Established in 1974 by the AIA Dallas Chapter, the Ken Roberts Memorial Delineation Competition (KRob) is “the world’s longest running architectural drawing competition of its kind”. Named after architect Ken Roberts, famous for his ink perspective drawings, the competition recognizes innovations in both hand-drawn and digital architectural drawing. The winners and shortlist each year serve as an inspiring reference for architects, and showcase the intersection between technology, design and culture.
In 2015, the new award for “Excellence in Architectural 3D Printing” was added, and with a total of 424 entries from 28 countries, this year’s competition was the largest to date. The 2015 jury consisted of Michel Rojkind, Paul Stevenson Oles and John P. Maruszcak. The competition culminated in an awards ceremony and panel discussion at Alto 211 in Dallas. See the winners after the break.
Jason Jackson, AIA BRG3S ARCHITECTS
Moh'd Bilbeisi, RA, OKLAHOMA STATE UNIVERSITY
Mane Nalbandyan, PRATT INSTITUTE
Matthew Bohne, YALE SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE
Ozayr Saloojee, UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA
Martin Medina, AAIA, TEXAS TECH UNIVERSITY OMNIPLAN
Samuel Ringman, RINGMAN DESIGN + ILLUSTRATION
Michael Friebele, Assoc. AIA, CALLISONRTKL
Christoph Walter Pirker, GRAZ UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY
Gustavo Antonio Casalduc, UNIVERSIDAD DE PUERTO RICO ESCUELA DE ARQUITECTURA
See all the finalists and shortlisted entries here.