Architectural Photography Awards Exhibition Turkish Trade Centre for Architecture and Design
Architectural Photography Awards Exhibition London
Turkish Trade Centre for Architecture and Design News in 2019, London, England, UK
24 June 2019
Architectural Photography Awards Exhibition in London
Architectural Photography Awards exhibition at the Turkish Trade Centre for Architecture and Design
The Architectural Photography Awards 2018 Overall winning image, the Long Museum West Bund, Shanghai, China by Atelier Deshaus by Pawel Paniczko:
The Architectural Photography Awards 2018 Overall winning image, the Long Museum West Bund, Shanghai, China by Atelier Deshaus by Pawel Paniczko.
The Architectural Photography Awards exhibition celebrating the finest architectural photography worldwide opens to public today at the Turkish Trade Centre for Architecture and Design.
Now in its sixth year, the Architectural Photography Awards exhibition is a well-established event in the architectural calendar, celebrating the importance of photography in the way we experience and connect with spaces. This year’s exhibition showcases the winning image and shortlisted entries of the Architectural Photography Awards 2018, announced during WAF in November last year.
Buildings in Use category winner:
The Architectural Photography Awards 2018 Buildings in Use category winning image, the Hive at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, UK designed by Wolfgang Buttress by Omer Kanipak
The exhibition showcases the world’s most renowned architectural photographers including overall winner Pawel Paniczko, as well as short listed entrants He Zhenhuan, John Pinder, Andrew Robertson, Marco Tagliarino, Omer Kanipak. The international panel of judges comprises James Timberlake, Amy Croft, Katy Harris, Richard Bryant, Terrence Zhang, Roy Meiklejon, Alan Capel, Paul Mottram, Rainer Sladek, Sandra Barclay & Jean Pierre Crousse, Kimberly Hoang and Sven Ullrich.
In the short-listing process the panel were asked to look beyond the architecture to the composition, light, scale, atmosphere, sense of place and interpretation of the project.
Divided into six categories – Buildings in Use, Exteriors, Interiors, Sense of Place, Mobile and Portfolio – each explores different architectural qualities and a diverse technical methodology. The exhibition showcases a wide range of photographic styles, as well as featuring a variety of outstanding architectural forms.
The Architectural Photography Awards 2018 Buildings in Use category winning image, the Hive at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, UK designed by Wolfgang Buttress by Omer Kanipak.
When speaking about taking his winning image, overall winner of the Architectural Photography Awards 2018 Pawel Paniczko said:
“I love to photograph buildings that create emotions and both Long Museum West Bund and Harbin Opera House were these kinds of structures. Spending a time in and around these buildings, watching how people interact with them and how the light changes in the course of a day, was truly inspirational. That helped me to catch the essence of the buildings presented in my images. Shooting in China on my own was logistically challenging but also a fantastic experience.
Sense of Place category winner:
Sense of Place category winner: Marco Tagliarino, Piazza Duomo from the Arengario Balconi of the Palazzo dell’Arengario, Museo del 900 in Milan, Italy designed by Italo Rota and Fabio Fornasari
I am extremely delighted and proud that my work has been appreciated and that I have won The Architectural Photography Awards 2018. Winning 2 categories wasn’t something that I was expecting at all. Especially a portfolio category – it has a huge meaning for me personally, as it proves that I can create a meaningful set of photographs presenting the subject at its best.”
The Architectural Photography Awards exhibition is free and open to the public from 19th June – 30th August at Turkish Trade Centre for Architecture and Design in St Cross Street, Clerkenwell, London.
The Turkish Trade Centre, the new hub for architecture and design, is located in the heart of London’s creative Clerkenwell district. The 1,000 sq m showroom and events space features products and services ranging from ceramics, natural stone and marble, tiles, bathroom furniture to architectural offices, construction, design and consultancy.
Further updates can be found on Instagram (@ttclondon_architecture) and Twitter (@TurkishTradeCen).
Turkish Trade Centre London
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Turkish Trade Centers are established with offices and showrooms for Turkish exporters and their products, to assist them in warehousing and logistics, and to provide legal and financial services, all around the globe.
Brands present at the Turkish Trade Center for Architecture and Design in London:
TEMMER MARBLE Marble, natural stone
AKDO Marble, Natural Stone
CREAVIT Bathroom furniture, washbasins, closet sets, shower sets, etc.
YAPIARTI UK Construction, Project management, construction design, renovation
KARO ISTANBUL Tile, floor and Wall coverings
SERANİT GRANİT Natural stone, bathroom furniture, porcelain, floor coverings and tiles
AKÇALI PAINT İnterior and exterior paintings
IONIC STONE MARBLE Marble, natural stone
DIEM ARCHITECTURE ARCHITECTURE & DESIGN GROUP
KALESERAMIK ÇANAKKALE KALEBODUR Bathroom furniture, porcelain, floor coverings and tiles
BKI Consultancy for FF&E, lighting and surface coverings
ARBOR – FENEX Wood Windows Timber Window & Door Manufacturer
ARTELLA Wooden door system Door Manufacturer
YALIN TAN AND PARTNERS Architecture practice
Architectural Photography Awards
Since its inception in 2012, with the support of the World Architecture Festival and facade and interior system manufacturer STO SE & Co, The Architectural Photography Awards coverage has moved from local trade papers to global news media.
The Awards are inclusive of both the full-time professional photographer and the keen amateur. Categories range from a portfolio of an individual building to a single abstract: with a professional camera or on a mobile phone.
Images of the built world are used directly and indirectly for promoting and advertising commercial, financial, automotive and travel industries; they are not confined to architecture and property development.
Nevertheless, the skill of the people who can translate the sophistication of architecture into readable and understandable two dimensions, explain and extol the character, detail and environment of a building, remains overlooked.
This Award crosses continents and sectors to raise awareness of the skill and patience needed in this specialist area of photography. For more information please visit www.archphotoawards.com
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