Designs that inspire

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August 8, 2016

By: Ryan Mathews, Marketing Manager, JLL

The World Architecture Festival has released its shortlist of finalists for its 2016 ‘World Building of the Year’ awards.  The winners will be announced at the November festival, to be held this year in Berlin, Germany.

The U.K. fields the most finalists this year but 58 countries and 343 projects – both existing and planned — are represented on the shortlist.  All of the projects are inspiring, but here are three personal favorites.
Villa Catucaba
Villa Catuçaba, Catuçaba, São Paulo (studiomk27)

The Book StopThe Book Stop Project, Makati, Philippines (WTA Architecture and Design Studio)

InvestcorpInvestcorp Building, Oxford University’s Middle East Centre at St Antony’s College, Oxford, England  (Zaha Hadid Architects)

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