Win $3,000, world acclaim and international recognition
The 2016 Awards are open for entry until midnight July 3rd
Images shot from July 3rd 2011 to July 3rd 2016 are eligible for entry
Long Museum West Bund, Shanghai, China, Su Shengliang
The prestigious International Arcaid Images Architectural Photography Awards are now open for entries. Enter Here
Your chance to have your images on show in Berlin at the World Architecture Festival, attended by the world’s leading architects, a unique annual event.
The shortlisted images will also be exhibited at Werkstatt, the cultural HQ of the Sto Group in London’s fashionable Clerkenwell district. Werkstatt London
The awards highlight the expertise of the specialist architectural photographer. Nowhere in the architectural world is the relationship between the architect and the
photographer more evident and more crucial than at the World Architecture Festival.
Calling all architects, please encourage your photographers to enter.
In addition to the prestige and exposure there is a cash prize of $3,000 for the overall winner.
The judging panel includes; Amy Croft, Curator Sto Werkstatt; Katy Harris, Head of Communications, Fosters and Partners;Mark Dytham MBE, Klein Dytham Architecture; Kai-uwe Bergmann, BIG Bjarke Ingels Group; Annaliese & Rodney, March Studio.
There are four categories: Exteriors, Sense of Place and Buildings in Use and Interiors.
THE SHORTLISTED IMAGES
ARCAID IMAGES ARCHITECTURAL PHOTOGRAPHY AWARDS 2015
The Arcaid Images Architectural Photographer of the year Award highlights the expertise of the specialist architectural photographer, translating the sophistication of architecture into a readable and understandable two dimensions, to explain and extol the character, detail and environment of the project.
Our international panel of judges for 2015 were: Fabrizio Barozzi and Alberto Veiga, Architects (Barcelona); Amy Croft, Curator, Sto Werkstatt (London); Katy Harris, Head of Communications, Foster + Partners (London); Nick Hufton and Allan Crow, Photography (London); Ian Moore, Architect (Sydney); Clifford Pearson, Deputy Editor, Architectural Record (New York); and Christine Murray, Editor, Architectural Review (London)
During the process each judge was asked to look beyond the architecture itself, considering the photographers merits composition, sense of place, atmosphere and use of scale.
The 2015 Award was sponsored by Sto and the World Architectural Festival.
The shortlisted entries alongside the winning image will feature in an exhibition "Building Images" at Sto Werkstatt, Clerkenwell, London. Open from February 5th to March 25th.
The Werkstatt is known as an important East London cultural hub for architectural and design discourse, presenting a programme of exhibitions ,CPD’s workshops and consultations for the architectural façade and acoustics experts.www.werkstatt.sto.com