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Winners of the Architect’s Eye 2013 Competition have been announced! In an effort to encourage photography by architects, the biennial competition asked entrants to submit photography in two categories: Architecture and Place focusing on the aesthetics of a building and how it shapes the location and Architecture and People focusing on the interaction of people in relation to architecture. David Kirkland, director at Kirkland Fraser Moor, prevailed in the Architecture and Place category with his image ‘Venice 2’. Judge and photographer George Kavanagh described the shot as “an original view of Venice that shows a subtle mosaic palette of tonal intrigue.” The runner-up of this category Uwe Schmidt-Hess, director at Patalab Architecture, was recognized for his despondent scene of Blackpool’s Central Pier, designed by John Issac Mawson. View more View full description
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