AUSZEICHNUNG ARCHITEKTURFOTOGRAFIE

ONLY FOR USE IN RELATION TO THE ARCHITECTURAL PHOTOGRAPHY AWARDS 2018: Roman Robroek from the Netherlands is one of the 20 shortlisted photographers for The Architectural Photography Awards 2018, sponsored by Sto and Dornbracht, and supported by the World Architecture Festival (WAF) and Picsel, with his image of a semi-abandoned power station in Kelenfold, Budapest, Hungary. Roman entered this image into the Interior category. The 20 shortlisted photographs are from the 4 main categories of the Awards - Exterior, Interior, Sense of Place and Buildings in Use and will be exhibited at this year’s WAF in Amsterdam from 28th-30th November where visitors to the Festival can cast their vote for the overall winner, which will be announced during the WAF Gala Dinner on Friday 30th November. The winners of the Mobile and Portfolio categories will also be revealed at the same time. The overall winner of the 4 main categories will receive a cash prize of $3000; the Portfolio category prize is $1000 and the Mobile category will have 2 winners - the crowd-voters’ choice and the judges’ choice - each receiving a prize of $250.  Photo credit should read: Roman Robroek/APA18/Sto/Dornbracht

In der heutigen Bildwelt sind die Grenzen zwischen Fotograf und Amateur fliessend geworden. Die Auszeichnung, Ehrung und Konservierung solcher Bildwelten ist ein breites Feld, an das man mit unterschiedlichen Ansätzen herangehen kann. Wie können Kategorien festgelegt werden, die die ganze Breite der Architekturfotografie beschreiben? The Architectural Photography Awards 2018 unternehmen einen solchen Versuch. Die Auswahl ist erfrischend: Statt der statischen, oft menschenlosen Fotografien zeigt der Blick auf die Shortlist zwanzig Einträge, die so verschiedene Stimmungen wie Qualitäten aufweisen. Der Nutzung von Gebäuden kommt dabei eine wichtige Rolle zu. Die Einträge stammen aus 47 unterschiedlichen Ländern, wobei Grossbritannien mit 28 Prozent der Einträge am prominentesten vertreten ist. In den vier Kategorien «Exterior», «Interior», «Sense of Place» und «Buildings in use» finden sich von abstrakt zurückhaltenden bis zu lebendigen Nahaufnahmen. Die ausgezeichneten Bilder werden vom 28. bis 30. November am World Architecture Festival (WAF) in Amsterdam ausgestellt.

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ONLY FOR USE IN RELATION TO THE ARCHITECTURAL PHOTOGRAPHY AWARDS 2018: Andrew Robertson from the UK is one of the 20 shortlisted photographers for The Architectural Photography Awards 2018, sponsored by Sto and Dornbracht, and supported by the World Architecture Festival (WAF) and Picsel, with his image of the Ouse Valley viaduct in Sussex, UK designed by David Mocatta. Andrew entered this image into the Interior category. The 20 shortlisted photographs are from the 4 main categories of the Awards - Exterior, Interior, Sense of Place and Buildings in Use and will be exhibited at this year’s WAF in Amsterdam from 28th-30th November where visitors to the Festival can cast their vote for the overall winner, which will be announced during the WAF Gala Dinner on Friday 30th November. The winners of the Mobile and Portfolio categories will also be revealed at the same time. The overall winner of the 4 main categories will receive a cash prize of $3000; the Portfolio category prize is $1000 and the Mobile category will have 2 winners - the crowd-voters’ choice and the judges’ choice - each receiving a prize of $250.  Photo credit should read: Andrew Robertson/APA18/Sto/Dornbracht

