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David Kirkland and Darrell Godliman win Architects' Eye Photography Competition

The results of the 4th Architects’ Eye Competition have been announced with an exhibition of the winning and finalist works on display at the Zaha Hadid-designed Roca London Gallery until 31 August. The biennial competition, which celebrates and encourages photography by architects, was split into two categories: Architecture and Place; and Architecture and people.

Taking the winning title in the Architecture and Place category was Director of Kirkland Fraser Moor David Kirkland whose Venice 2 shot was described by judge George Kavanagh as ‘an original view of Venice that shows a subtle mosaic palette of tonal intrigue’.

The Architecture and People category was won by Riach Architects’ Darrell Godliman with his Break Point image which captures a series of smokers separated by small screens. Godliman describes his piece as ‘a social commentary about the pressures of modern life, a wistful look of the central subject maybe implying a wish to escape’.

The two winning and two runner-up images can be viewed here.

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