11 Award-Winning Architectural Projects of the Future

WORDS Lindi Brownell Meiring

These buildings and developments haven’t even broken ground yet and they’ve won big.

Announced at this year’s World Architecture Festival in Singapore, the overall Future Project of the Year award went to Vancouver House in Canada by BIG (Bjarke Ingels Group).

Browse our gallery above to view all of the inspiring winners.

  • Residential (sponsored by Grohe): Vancouver House, Canada (BIG – Bjarke Ingels Group)
  • House: ISSA Grotto / Hill House, Croatia (Davor Matekovic / PROARH)
  • Health: Al Maha Centre, Qatar (HDR Rice Daubney)
  • Culture: Museum of Painting and Sculpture, Turkey (Emre Arolat Architects)
  • Infrastructure: Cukurova Regional Airport Complex, Turkey (Emre Arolat Architects)
  • Leisure-Led Development: Olympic Stadium Transformation, UK (Populous)
  • Masterplanning: Kaliningrad Development Concept, Russia (Studio 44 Architects)
  • Office: Reservoir, India (Sanjay Puri Architects)
  • Commercial Mixed-use: Gardens at Punggol, Singapore (Serie + Multiply Consultants)
  • Education: Performing Arts Centre, UK (Studio Seilern Architects)
  • Experimental: Home Farm, Singapore (SPARK)

Find out which building won World Building of the Year, which completed buildings won at the World Architecture Festival, as well as which spaces took home top honours at the INSIDE World Festival of Interiors.