World Architecture Festival announces finalists for The Architectural Photography Awards 2019

World Architecture Festival announces finalists for The Architectural Photography Awards 2019

6 Nov 2019 News

The Architectural Photography Awards 2019 announced 24 finalists this week. The annual celebration of the best architectural photography attracted 2,000 entries from 42 countries. For each of the categories Exteriors, Interiors, Sense of Place and Buildings in Use, four finalists have been selected.

The winner will be revealed at the World Architecture Festival Gala on Friday the 6th of December in Amsterdam. The jury that includes John McElgunn, Partner at Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners; Pawel Paniczko, the overall and portfolio category winner of The Architectural Photography Awards 2018 and Ben van Berkel, Principal Architect of UNStudio, will select the winners that receive a $3000 cash prize.

The 16 shortlisted entries for the main categories are:

 

Exterior

Marco Tagliarino – Generali Tower, Milan, Italy, designed by Zaha Hadid
Su Zhewei- China Resources Headquarters, Shenzhen, China, designed by Kohn Pedersen Fox
Laurian Ghinitoiu – The Twist Museum, Kistefos Sculpture Park, Jevnaker, Norway, designed by Bjarke Ingels Group
Aurelien Chen – Guardian Art Center, Beijing, China, designed by Büro Ole Scheeren

Interior

Thomas Knowles – The reflection of the main hall in a glass case at the Victoria and Albert Museum, London, UK
Joris Hoogstede – Grundtvig’s Church, Copenhagen, Denmark, designed by Peder Jensen-Klint
He Zhenhuan – BingDing Wood Kiln Factory in Qiancheng village, China, designed by AZL Architects
Vincent Wu – Hill of the Buddha, Makomanai Takino Cemetery Sapporo, Japan, designed by Tadao Ando

Sense of Place

Laurian Ghinitoiu – The Twist Museum, Kistefos Sculpture Park, Jevnaker, Norway, designed by Bjarke Ingels Group
Inge Schuster – The Museum of Art, Architecture and Technology, Lisbon, Portugal, designed by Amanda Levete
Ma ChengRong – Housing in Irkutsk, Russia
Marco de Groot – Aerial view of the Camp Adventure Observation Tower, Gisselfeld Klosters Forest, Denmark, designed by EFFEKT

Buildings in Use

Yi-Hsien Lee – An office building in Tokyo, Japan
Mohammad Almuddhi – The Schmela Haus, Dusseldorf, Germany, designed by Aldo van Eyck
Laurian Ghinitoiu – Skandenberg Square, Tirana, Albania, designed by 51N4E
Joan Muñoz Arango – The Vessel, New Your City, USA, designed by Heatherwick Studio

 

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