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.