ONLY FOR USE IN RELATION TO THE ARCHITECTURAL PHOTOGRAPHY AWARDS 2018: Marco Tagliarino from Italy is one of the 20 shortlisted photographers for The Architectural Photography Awards 2018, sponsored by Sto and Dornbracht, and supported by the World Architecture Festival (WAF) and Picsel, with his image the Piazza Duomo from the Arengario Balconi of the Palazzo dell'Arengario, Museo del 900 in Milan, Italy designed by Italo Rota and Fabio Fornasari. Marco entered this image into the Sense of Place category. The 20 shortlisted photographs are from the 4 main categories of the Awards - Exterior, Interior, Sense of Place and Buildings in Use and will be exhibited at this year’s WAF in Amsterdam from 28th-30th November where visitors to the Festival can cast their vote for the overall winner, which will be announced during the WAF Gala Dinner on Friday 30th November. The winners of the Mobile and Portfolio categories will also be revealed at the same time. The overall winner of the 4 main categories will receive a cash prize of $3000; the Portfolio category prize is $1000 and the Mobile category will have 2 winners - the crowd-voters’ choice and the judges’ choice - each receiving a prize of $250.  Photo credit should read: Marco Tagliarino/APA18/Sto/Dornbracht

ONLY FOR USE IN RELATION TO THE ARCHITECTURAL PHOTOGRAPHY AWARDS 2018: Pawel Paniczko from the UK is one of the 20 shortlisted photographers for The Architectural Photography Awards 2018, sponsored by Sto and Dornbracht, and supported by the World Architecture Festival (WAF) and Picsel, with his image of Long Museum West Bund Shanghai, China designed by Atelier Deshaus. Pawel entered this image into the Exterior category. The 20 shortlisted photographs are from the 4 main categories of the Awards - Exterior, Interior, Sense of Place and Buildings in Use and will be exhibited at this year’s WAF in Amsterdam from 28th-30th November where visitors to the Festival can cast their vote for the overall winner, which will be announced during the WAF Gala Dinner on Friday 30th November. The winners of the Mobile and Portfolio categories will also be revealed at the same time. The overall winner of the 4 main categories will receive a cash prize of $3000; the Portfolio category prize is $1000 and the Mobile category will have 2 winners - the crowd-voters’ choice and the judges’ choice - each receiving a prize of $250.  Photo credit should read: Pawel Paniczko/APA18/Sto/Dornbracht

ONLY FOR USE IN RELATION TO THE ARCHITECTURAL PHOTOGRAPHY AWARDS 2018: B.R.S.Sreenag from India is one of the 20 shortlisted photographers for The Architectural Photography Awards 2018, sponsored by Sto and Dornbracht, and supported by the World Architecture Festival (WAF) and Picsel, with his image of the perforated concrete skin of Vm Estancia in Chennai,Tamil Nadu, India by KSM Architecture. B.R.S.Sreenag entered this image into the Exterior category. The 20 shortlisted photographs are from the 4 main categories of the Awards - Exterior, Interior, Sense of Place and Buildings in Use and will be exhibited at this year’s WAF in Amsterdam from 28th-30th November where visitors to the Festival can cast their vote for the overall winner, which will be announced during the WAF Gala Dinner on Friday 30th November. The winners of the Mobile and Portfolio categories will also be revealed at the same time. The overall winner of the 4 main categories will receive a cash prize of $3000; the Portfolio category prize is $1000 and the Mobile category will have 2 winners - the crowd-voters’ choice and the judges’ choice - each receiving a prize of $250.  Photo credit should read: B.R.S.Sreenag/APA18/Sto/Dornbracht

ONLY FOR USE IN RELATION TO THE ARCHITECTURAL PHOTOGRAPHY AWARDS 2018: Jeff Eden from the UK is one of the 20 shortlisted photographers for The Architectural Photography Awards 2018, sponsored by Sto and Dornbracht, and supported by the World Architecture Festival (WAF) and Picsel, with his image of the Hive at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, UK during winter, designed by Wolfgang Buttress. Jeff entered this image into the Sense of Place category. The 20 shortlisted photographs are from the 4 main categories of the Awards - Exterior, Interior, Sense of Place and Buildings in Use and will be exhibited at this year’s WAF in Amsterdam from 28th-30th November where visitors to the Festival can cast their vote for the overall winner, which will be announced during the WAF Gala Dinner on Friday 30th November. The winners of the Mobile and Portfolio categories will also be revealed at the same time. The overall winner of the 4 main categories will receive a cash prize of $3000; the Portfolio category prize is $1000 and the Mobile category will have 2 winners - the crowd-voters’ choice and the judges’ choice - each receiving a prize of $250.  Photo credit should read: Jeff Eden/APA18/Sto/Dornbracht

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