2016 Arcaid Architecture Photography Awards

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Buildings in Use category: Photographer: Laurian Ghinitoiu. Buiding: ‘Forest of Light’ for COS, Salone del Mobile, Milan, Italy. Architect: Sou Fujimoto Architects.

Buildings in Use category: Photographer: Laurian Ghinitoiu. Buiding: ‘Forest of Light’ for COS, Salone del Mobile, Milan, Italy. Architect: Sou Fujimoto Architects.

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Buildings in Use category: Photographer: Fabrice Fouillet. Building: Musee de Confluences, Lyon, France. Architect: Coop Himmelb(l)au.

Buildings in Use category: Photographer: Fabrice Fouillet. Building: Musee de Confluences, Lyon, France. Architect: Coop Himmelb(l)au.

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Buildings in Use category: Photographer: Julien Lanoo. Independence Square, Accra, Ghana.

Buildings in Use category: Photographer: Julien Lanoo. Independence Square, Accra, Ghana.

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Buildings in Use category: Photographer: Torsten Andreas Hoffmann. Dharavi, Mumbai, India.

Buildings in Use category: Photographer: Torsten Andreas Hoffmann. Dharavi, Mumbai, India.

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Buildings in Use category: Photographer: Adrien Barakat. Building: Allianz Headquarters, Zurich, Switzerland. Architect: Wiel Arets Architects.

Buildings in Use category: Photographer: Adrien Barakat. Building: Allianz Headquarters, Zurich, Switzerland. Architect: Wiel Arets Architects.

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Exteriors category: Photographer: Inigo Bujedo Aguirre. SESC Pompeia, Sao Paolo, Brazil. Architect: Lina Bo Bardi.

Exteriors category: Photographer: Inigo Bujedo Aguirre. SESC Pompeia, Sao Paolo, Brazil. Architect: Lina Bo Bardi.

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Exteriors category: Photographer: Nick Almasy. Building: Shanghai Tower, Shanghai, China. Architect: Gensler/Marshall Strabala.

Exteriors category: Photographer: Nick Almasy. Building: Shanghai Tower, Shanghai, China. Architect: Gensler/Marshall Strabala.

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Exteriors category: Photographer: Edmund Sumner. Lattice House, Kashmir, India. Architect: sP+A Architects (Sameep Padora).

Exteriors category: Photographer: Edmund Sumner. Lattice House, Kashmir, India. Architect: sP+A Architects (Sameep Padora).

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Exteriors category: Photographer: Sebastian Weiss. Building: Olympic Stadium, Helsinki, Finland. Architect: Yrjo Lindegren and Toivo Jantti.

Exteriors category: Photographer: Sebastian Weiss. Building: Olympic Stadium, Helsinki, Finland. Architect: Yrjo Lindegren and Toivo Jantti.

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Exteriors category: Photographer: Julien Lanoo. Building: Vitra Shaudepot, Weil am Rhein, Germany. Architect: Herzog & de Meuron.

Exteriors category: Photographer: Julien Lanoo. Building: Vitra Shaudepot, Weil am Rhein, Germany. Architect: Herzog & de Meuron.

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Interiors category: Photographer: Fabrice Fouillet. Building: Jesus Church, San Sebastian, Spain. Architect: Rafael Moneo.

Interiors category: Photographer: Fabrice Fouillet. Building: Jesus Church, San Sebastian, Spain. Architect: Rafael Moneo.

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Interiors category: Photographer: James Newton. Serpentine Gallery Pavilion, London, United Kingdom. Architect: Selgascano.

Interiors category: Photographer: James Newton. Serpentine Gallery Pavilion, London, United Kingdom. Architect: Selgascano.

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Interiors category: Photographer: Kilian O’Sullivan. Interior and portrait of Derry Road Resident on the Queen’s Birthday. Architect: Bell Phillips Architects.

Interiors category: Photographer: Kilian O’Sullivan. Interior and portrait of Derry Road Resident on the Queen’s Birthday. Architect: Bell Phillips Architects.

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Interiors category: Photographer: Matt Emmett. Covered Reservoir, Finsbury Park, London, United Kingdom. Architect: East London Water Works Company 1868.

Interiors category: Photographer: Matt Emmett. Covered Reservoir, Finsbury Park, London, United Kingdom. Architect: East London Water Works Company 1868.

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Interiors category: Photographer: Will Scott. Helical Staircase in Workshop, Littlehampton, United Kingdom. Architect: Finkernagel Ross Architects.

Interiors category: Photographer: Will Scott. Helical Staircase in Workshop, Littlehampton, United Kingdom. Architect: Finkernagel Ross Architects.

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Sense of Place category: Photographer: Paul Turang. Hygge House Warming Hut, Winnipeg, Canada. Architect: Plain Projects, Pike Projects, Urbanink.

Sense of Place category: Photographer: Paul Turang. Hygge House Warming Hut, Winnipeg, Canada. Architect: Plain Projects, Pike Projects, Urbanink.

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Sense of Place category: Photographer: Julien Lanoo. The stage for Haduwa Arts & Culture Institute, Ghana. Architect: [a]FA [applied] foreign affairs.

Sense of Place category: Photographer: Julien Lanoo. The stage for Haduwa Arts & Culture Institute, Ghana. Architect: [a]FA [applied] foreign affairs.

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Sense of Place category: Photographer: Victor Romero. Baku National Stadium, Azerbaijan. Architect: ROSSETTI with Heerim Architects.

Sense of Place category: Photographer: Victor Romero. Baku National Stadium, Azerbaijan. Architect: ROSSETTI with Heerim Architects.

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Sense of Place category: Photographer: Mark Wohlrab. Building: Bruder Klaus Field Chapel, Mechernich-Wachendorf, Germany. Architect: Peter Zumthor.

Sense of Place category: Photographer: Mark Wohlrab. Building: Bruder Klaus Field Chapel, Mechernich-Wachendorf, Germany. Architect: Peter Zumthor.

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Sense of Place category: Photographer: Inigo Bujedo Aguirre. Blok 23, Novi Beograd, Belgrade, Serbia. Architect: Aleksandar Stjepanovic.

Sense of Place category: Photographer: Inigo Bujedo Aguirre. Blok 23, Novi Beograd, Belgrade, Serbia. Architect: Aleksandar Stjepanovic.

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Twenty stunning architectural photographs have been shortlisted for the 2016 Arcaid Images Architecture Photography Awards.

The awards aims to highlight the expertise of specialist architectural photographers, who translate architecture into understandable 2D terms that explain the detail, character and environment of each project.

The annual award presents prizes in four categories – Exteriors, Interiors, Sense of Place, and Building in Use.

The 2016 jury comprised Emily Booth, executive editor of The Architectural Review; artist and Sto Werkstatt curator Amy Croft; Katy Harris, director of communications at Foster + Partners; architect Kai-Uwe Bergmann of BIG and photographers Fernando Guerra (the 2015 winner) and Ulrich Müller.

The 20 shortlisted images will be exhibited at this year’s World Architecture Festival in Berlin between 16 and 18 November, with an overall winner announced at the event’s gala dinner.

See the slideshow above for the 20 shortlisted images.


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