After 3 weeks of voting, the results are finally in. The ArchDaily Architectural Visualization Awards has just selected the winners of its first edition. Out of 750 visualizations submitted from all over the world, 6 winning images were chosen, two for each of the following categories: Exterior, Interior, and Conceptual.
Gathering more than 10 000 votes, This awards has come to an end. Presented by IPEVO, Cove.tool, and Concepts, the contest aimed to find the most talented individuals, who inspire us and help us visualize the future of our cities and buildings.
Each category has received 2 laureates, one by popular vote and another by the jury. A record number of people have cast their votes selecting the 3 most popular winners. The jury, a team of ArchDaily curators, made his own choice, picking one champion per group.
Discover below the talented selection of winners, from across the world.
Exterior - Popular Vote Winner
Rat Hole by Jean-Paul El Hachem (JPAG)
Exterior - Jury Winner
Northern Wisps by Bartosz Domiczek
Interior - Popular Vote Winner
Inner Garden by Tsimailo Lyashenko Partners
Interior - Jury Winner
Contemplating by Eric Dietze
Conceptual - Popular Vote Winner
Homework Girl in the Lonely City by Fernando Longhi and Pedro Ribs
Conceptual - Jury Winner
Lost in Melbourne by Li Han and Hu Yan, Vicky Lam and RMIT University students
RMIT University students: Ronaldo Baohong Li, Chaoyu Yang, Devyani VJ, Dijia Yang, Gergo Andrej, Houzhi Du, Ingrid Jung Cheng, Iva, Jessica Liu, Jingui Sun, Kenny Ken-Li Chong, Leon Wang, Alan Lim Chia Chuin, Matija Dolenc, Mingzi Pan, Nick, Peder Kjaervik, Ruoyun Li, Siva Jayakumar, Sophie Sander, Teng Guo, Violet Barnes
Cove.tool is an automated sustainability consultant. It is redefining building performance, 3D performance visualization, and parametric optimization by building smarter, more accurate models in a tenth of the time. With its intuitive workflow and geometry plugins, cove.tool is equipping everyone with tools to analyze energy, daylight, water, climate, and cost.
Concepts is a vector-based app for architects to sketch, plan and communicate home designs and client workflows. Sketch from home, office or virtual setting on an infinite whiteboard with designer tools and COPIC colors. Edit, iterate, then share flexibly with PDF or CAD-based software.
Founded in 2005, IPEVO prides itself on providing visual communication solutions that are innovative, intuitive, and powerful. Designed with its users in mind, IPEVO’s interactive Document Cameras allow Architects and Designers to create an environment in which they’re able to clearly visualize, create, and present their work.