Allen Jack+Cottier and NH Architecture\’ Sydney Fish Markets has actually been named Future Job of the Year 2017 at the World Architecture Celebration awards -the award celebrates the very best of the world\’s architecture that is yet to be completed.The team proposed a reflective
and multifaceted metal canopy for a harbour side of Sydney, which intends to redevelop the existing area with a local landmark that can recreate and adjust itself for the future of the new Sydney Fish Markets.< img src =http://cdnimd.worldarchitecture.org/extuploadc/15052_sydney_fish_markets_hirez_02_0.jpg > Sydney Fish Markets by Allen Jack+Cottier and NH Architecture was deemed the
strongest entry in the Masterplanning Future- Future Projects classification. The practice\’s vision for a reimagined regional landmark was applauded for \”the brave concept of moving the website-combining architectural aspiration with an honest appraisal of the delivery risks \”. WAF\’s Future Job very jury, consisting of Mark Dytham, Principal, Klein Dytham Architecture, Isay Weinfeld, Founder, IW. Arquitectura and Monica von Schmalensee, CEO, White Arkitekter, chose the project for \”the excellent improvement it uses to the location\” applauding it for its vision beyond the brief.\”
\”Its success stems from the engagement and cooperation with political leaders, developers and land owners,\” added judges. The Sydney Fish Market won as the job changes a world larger then itself. The designers performed their role in an exemplary and inspiring fashion.
World Architecture Community is media partner for this year\’s World Architecture Festival. The annual World Architecture Festival (WAF) happened this year in between 15-17 November, which concluded yesterday at the Arena Berlin, in Germany.
See World Architecture Community\’s two unique interviews – Sir Peter Cook and Will Alsop- here, other interviews will be online soon, and see some keynote presentations here. Last year, South Melbourne Main School by Hayball was named Future Job Of The Year 2016. All images courtesy of WAF > via WAF