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WOHA’s Kampung Admiralty Announced as WAF 2018 Building of The Year

WOHA’s Kampung Admiralty Announced as WAF 2018 Building of The Year

World Architecture Festival (WAF) 2018 has come to an end by the announcement of overall winners on Day 3. This year, WOHA with its Kampung Admiralty is recognized as the most excellent building among all the categories. After receiving a winner title for Commercial Mixed-Use Projects, here is what makes WOHA’s Kampung Admiralty is honored with the notable award.

By bringing the young and old Singaporeans to live together in one place, Kampung Admiralty is a mixed-use building, known as the very first integrated public facility to create an inter-generational bonding within its users. It is built in 0.9 Ha land with the height limit of 45 meters. Optimizing the land use, WOHA stacks the idea of Kampung (village) vertically by layering the Community Plaza, Medical Center, and Community Park with senior apartments from the ground plane to the building top. Showered with greeneries, the elevated village garden on its top enriches the neighborhood living quality by inviting them to come out interact with others. Its diversity of cross-programming is believed to improve residents’ living quality and promote healing as well.

Along with WOHA’s Kampung Admiralty, these are the overall winners:

Future Project of the Year 2018, supported by ABB and Busch-Jaeger

WINNER: Sebastian Monsalve + Juan David Hoyos – Medellin River Parks / Botanical Park Master Plan, Medellin, Colombia

 

Small Project of the Year 2018

Winner: Camilo Moraes, Piedras Bayas Beachcamp / Atacama Desert, Chile

 

Use of Colour Prize, supported by Eastman, WINNER: dePaor, Pálás cinema / Galway, Ireland

 

The Amsterdam Prize 2018 WINNER: Benthem Crouwel Architects, North South Line / Amsterdam, Netherlands

 

Glass Future Prize, supported by Guardian Glass

WINNER: Studio Gang, Tour Montparnasse / Paris, France

 

INSIDE World Interior of the Year WINNER 2018 supported by Miele

JAC studios – Yumin Art Nouveau Collection, Phoenix Jeju, South Korea

 

Landscape of the Year WINNER 2018: Batlle i Roig Arquitectura – Pedestrian Path along the Gypsum Mines, Barcelona, Spain

 

Architectural Photography Award 2018 supported by Sto Winner: Pawel Paniczko – Long Museum West Bund Shanghai, China designed by Atelier Deshaus

 

Use of Certified Timber Prize supported by the Programme for Endorsement for Forest Certification (PEFC) – WINNER: Tzannes, International House Sydney / Sydney, Australia

 

WAFX Award 2018 supported by GreenCoat©

WINNER: Studio Gang – Beloit College Powerhouse

 

WAF Research Programme Water Prize supported by GROHE WINNER: PUCP and UCL’s Development Planning Unit Ciudades Auto-Sostenibles Amazónicas (CASA)

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