World Architecture International Committee Award

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World Architecture International Committee Award

Faculty of Arts and Design is proud to announce and thrilled to congratulate the four winner Graduates: Ayda El Batran, Farah Wael, Nada Maqboul & Nada El Banna for winning the 38th cycle of the World Architecture Community Awards!

Chosen from projects spanning the entire globe (27 countries), the winning projects received the votes of the WAC’s official jury honorary members and previous' cycle winners!

 

We are thrilled to see our dearest designers’ work being shared and recognized internationally, and their hard work finally paying off, and delighted to see Egypt being among the countries that are rewarded.

 

We are wishing our Graduates a continued success, and a bright path towards achievements!

 

The Winning Projects:

  • “Back to Nature Through the Interior Design of Anthophilia Floral Art Gallery” by Ayda El-Batran
  • “Alabaster Creative & Historical Centre in Luxor” by Farah Wael
  • “Tally Handcraft Hub in Asyut” by Nada Maqboul
  •  “Armadillo Prison” by Nada El -Banna

 

You can find more about the winning projects in the WAC’s winning page linked below:

 

- https://worldarchitecture.org/architecture-projects/hvhhp/back-to-nature-through-the-interior-design-of-anthophilia-floral-art-gallery-project-pages.html

 

- https://worldarchitecture.org/architecture-projects/hvhmm/tally-handcraft-hub-project-pages.html

 

- https://worldarchitecture.org/architecture-projects/hvhvc/alabaster-creative-historical-centre-project-pages.html

 

- https://worldarchitecture.org/architecture-projects/hgfnz/armadillo-prison-project-pages.html

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