29 November - 1 December
Marina Bay Sands, Singapore
Alongside the main WAF award categories are a host of special prizes awarded to projects that demonstrate excellence in a particular area. These prizes are awarded to projects submitted into the main WAF awards.
How do I enter?
WAF's special prizes are awarded to projects who enter into the main WAF awards. Entrants do not have to pay any additional fees to be considered for the prizes. Simply tick the relevant box on the entry form when submitting and increase your chances of winning at WAF!
The finalists for the 2023 Future Glass Prize have now been revealed! See them below.
All finalists will go on to compete at the live-judging at WAF in Singapore. The overall winner will be revealed at the Gala Dinner on the final day.
The 2023 Special Prizes
Best use of Natural Light
Supported by VELUX
This prize is to award completed building projects that showcase a unique use of a daylighting. Special emphasis will be put on projects that consider the impact on human well-being. View the 2023 shortlist.
Sponsored by Iris Ceramica
Curated by WAF, Make Architects and Sir John Soane’s Museum, TADP celebrates the importance of drawing as a tool in capturing architectural ideas.
Launched in WAF’s 10th year, WAFX celebrates international proposals which embrace cutting-edge design addressing major world issues. Ranging from tackling the climate emergency to building community resilience.
The winning projects for each of the 2023 categories have been revealed. An overall WAFX 2023 winner will be chosen from the all of the winners and announced during the festival in Singapore.
All WAFX winners are chosen from the WAF Future Projects shortlist with no additional cost or material needed from the entrant. Winners will go on to present their project live at WAF in Singapore with an overall WAFX winner announced at the Gala Dinner.