The World Architecture Festival (WAF) has revealed its day-one category winners, some of which which will go on to compete for World Building of the Year.
Among winners are Malmö Live by Schmidt Hammer Lassen Architects (Mixed-Use Completed Building), the National Museum in Szczecin by Robert Konieczny (Culture - Completed Buildings) and the future Hudson Yards in New York by Kohn Pedersen Fox (Civic - Future Projects).
A total of 343 projects from 58 countries were shortlisted for the awards, and a second round of category winners will be announced on Thursday.
Completed projects will compete for World Building of the Year, to be revealed on Friday.
The World Architecture Festival runs November 16-18 in Berlin.
See all of the day one category winners: www.worldarchitecturefestival.com/day-one-winners