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Kennedy Town Pool wins American Architecture Prize
The American Architecture Prize (AAP) has unveiled Farrells’ Kennedy Town Pool in Hong Kong as one of its ‘Designs of the Year’ for 2017.
According to the judges, the project, which features a distinctive triangular zinc-clad roof, exhibited the best ‘architectural design’ within the ‘recreational architecture‘ category.
Winners were selected by a panel of esteemed experts including Peggy Deamer, Professor of Architecture at Yale University; Troy C. Therrien, Curator of Architecture and Digital Initiatives at the Guggenheim Foundation and Museum; Ben Van Berkel, Principal of UNStudio and Professor at Harvard University Graduate School of Design and others. View the full jury panel here.
“It has been a privilege to receive such exceptional entries competing for the AAP this year. Every submission is outstanding in its own way. All these entries from accomplished architects and architecture firms give us the opportunity to not only promote amazing designs, but also to marvel together at the evolution of architecture, interior design and landscape architecture across the globe.” said AAP President Hossein Farmani.
10 December 2017
It has been a privilege to receive such exceptional entries competing for the AAP this year. Every submission is outstanding in its own way.