Last week, Berlin was visited by some of the greatest talents the architecture world has ever seen. The world’s largest architectural awards program, The World Architecture Festival, consisted of 343 projects from 58 countries around the world. The theme this year focuses on “Housing for Everyone” – a concept that presents a challenge to those in the architecture field whose services cater to the wealthy few.
From a reflective tunnel suspended in space to a Golf Academy inspired by the natural dune-scapes of the surrounding desert, we’ve selected 6 of our favourite winning entries that reflect the progressive state of architecture around the globe today.
Main image credit: World Architecture Festival