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The twelfth edition of the World Architecture Festival, the world’s biggest architectural awards programme, has announced a shortlist of 534 projects from across 70 countries for the 2019 awards
Shortlist for the AR House awards 2019 announcedSubscription
This year’s shortlist of 15 projects include houses from the UK, Ireland, Spain, Sweden, Mexico, China, Australia and Japan
Women in Architecture Moira Gemmill Prize shortlist 2019: a desire to connect with people and the natural world is a driving force behind the work of Lina Ghotmeh
Women in Architecture Moira Gemmill Prize shortlist 2019: through a sensitive and sustained attention to the everyday, Irene Pérez and Jaume Mayol of TEd’A perform many delicate regionalisms, from Mallorca to the Swiss countryside
Women in Architecture Architect of the Year 2019 shortlist: rising from the Doha desert while also boring beneath its unrelenting dunes, OMA’s Qatar National Library is a series of paradoxes
Slow time: Casal Balguer Cultural Centre in Palma de Mallorca by Flores & Prats and Duch-PizàSubscription
Women in Architecture Architect of the Year 2019 shortlist: Casal Balguer in Palma de Mallorca reveals the accumulation of its evolution without betraying its secrets
Steel magnet: De Krook Library, Ghent, Belgium, by RCR Arquitectes and Coussée & Goris ArchitectenSubscription
Women in Architecture Architect of the Year 2019 shortlist: De Krook in Ghent by RCR and Coussée & Goris is described as being more than a library. But is it trying to do too much?
Women in Architecture Moira Gemmill Prize shortlist 2019: Designed in a characteristically Swiss language, Jeanette Kuo, co-founder of Karamuk Kuo, creates extraoridinary volumes out of neglected spaces
Hungarian rhapsody: Central European University, Budapest, Hungary, by O'Donnell + TuomeySubscription
Women in Architecture Architect of the Year 2019 winner: O’Donnell + Tuomey’s progressive building for the Central European University in Budapest, dedicated to open minds, borders and society, converses in the city’s language of courtyards and rhythmic stone
AR Library recalled: while Neri&Hu’s proposal for the Jinyu Community Library in Changsha, China, was initially shortlisted by the judges, Austin Williams’ visit reveals a different story