2013 World Architecture Festival


The Halley VI centre designed by British architects Hugh Broughton in Antarctica which is a dismantlable research station created in the icy wastes for the British Antarctic Survey and has been shortlisted for a global architecture award. (World Architecture Festival 2013/PA Wire)


Al Bahar Towers designed by Aedas Ltd in the Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, which is among the nominees for the World Architecture Festival Awards 2013. (World Architecture Festival 2013/PA Wire)


Emporia designed by Wingardh Arkitktkontor AB in Malmo, Sweden, which is among the nominees for the World Architecture Festival Awards 2013. (World Architecture Festival 2013/PA Wire)


Kontum Indochine Cafe designed by Vo Trong Nghia Architects in Kontum City, Vietnam, which is among the nominees for the World Architecture Festival Awards 2013. (World Architecture Festival 2013/PA Wire)


Heydar Aliyev Centre designed by British-based Zaha Hadid Architects in Baku, Azerbaijan, which is among the nominees for the World Architecture Festival Awards 2013. (World Architecture Festival 2013/PA Wire)


L’Avenue Shanghai designed by Leigh & Orange in Shanghai, China, which is among the nominees for the World Architecture Festival Awards 2013. (World Architecture Festival 2013/PA Wire)


The Blue Planet designed by 3XN in Copenhagen, Denmark, which is among the nominees for the World Architecture Festival Awards 2013. (World Architecture Festival 2013/PA Wire)

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