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Architectural Photography Awards 2018 shortlist revealed

Published
2 October 2018
The shortlist for the Architectural Photography Awards 2018 has been revealed.
Entries came from 47 countries, with the overall winner to be announced on 30 November.
James Timberlake, one of the judges, said: "I've had so much fun and so enjoyed looking at these images and soaking them in - some incredible work."

Buildings in Use category

image copyrightOmer Kanipak / APA18
image captionThe Hive, designed by Wolfgang Buttress, at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, south-west London, by Omer Kanipak
image copyrightAldo Amoretti / APA18
image captionAzur Arena, designed by Auer Weber architects, in Antibes, France, by Aldo Amoretti
image copyrightBrad Feinknopf / APA18
image captionAuburn University, Alabama, by Brad Feinknopf
image copyrightRyan Koopmans / APA18
image captionA Soviet-era sanatorium, designed by Kalashniko, with a stray dog and rubbish, in Tskaltubo, Georgia, by Ryan Koopmans
image copyrightLaurian Ghinitoiu / APA18
image captionVantablack Pavilion, designed by Asif Khan, in Pyeongchang, South Korea, by Laurian Ghinitoiu
image copyrightMarius Liutkevicius / APA18
image captionA block of flats in Yaiza, Lanzarote, Spain, by Marius Liutkevicius

Exterior category

image copyrightB.R.S.Sreenag / APA18
image captionThe perforated concrete skin of VM Estancia, designed by KSM Architecture, in Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India, by B R S Sreenag
image copyrightHe Zhenuan / APA18
image captionThe Bank of China Tower, designed by Skidmore, Owings & Merrill LLP, in Ningbo, by He Zhenuan
image copyrightShao Feng / APA18
image captionHong-Kong-Zhuhai-Macau Border Crossing Facility, designed by ECADI, by Shao Feng
image copyrightPawel Paniczko / APA18
image captionLong Museum West Bund, designed by Atelier Deshaus, in Shanghai, by Pawel Paniczko

Interior category

image copyrightRoman Robroek / APA18
image captionA semi-abandoned power station in Kelenfold, Budapest, by Roman Robroek
image copyrightJames Newton / APA18
image captionThe Vortex, designed by Foster + Partners, at Bloomberg's European headquarters, in London, by James Newton
image copyrightAndrew Robertson / APA18
image captionThe Ouse Valley viaduct, designed by David Mocatta, in Sussex, by Andrew Robertson
image copyrightEugeni Pons / APA18
image captionThe Théodore Gouvy Theatre, designed by Dominique Coulon & Associés, in Freyming-Merlebach, France, by Eugeni Pons
image copyrightSuraj Garg / APA18
image captionThe ceiling of Liège-Guillemins station, designed by Santiago Calatrava, in Belgium, by Suraj Garg

Sense of Place category

image copyrightMarco Tagliarino / APA18
image captionThe Piazza Duomo is seen from the Museo del 900's Arengario Balconi, designed by Italo Rota and Fabio Fornasari, in Milan's Palazzo dell'Arengario, by Marco Tagliarino
image copyrightDirk Vonten / APA18
image captionCastle Neuschwanstein in Bavaria, Germany, in winter by Dirk Vonten.
image copyrightJeff Eden / APA18
image captionThe Hive, designed by Wolfgang Buttress, at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, south-west London, by Jeff Eden.
image copyrightAi Qing / APA18
image captionThe Seashore Chapel, designed by Vector Architects, in Qinhuangdao, China, by Ai Qing
image copyrightZhu Wenqiao / APA18
image captionSwimmers on the riverside opposite the construction of Raffles City, designed by Safdie Architects, in Chongqing, China, by Zhu Wenqiao
The photos will be exhibited at WAF in Amsterdam from 28 to 30 November.

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