The highly anticipated World Architecture Festival begins in Berlin this Wednesday November 15, where international design firms will deliver project presentations to live juries over three days. Cox Architecture are the most shortlisted Australian practice in the 2017 competition, with four Cox projects shortlisted for five WAF awards.
2017 marks the 10th anniversary of the World Architecture Festival. Cox Architecture have been shortlisted at WAF since 2010 with 7 of our 13 shortlisted projects winning their respective competitions.
As Cox Directors Chris Millman and Nugoho Utomo prepare to present our entries to the juries, we’re looking back on the projects that have made it to world stage over the last 10 years.
2017 – Shortlisted Projects
Willinga Park – Sports – Completed Buildings
Willinga Park – Landscape of the Year
Anna Meares Velodrome – Sports – Completed Buildings
Sir Zelman Cowen Centre for Science – Education – Completed Buildings
Waltzing Matilda Museum – Culture and Community – Future Projects
BCEC on Grey Street – Mixed Use – Completed Buildings Finalist
Brisbane CityCat Ferry Terminals Renewal – Small Projects Finalist
Flood House – Houses – Future Projects – Finalist
Brisbane CityCat Ferry Terminals Renewal – Transport – Completed Buildings Finalist
Jim Stynes Bridge – Landscape Project of the Year – Completed Buildings – Finalist
Ferry Terminals Post-Flood Recovery – Future Infrastructure Project of the Year – Winner
Left-Over-Space House – House of the Year – Completed Buildings – Winner
National Maritime Museum of China, Tianjin – Future Project of the Year – Winner
National Maritime Museum of China, Tianjin – Future Cultural Project of the Year – Winner
National Maritime Museum of China, Tianjin – Competition Project of the Year – Winner
Kurilpa Bridge – World Transport Building of The Year – Completed Buildings – Winner
Cairns Yacht Club – Landscape – Completed Buildings – Finalist
Helix Bridge – Transport Architecture – Completed Buildings – Winner