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WAN AWARDS 2011 – Residential Sector

Monday 21 Nov 2011

Residential Sector – Discounted entry closing soon

WAN AWARDS 2011 – Residential Sector by WAN Editorial
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WAN AWARDS Residential Sector discounted entries open until 30 November 2011 

WAN celebrated the launch of the Residential Sector earlier this month, to reward outstanding projects across the world that go above and beyond to enhance the living space. Last year’s shortlisted projects included schemes as prolific as One Madison Park, to the opposite end of the scale – a much more modest 'work / life balance' unit in China.

The Residential Sector covers all multi-occupancy residential buildings, of any size or type. For the 'completed' category, if you have designed a Residential building that has been completed during the last three full calendar years, (on or after January 1st 2008), you can now enter for the WAN AWARDS Residential Sector 2011.

If you have a design for a residential project that is yet to be built - even if it may never be built - you can now enter your project into the 'unbuilt' category for the WAN AWARDS Residential Sector 2011

2010’s entries saw the stakes raised higher than ever with projects from all corners of the globe, including practices in China, Norway, the UK and United States. Top of the completed category was C. F. Møller Architects in collaboration with Christian Carlsen Arkitektfirma with their scheme SILOETTEN / THE SIL(O)HOUETTE, Aarhus, Denmark.

The WAN AWARDS is one of the most cost-effective means of getting worldwide exposure for your project and firm. More developers and clients are now using WAN to source architects and with over 860 entries from 51 countries, our awards scheme is officially the world’s largest architectural awards programme.

The deadline for DISCOUNTED ENTRIES is the 30 NOVEMBER. You can find all the information you need by clicking here, but please contact james.forryan@wantoday.com if you need any help or advice.

Good Luck!

WAN Editorial

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