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Click here to follow the latest from the World Architecture Festival, where Woods Bagot has picked up 4 awards including world’s best small workplace, world’s best mixed-use project, world’s best school and best use of colour.
World Architecture Festival Winner 2022 – Best Mixed-use: 80 Collins, Melbourne
World Architecture Festival Winner 2022 – Best Small Workplace: Sculptform Studio, Melbourne
The Amberly, New York
Winner of 2022 CBTUH’s Best Tall Building and Best Tall Mixed-Use Building Awards: Collins Arch, Melbourne
Hazens Longteng Sales Centre, Shenzhen
25 Martin Place, Sydney
The Londoner, London
Multi-National Tech-Co, Tokyo
Sunshine Financial Centre, Beijing
Intercontinental Hotel, Sydney
Dahua 1935, Xi’an
Pump to Plug, Los Angeles
Minthis Hills, Cyprus
WOODS BAGOT is a global architecture studio.
We span 17 studios across 6 regions.
We do not adhere to a signature style.
We are a multi-authorship practice.
We create alongside clients, communities & other creatives.
We specialize in Architecture, Interiors & Masterplanning.
We explore data to predict changing human behaviour.
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Sculptform Design Studio named Best Small Workplace at World Architecture Festival
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24 Nov 22
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23 Nov 22
Collins Arch by Woods Bagot in association with SHoP Architects & Cbus recognised with two Awards of Distinction by the CTBUH
Woods Bagot wins Gold and Silver at the 2022 World Architecture News Awards
21 Nov 22
The Festival of Hospitality comes to a close with a final tour at the Hotel AMANO Covent Garden
17 Nov 22
Woods Bagot team talks hospitality design at Building Leisure Buildings event
16 Nov 22
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Woods Bagot’s “Re-Charge LA” proposal uses an electric mobility hypothesis as an opportunity to reinvigorate and re-energize the future of our infrastructure and create high-quality and evolving community-oriented places.
Rising 205 metres in the Beijing skyline, Sunshine Insurance’s headquarters takes inspiration from the lotus flower at its base, contrasting with the square footprint of more traditional tall towers.
Sculptform produces feature wall, ceiling, and façade systems, naturally they manufactured the undulating timber ceiling. What visitors will experience in the city showroom is a physical connection to their work – something that can’t be found online. The feature lighting is by Rakumba Lighting , who will share the space in a creative partnership between the two businesses.
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The new law building creates a major arrival point within the Elgar Road Precinct, providing a point of orientation, wayfinding and enhanced campus experience.