ARCHITECTURAL PHOTOGRAPHER OF THE YEAR 2015
The winner of the 2015 ARCAID IMAGES ARCHITECTURAL PHOTOGRAPHY AWARD was announced at The World Architecture Festival. The overall winner of the Arcaid Images Architectural Photography Award in association with Sto and supported by World Architecture Festival is – FERNANDO GUERRA
Fernando Guerra’s stunning image of Richter Dahl Rocha & Associés’ EPFL Quartier Nord in Ecublens, Switzerland, has won the Arcaid Images Architectural Photography Award. Announced at the ongoing World Architecture Festival (WAF) in Singapore, the image was selected by a panel of judges for its ability to “translate the sophistication of architecture into a readable and understandable two dimensions”.
Arcaid has shortlisted 20 of the year’s best architectural images for their 2015 awards – the annual Arcaid Images Architectural Photography Awards. The images will be presented in four categories – Exteriors, Interiors, Sense of Place, and Building in Use – and judged by an esteemed panel on their atmospheric quality, composition, use of scale and more.
4 of the 20 best photograhies were from Fernando Guerra, who is the overall winner of 2015
Arcaid has shortlisted 20 of the year’s best architectural images for their 2015 awards – The annual Arcaid Images Architectural Photography Awards. The images were presented in four categories – Exteriors, Interiors, Sense of Place, and Building in Use – and judged by an esteemed panel on their atmospheric quality, composition, use of scale and more.
“The architecture itself is the focus and the image regarded only as the medium. The Arcaid Images Architectural Photography Award aims to put the focus onto the skill and creativity of the photographer,” said the Award’s organizers. Each shortlisted image was judged on the merits of the photography for composition, sense of place, atmosphere and use of scale; Guerra had the highest scoring image overall.
“The high level of photography has made it a very difficult the task to choose the winners. The most important thing for us has been the concept and atmosphere of the images. How they have been perceived and expressed through the creativity and inspiration of the photographer,” said architects and jury members Fabrizio Barozzi and Alberto Veiga.
The winner was announced at the gala dinner of the World Architecture Festival in Singapore
And presented by Paul Finch of WAF to Lynne Bryant of Arcaid and David Tyndall, Managing Director of StoSEA. Our international panel of judges for this years prize was: 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).