Collection by Patrick Sisson

Inspiring Small Space Projects Around the World

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When it comes to the World Architecture Festival—the largest, live global architecture festival and awards—the slight gestures and creative solutions found in these small-space projects can provide the most lasting impressions. See other impressive buildings up for awards here.

Acoustic Shells (Flanagan Lawrence: Littlehampton, United Kingdom) A visual response to the sand dunes and sea near...
Malapa Hominid Fossil Site Cover and Visitors' Platform (Krynauw Nel Associates: Guateng, South Africa) This...
Salvaged Ring (a21studio: Nha Trang, Vietnam) This thatch-roofed café is a site-specific masterpiece created from...
Strömkajen Ferry Terminals (Marge Arkitekter: Stockholm, Sweden) The shape of these brass shelters near Stockholm’s...
Alex Monroe Studio (DSDHA: London, United Kingdom) This three-story timber-framed addition to a triangular building in...
Sydney Harbour Ferry Wharves Upgrade (GroupGSA: Sydney, Australia) Designing ferry infrastructure that aesthetically...
Scaletta (nA Nakayama Architect co.: Hokkaido, Japan) With a box-in-box structure that recalls a Breuer home stood on...
Loreto Archives Centre (Gray Puksand: Ballarat, Australia) A turn-of-the-century schoolhouse isn’t a surprising choice...
The Pinch (Department of Architecture at The University of Hong Kong: Yunnan, China) Few children experience the joy...
Cook Park Amenities (Fox Johnston: Sydney, Australia) When was the last time you saw a public restroom worthy of an...
Kiosks in Shells for Sparrow Hills (Wowhaus: Moscow, Russia) These temporary structures provide a respite to those...
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