Stunning buildings from around the world
• The stunning buildings from around the world
The World Architecture Festival is one of the biggest architectural events in the world, it is attended by architects from 40 countries, representing their buildings to the title of best of the best. This year's festival will be held from 1 to 3 October in Singapore skyscraper Marina Bay Sands. Nearly 300 projects were submitted in the 2014 contest, and every architect will have a chance to establish itself as the most talented.
We've selected some of our favorite buildings built in this year and submitted to the contest.
Akiha Ward, a cultural center in Niigata, Japan.
Stamp House, architect Charles Wright, Queensland, Australia.
Complex Yalikavak Marina, the architect Emre Arolat, Bodrum, Turkey
Aula Medica in Vingardome architect Ab Solna, Sweden
Thai Buddhist temple Wat Ananda Metiarama, Singapore.
Dongdaemun Design Plaza in Seoul, South Korea.
The administrative building Jiaotong University Xi'an, Suzhou, China.
The Youth Complex Astudio, London, England.
Apartment building in Narigua, Mexico. This futuristic building in Mexico received a large prize for architecture.
Gallery Garangula in New South Wales, Australia
The National Bank of Australia, Melbourne, Australia
Botanical Gardens Christchurch, Christchurch, New Zealand.
Pazhou Group, a mixed-use project, Zhongshan, China.
Roadside cafe Ring, Nha Trang, Vietnam.
The Danish Maritime Museum, Copenhagen, Denmark.
Residential apartments in Abadan, Iran.
Acoustic bus stop Lawrence Flanagan, West Sussex, United Kingdom.
An innovative tower Jockey Club, Hong Kong.
Building Birmingham Library, UK.