Globe Architecture Festival 2015: the orange, yellow and green tones of a building in Switzerland are captured in this shot by Fernando Guerra, which has been named best architectural photograph of the 12 months.
Lisbon-primarily based Fernando Guerra was the overall winner in the 2015 Arcaid Pictures Architectural Photography Awards, which was announced as element of the Planet Architecture Festival in Singapore final week.
His shot of EPFL Quartier Nord, a new mixed-use constructing in Ecublens by Richter Dahl Rocha & Associés, was chosen ahead of photos of buildings by architects such as Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners, OMA and SANAA.
Exteriors category winner: Prolonged Museum West Bund, China, by Atelier Deshaus, photographed by Su Shengliang
Winners have been chosen by a panel of judges including architect duo Barozzi/Veiga, Foster + Partners partner and head of communications Katy Harris, architect Ian Moore and photography duo Hufton + Crow, who have been last year’s winners with a photograph of Zaha Hadid’s Heydar Aliyev Center.
Sense of Place category winner: Kandalama Hotel, Sri Lanka, by Geoffrey Bawa, photographed by Tom Roe
Guerra will acquire a \$three,000 (£1,985) prize. The photographer also had 3 other images in the twelve-robust shortlist – two depicting an island constructing that has considering that been destroyed by a volcano, and one particular showing a home in Portugal.
Interiors group winner: Lengthy Museum West Bund, China, by Atelier Deshaus, photographed by Su Shengliang
Four class winners have also been announced. Chinese photographer Su Shengliang topped the two the Interiors and Exteriors classes with her shots of Atelier Deshaus’ Prolonged Museum West Bund in Shanghai.
Connected story: Architecture photography award-winners go on show in London
A foliage-covered hotel in a Sri Lankan jungle came out leading in the Sense of Area group, although a see looking up at the Yick Cheong Creating in Hong Kong’s Quarry Bay was chosen in the Buildings In Use area.
Buildings In Use group winner: Yick Cheong Developing, Hong Kong, by Public housing advancement, photographed by Tan Lingfrei
The winning picture and a assortment of the shortlisted entries will go on show in London following yr at Sto Werkstatt, running from 5 February to 25 March 2016.