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by on Sep 22, 2015 in Architecture
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The Medibank Workplace by Hassell, Australia has received a nod in the Offices category

The Medibank Workplace by Hassell, Australia has received a nod in the Offices category

The World Architecture Festival (WAF) will be happening in Singapore from 4-6 November

Architects from firms around the globe will descend on Singapore for the event, which is seen as the gateway to global recognition in the industry. WAF is where the world architecture community meets to celebrate, learn, exchange and be inspired, and is the world's largest international architectural event. It includes the biggest architectural awards programme in the world, dedicated to celebrating excellence via live presentations to delegates and international juries.

The Interlace, Singapore, Republic of Singapore by Office of Metropolitan Architecture OMA/Ole Scheeran

The Interlace, Singapore, Republic of Singapore by Office of Metropolitan Architecture OMA/Ole
Scheeran

Keynote speakers at this year’s event will include Sir Peter Cook, Kai-Uwe Bergman and David Green, with a range of topics being covered throughout the programme. Architect-led city tours will be another highlight of the event, with local experts taking visitors beyond the guidebooks and directly to the lesser-known points of interest in Singapore. The event will culminate in the gala dinner where the Best of Show winners will be revealed.

More than 2000 architects from 60 countries attend the festival, and the organisers are currently offering exclusive ticket prices to architects in the Asia region: buy two and get a 75% discount off the third. For more information, contact info@worldarchitecturefestival.com before October 9.

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