Arcaid Images Architectural Photography Awards
The 2012 Arcaid Images Architectural Photography Awards will be held on 3-5th October in Singapore. The Awards are being held in conjunction with THE ARCHITECTURAL REVIEW and the WORLD ARCHITECTURE FESTIVAL. Entries close on 7th September 2012.
ARCAID IMAGES Press Release
PRESS RELEASE: ARCAID IMAGES ARCHITECTURAL PHOTOGRAPHY AWARDS 2012
We are proud to announce the inaugural ARCAID IMAGES ARCHITECTURAL PHOTOGRAPHY AWARDS. Incorporating the WORLD ARCHITECTURAL PHOTOGRAPHER OF THE YEAR award.
Simon Brauner-Cave, Arcaid Images MD: “We have created these awards to celebrate, promote and reward the very best of the architectural photography. We are building a platform for the art and craft of the architectural photographer.”
The Awards are being held in conjunction with THE ARCHITECTURAL REVIEW and the WORLD ARCHITECTURE FESTIVAL, 3-5th October in Singapore, where there will be an exhibition of all of the images and where the winners will be announced. The winning photographer’s and their images will also be featured in the Architectural Review.
The judging panel includes: Will Alsop (All Design), Eva Jiricna (Eva Jiricna Architects), Kim Neilsen (3XN), Catherine Slessor (The Architectural Review), Kate Goodwin (Royal Academy), Wong Chiu Man (WOW Architects) and James Russell (Bloomberg).
The award categories are:
World Architectural Photographer of the Year
Sense of Place
Buildings in Use
Entries close 7th September 2012.
For more information, how to enter, rules and regulations visit us at arcaidphotography.com/award
ARCAID IMAGES is the world’s premier source of high quality architectural imagery. Visit us as http://www.arcaidimages.com
WORLD ARCHITECTURE FESTIVAL is the world’s largest festival and live awards competition dedicated to celebrating, and sharing architectural excellence from across the globe.
THE ARCHITECTURAL REVIEW is the only complete global architecture magazine, read and enjoyed in over 130 countries. World renowned for its truly global and inspirational perspective, it is the one magazine in which architects aspire to have their work published.
Image Credit: Richard Bryant
Building: The Shard, London