World Architecture Festival 2015, the world’s largest international architectural event, announced the first of two sets of category winners for 2015. Among Wednesday’s victorious practices are EAA Emre Arolat, Ole Scheeren/OMA and Populous.
Ranging from a house in Vietnam created from discarded materials to a reimagining of London’s Olympic stadium, each of these winning projects will now compete on Friday, the final day of the festival, to be crowned World Building of the Year.
The completed buildings that were named as the best in show from Wednesday’s contenders were The Interlace, a ‘vertical village’ in Singapore by OMA and Buro Ole Scheeren which won the Housing category. Judges selected the project for its ‘radical and alternative approach’ to contemporary living in a tropical environment. click here to read full article….