The 2021 shortlist for the World Architecture Festival (WAF) and INSIDE awards is a celebration of the corners of Woods Bagot’s Global Studio.

Eight of our projects from five studios have been recognised in the announcement and will compete across seven categories of the awards program.

The shortlisted project teams will present to juries during the World Architecture Festival, which will be held in Lisbon for the first time from 1 – 3 December.

WAF attracts more than 1000 entries each year to compete in Completed Building, Future Project and Interior categories.

We’re incredibly proud of these project teams and of this acknowledgement of Woods Bagot’s design rigour cutting across all 17 of our studios.

Wuhan Greenland 606 Centre for Retail.
Bloomberg Shanghai HQ for Workplace (Small)
Dahua 1935 for New and Old – Completed Buildings.

The Amberly for Housing.

Sydney Central Station for Infrastructure – Future Project
Collins Arch for Mixed Use
CBA Axle South Eveleigh for Workplace (Large)

St. Mary’s Calne School Library for School

Woods Bagot’s vision for Greenland Centre was to develop a creative social retail hub. The distinctive interior design and strategy seeks to deliver new retail concepts alongside entertainment and experiences that go beyond shopping, appeal to the young generation of shoppers and address the future of retail.

Transformation of the historic Xi’an textile mill into a world-class entertainment and retail destination.

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