Posted on 2016-03-08
March 8th，2016 - WAN AWARDS announced META-Project’s Water Tower Pavilion project as the winner of ”Small Spaces Award” (Permanent). Previously, the project had been exhibited in 2014 Venice Biennale, and Shanghai West Bund Biennale 2013.
Attracting wide spread attention from the public, META-Project adaptively renovated the water tower in an attempt to engage community life. The water tower is re-interpreted and transformed into a new type of‘ public folly’ - on the outside it forms an attractive intervention in the urban landscape, and on the inside it offers a space for public activities for the nearby communities. It invites people to engage and rethink the co-existence of history and contemporary reality.
About WAN AWARDS:
The world’s largest Architecture Awards Programme, covering 1,379 Entries, 317 International Judges and 72 Countries. The ”Small Spaces Award” is a specialist category to showcase the creative thinking, imaginative designs and inspirational ideas behind small-scale builds.
Posted on 2014-12-30
Vanke New Youth Sales Gallery Prototype won the Best Residential Community of the Elite Award，which to award the quality improve and technological innovation on urban construction and inhabited environment.
Posted on 2014-12-17
Water Tower Renovation won the WA Design Experiment Award Finalists of WAACA Chinese Architecture Award, which features the core value of independent exploration design.
Posted on 2013-12-01
META-Project's Vanke New Youth Sales Gallery Prototype won the Annual Best Exhibition Design Award Nomination by Vanke Beijing.
Posted on 2013-12-01
META-Project's Water Tower Renovation won the Annual Best Landscape Design award by Vanke Beijing.
Posted on 2013-10-20
META-Project‘s Water Tower Renovation Won the Excellence Award by WACAIn recognition of creative ideas, public responsibility and humanistic care, the winning entries involve the library, museum, theater, temples, clubs, hotels and other cultural and recreational areas.
Posted on 2013-10-01
META-Project‘s research project [meta:hutongs] won the Most Well-Received (by Media) Project by BEIJING DESIGN WEEK.
Posted on 2013-04-17
META-Project's Huludao Beach Exhibition Center won the Finalists Award of UED Museum Architecture Design Award.