In pictures: World Architecture Festival 2018 shortlist

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image source, João Morgado
image captionProjects from 81 countries have been shortlisted in the World Architecture Festival Awards 2018. Chapel Our Lady of Fátima in Portugal was submitted in the religious buildings category by Plano Humano Arquitectos.
image source, Xia Zhi
image captionAll types and sizes of architectural projects are represented on the 536-strong shortlist. The Village Lounge of Shangcun in Jixi, China, is a renovated multi-use space for local residents and tourists by SUP Atelier.
image source, Sabin Prodan
image captionThe winners will be judged over the course of the three-day festival in Amsterdam in November, with presentations of shortlisted designs being made to more than 100 international judges. Bamboo stalactite in Venice, Italy, was designed by Vo Trong Nghia Architects.
image source, Dianna Snape
image captionA "super jury", chaired by Dutch architect Nathalie de Vries, will decide the World Building of the Year. Freycinet Lodge Coastal Pavilions in Coles Bay, Tasmania, was submitted in the hotel and leisure category by Liminal Architecture.
image source, David Grandorge and Peter Maybury
image captionThe Palas cinema in Galway, Ireland, was designed by dePaor.
image source, Adam Scott
image captionDesigned by Ian Ritchie Architects, London's Royal Academy of Music Theatre and Recital Hall is inspired by the curved shapes of string instruments.
image source, Ivan Brodey
image captionUlleval tarn in Oslo, Norway, was submitted in the small scale housing category by Code Arkitektur.
image source, Fernando Guerra
image captionBernardes Arquitetura's Peninsula House in Guarujá, Brazil, is a weekend home that overlooks the Atlantic Ocean.
image source, Fluid Motion Architects
image captionA mosque without a minaret, Vali-e-asr Mosque in Tehran, Iran, was designed by Fluid Motion Architects.
image source, Iwan Baan
image captionDesigned by Heatherwick Studio, Cape Town's Zeitz Museum of Contemporary Art Africa was formerly a disused silo.
image source, Marc Goodwin
image captionThis cabin in Kvitfjell, Norway, was the work of Lund Hagem Architects.
image source, Hufton + Crow
image captionThe King Abdullah Petroleum Studies and Research Centre in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, was designed by Zaha Hadid Architects.
image source, Ramón Esteve Estudio
image captionCottage in the Vineyard in Fontanars dels Alforins, Spain, was submitted by Ramón Esteve Estudio.
image source, Paolo Consaga
image captionFormed of tubes around a platform, housEmotion is an abstract installation by Tabanlioglu Architects in Milan, Italy.
image source, Alison Brooks Architects
image captionExeter College Cohen Quadrangle, by Alison Brooks Architects, provides residential and teaching space at the University of Oxford.
image source, Yorgos Kordakis
image captionThis house in Karpathos, Greece, was designed by OOAK Architects.

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