The World Architecture Festival (WAF) has announced its strong shortlist for its 2018 Awards featuring 536 projects ranging from small family homes, to schools, stations, museums, large infrastructure and landscape projects. The world’s largest architectural award program received more than 1000 entries from projects located in 81 countries across the world, the annual event will celebrate its eleventh edition in Amsterdam, from 28-30 November this year, alongside with its sister event INSIDE World Festival of Interiors.
A research centre in Riyadh by Zaha Hadid Architects, a village lounge in rural China and a mosque without a minaret in Iran by Fluid Motion Architects are among the projects shortlisted in the World Architecture Festival (WAF) Awards 2018, the world’s biggest architectural awards programme.
The Telenor Pakistan Headquarter HQ, 345 has been shortlisted as one of the finalists for the prestigious World Architecture Festival Awards 2018, competing with 17 other buildings across the globe. Built on 15.5 acres of land and with a workspace for over 1300 people, 80 multi-rooms, 20 project rooms and 32 fully equipped meeting rooms all in a serene neighborhood, Telenor Headquarter “345” is not only an architectural landmark but it also sets new standards for the construction industry in Pakistan.
Super excited to share that our HQ, 345 has been shortlisted as one of the finalists for the prestigious World Architecture Festival Awards 2018, competing with 17 other buildings across the globe! Wish us luck! 🤞#WAF18 #ArchitectureAwards pic.twitter.com/J7jvrWqIcQ
— Telenor Pakistan (@telenorpakistan) June 29, 2018
World Architecture Festival (WAF) is an annual celebration of global architecture that sees practices around the world compete for the title of World Building of the Year.