The Architecture Drawing Prize to be displayed at Sir John Soane’s Museum

Knowledge Hub and Community Support Spaces - Studying Seasons and Community Interactions by Clare Donald, Scott Brownrigg, UK, hybrid, commended. Image courtesy of © WAF 2017
24/02/2018
The Architecture Drawing Prize to be displayed at Sir John Soane’s Museum
Sir John Soane’s Museum [LON] UK 21/02 > 14/04/2018
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Knowledge Hub and Community Support Spaces - Studying Seasons and Community Interactions by Clare Donald, Scott Brownrigg, UK, hybrid, commended. Image courtesy of © WAF 2017

The exhibition "The Architecture Drawing Prize" recognizes the importance of hand drawing, encompassing a creative use of the winning and pre-selected representations in the Soane´s Museum.

Opening on 21 February in the Sir John Soane Museum’s Foyle Space, this exhibition represents the culmination of the inaugural The Architecture Drawing Prize which launched in Summer 2017.

The prize celebrates drawing’s significance as a tool in capturing and communicating ideas, recognising the continuing importance of hand drawing, but also embracing the creative use of digitally produced renderings. The entries were evaluated on the basis of their technical skill, originality in approach, and ability to convey an architectural idea, whether for a conceptual or actual building project. This is in the spirit of many great architects of the past such as Palladio, Le Corbusier, Cedric Price and Sir John Soane, who all developed the device of drawing in different ways to advance the art of architecture.

The exhibition will showcase the winning entry as well as a selection of those shortlisted, announced at the World Architecture Festival in Berlin in November 2017. Momento Mori: a Peckham Hospice Care Home by Jerome Xin Hao Ng, was selected as the overall winning drawing, and was taken from the category ...read more

Curator
Architecture Drawing Prize.- Make Archit
ects, Sir John Soane’s Museum, the World Architecture Festival. World Architecture Festival.- Jeremy Melvin
Venue
Sir John Soane’s Museum, 13 Lincoln’s In
n Fields, London, WC2A 3BP, United Kingdom
Fechas
From February 21st to May 14th, 2018
WINNER of the Architecture Drawing Prize. Memento Mori: A Peckham Hospice Care Home by architecture student Jerome Xin Hao Ng (UK). Image courtesy of © WAF 2017WINNER of the Digital category.Deep Water Purgatory by Christopher Wijatno, WOHA, Singapore. Image courtesy of © WAF 2017WINNER of the Hand-drawn categoryScenarios for a Post-Crisis Landscape by Dimitrios Grozopoulis, Gillespies, UK. Image courtesy of © WAF 2017COMMENDED, digital. Publicly Accessible Spaces in St Paul’s Cathedral by Chris Raven, DRDH Architects, UK. Image courtesy of © WAF 2017COMMENDED, digital. Renovation of Denggao Village by Xinyuan Cao, Mahlum, USA. Image courtesy of © WAF 2017COMMENDED, hand-drawn. 100 by Reza Aliabadi, rzlbd, Canada. Image courtesy of © WAF 2017COMMENDED, hand-drawn. 360 Degrees Panorama of the Dam Square by Elles Middelians, Studio Ellessi, Netherlands. Image courtesy of © WAF 2017COMMENDED, hand-drawn. New Entry 5 by Sergei Tchoban, Tchoban Voss Architekten, Germany. Image courtesy of © WAF 2017COMMENDED, hand-drawn.Portuguese Street by Anna Budnikova, Strojproject CB, Russia. Image courtesy of © WAF 2017COMMENDED, hand-drawn.Utopia by Ubaldo Occhinegro, Mua Studio, Italy. Image courtesy of © WAF 2017COMMENDED, hybrid. Hydrological cluster by Anna Budnikova. Image courtesy of © WAF 2017COMMENDED, hybrid. Knowledge Hub and Community Support Spaces - Studying Seasons and Community Interactions by Clare Donald, Scott Brownrigg, UK. Image courtesy of © WAF 2017COMMENDED, hybrid. Reconstruct with Drawing. Hand drawing for Graphic Analysis by Mariapia Di Lecce, Università degli Studi di Parma - Facoltà di Architettura. Image courtesy of © WAF 2017