Musée d'arts de Nantes shortlisted for WAF Awards

Stanton Williams' transformation and extension of the Musée d'arts de Nantes has been shortlisted in this years’ World Architecture Festival Awards in the Culture (completed buildings) category.

The shortlist for the culture category is:

- Aedas / Tara Theatre / London, United Kingdom
- AL_A / Museum of Art, Architecture and Technology / Lisbon, Portugal
- City-Arch / The Ethno-cultural Centre ‘’NUMTO’’ / Beloyarsky, Russia
- Dabbagh Architects / Mleiha Archaeological Centre / Sharjah, United Arab Emirates
- EAA Emre Arolat Architecture / BerKM - Bergama Cultural Center / Bergama, Turkey
- FaulknerBrowns Architects / The Word / South Shields, United Kingdom
- Heneghan Peng Architects / The Palestinian Museum / Birzeit, Palestine
- IAPA / Zhao Hua Xi Shi Living Museum / Beijing, China
- Moller Architects with BVN Architecture / ASB Waterfront Theatre / Auckland, New Zealand
- Neri&Hu Design and Research Office / New Shanghai Theatre / Shanghai, China
- Schmidt Hammer Lassen Architects / Vendsyssel Theatre / Hjørring,Denmark
- SimpsonHaugh / Queen Elisabeth Hall / Antwerp, Belgium
- Stanton Williams / Musée d’arts de Nantes / Nantes, France
- StudioMilou / Cultural Centre of Rambouillet / Rambouillet, France
- Totement / Paper / ‘‘Alliance 1892’’ Cognac Distillery Museum & Warehouse / Chernyakhovsk, Russia
- Vo Trong Nghia Architects / The Lantern - Nanoco Gallery / Hanoi, Vietnam

The projects will be presented by the architectural team to an international jury at the World Architecture Festival in Berlin this November.

The full shortlist for all categories is published on the WAF website here.

07.07.17