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2013 World Architecture Festival winners

The World Architecture Festival took place in Singapore this year and saw around 200 shortlisted projects compete for awards in 30 different categories, from offices and places of religion, to family homes, schools, shopping centers, and future architecture projects around the world.

Here’s a quick recap:
— Building of the Year: Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tamaki, New Zealand
— Completed Building House Category: The Left-Over Space House, Australia
— Completed Building Religion Category: Sancaklar Mosque, Turkey
— Completed Building Schools Category: Fontys Sports College, Netherlands
— Future Project of the Year: National Maritime Museum of China, China

Via Huffington Post

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