PH stadium in the World Architecture Festival shortlist

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Athletics stadium. Photo from BCDA website

MANILA – The New Clark City Athletics Stadium is one of the structures selected for this year’s World Architecture Festival.

The installation, the centerpiece of the 30th Southeast Asian Games in 2019, was nominated in the Sport: Buildings Completed category.

The winners will be announced during the festival itself which will take place in Lisbon, Portugal from December 1-3.

In a statement on Tuesday, Bases Conversion and Development Authority (BCDA) Chairman and CEO Vince Dizon said the appointment was “further proof that Filipinos can also be champions in the production of exceptional facilities comparable to other architectural masterpieces in the world. “

He also congratulated Budji + Royal Architecture + Design, the stadium’s architectural partner, and the thousands of workers behind it.

“This would not have been possible without the hard work of all the workers who completed this installation within a short period of 18 months. To our partners at Budji + Royal Architecture + Design, thank you for designing a structure that highlights best value the beauty of the Filipino spirit to the rest of the world, ”he said.

Besides the athletics stadium, other structures from the Philippines that were on the list of finalists for the 2021 World Architecture Festival include:

  • Emergency Quarantine Facility in Mega Manila by WTA Architecture and Design Studio (Health: Buildings Completed)
  • Memory Room in Baliwag, Bulacan by Alero Design Studio (Religion: Competing Buildings)
  • Interweave Building in Quezon City by Buensalido Architects (School: completed buildings)
  • Farms for the Holidays in Bonifacio Global City, Taguig by Habulan and Ngo Design Studio (Civic: Future Projects)
  • Museum for Architecture + Residences in Laguna by Sou Fujimoto Architects (Commercial Mixed-Use: Future Projects)
  • Freedom Memorial Museum in Quezon City by Buensalido Architects (contest entries: future projects)
  • Cagbalete Sand Pile on Cagbaleta Island by Carlo Calma Consultancy Inc. (experimental: future projects)
  • Horizon Manila in Manila by WTA Architecture and Design Studio (Masterplanning: Future Projects)

The full list of nominees from around the world is available here.

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