin, Lebanon, Spain. A great mix and global coverage, to say the least!
WA Honorary Members and previous cycles’ WA Awards Winners will cast their Votes to name the first 10 winning projects in each category, while World Architecture Community Members will cast their Votes to name the next 5 winning projects.
Start your Voting for the 43rd Cycle of WA Awards.
Tan Yamanouchi & AWGL’s A Japanese Manga Artist’s House in Japan is competing to be the winner of WA Awards 43rd Cycle in the Architecture/Realised category. Image © Katsumasa Tanaka
Zaha Hadid Architects’ two projects; International Convention Centre And Theatres and Bee’ah Headquarters, Sanjay Puri Architects’ three projects; The Courtyards School, Bay Hills, The Forest, Studio Symbiosis’ VERTO – 360° Air Purification Tower, DNA Barcelona Architects’ Greenland, Aplus Architects’ The Triangle 434 Resort, Tan Yamanouchi & AWGL’s A Japanese Manga Artist’s House, IDMM Architects’ ALEFFEE are among the projects competing to be the winner of the 43rd Cycle.
You are the jury now! Choose the best projects for the WA Awards 10+5+X 43rd Cycle
The first jury member group is comprised of WA Honorary Members and previous cycles’ WA Awards Winners who will decide for the first 10 winning projects.
The second jury member group is the World Architecture Community Members. These members will name the other 5 winning projects through their Votes.
The abovementioned jury members may go ahead and click here to Vote for their preferred projects by Monday, 20 March (23:59 GMT +0) and help choose the best projects of the 43rd WA Awards 10+5+X on World Architecture Community.
Zaha Hadid Architects’s International Convention Centre And Theatres in French Polynesia is competing to be the winner of WA Awards 43rd Cycle in the Architecture/Designed category. Render by Slashcube
In the WA Awards Submissions page, submitted projects are listed under 2 major sections; Architecture and Interior Design. Then submitted projects are divided into 3 sub-categories; Realised, Designed and Student under these two sections.
WAC’s Honorary Members are composed of an exclusive group of invited architects, acclaimed critics, academics and theoreticians, editors of architectural magazines, curators and other experts from architectural centers and other organizations.
Nikos Fintikakis, co-founder of SYNTHESIS AND RESEARCH, acclaimed Indonesian architect Budi Sukada, who is senior lecturer at the University of Tarumanagara, artist and teacher Ruth Jacobson, Alhadeff Architects founder Giancarlo Alhadeff, WAC Professional Member Sanjay Puri, the founder of Sanjay Puri Architects, Consultant & Culture advisor, author of DFID project research 2003 Jane Samuels, are among the WAC’s Honorary Members.
Y.Ad Studio’s Future Rural Life Center In Tuanshi Village in China is competing to be the winner of WA Awards 43rd Cycle in the Architecture/Realised category. Image © SCH RAN
2 distinctive groups of WAC Members will Vote submitted projects
WA Awards’ judging is based on 2 selection processes: WAC Members’ Voting and WAC’s Honorary Members and earlier WA Award Winners Voting.
The members mentioned above will see “the Vote” button defined for them after clicking on the World Architecture Awards 10+5+X Submissions page. Voting is realized by a mixture of WAC’s Honorary Members and earlier WA Award Winners. Their Votes will determine the first 10 winning projects.
The second judging is WAC Members’ Voting, which is realized by the fellow community members of World Architecture Community. Their Votes will decide the next 5 awarded projects.
In order to Vote the projects, a WAC member must have at least 1 uploaded project that was uploaded minimum 1 month ago in his/her page and the project must have been opened to the public by being approved by World Architecture Community. WAC’s Members are composed of architects, interior designers, students and academics.
Both Voting processes take place at the same time and will be completed by Monday, 20 March (23:59 GMT +0).
Marta Piqueras Zaragoza’s The Notary’s Home in Spain is competing to be the winner of WA Awards 43rd Cycle in the Interior Design/Realised category. Image © David Zarzoso
Now that you know everything, you may go ahead on the Voting Page for your preferred projects by Monday, 20 March 2023 (23:59 GMT +0), and help choose the best of the 43rd WA Awards 10+5+X on World Architecture Community.
World Architecture Community organises the WA Awards 10+5+X, running typically for 3-4 cycles per year, to recognise and highlight some of the great projects of our fellow community members.
World Architecture Community plans to announce winners in the end of March 2023.
Ali Nazari’s A Layer Beyond in Iran is competing to be the winner of WA Awards 43rd Cycle in the Architecture/Student category. Image courtesy of Ali Nazari
One Cycle ends and Another begins!
World Architecture Community has opened the WA Awards 44th Cycle accepting entries in Architecture, Interior Design and Student categories to compete in the next round.
If you missed the previous cycle, you can send your entries to the WA Awards 10+5+X 44th Cycle till 7 June 2023.
See all previous winners for WA Awards 10+5+X here.