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9 Of The Year's Best Photographs Of Buildings 

9 of the Year's Best Photographs of Buildings

Most architectural photography these days is about capturing a building’s “hero shot”, that single perfect image and angle where the light flits through the glass and, for a second, real life looks like a perfectly executed digital rendering. These are not those photos.

Every year the construction industry’s Chartered Institute of Building holds an architectural photography competition that looks for images that aren’t necessarily the most perfect depiction of architecture — but that expose the real lives of structures and, as it calls its contest The Art of Building. It’s a charming competition, and it’s open to anyone — which means the results are extraordinarily diverse, compared toother yearly architectural photography awards that typically cater to well-known names.

Check out a few of the nominees below with comments by the photographers who shot them — and vote for the finalists here.

Inception by Patrick Mouzawak, shot in Milwaukee, USA

9 of the Year's Best Photographs of Buildings

“The multiple layers created by this architectural form with a human attending to it as if carefully repositioning the triangle shapes herself.”

Getting Lost On a Roof by Wahid Adnan, shot in Bangladesh

9 of the Year's Best Photographs of Buildings

“A Muslim man is deep into his thoughts on a roof of a building surrounded by other buildings. Access to a roof in Dhaka is not always possible for people as the owners don’t allow tenants to go up.”

Library by Siza Vieira by Pessoa Neto, shot in Portugal

9 of the Year's Best Photographs of Buildings

“I really loved the light coming down the centre of the Library building. I saw two young kids and just waited for the moment.”

Giuseppe Perugini Bathroom by Lisa Shalom, shot in Fregene, Italy

9 of the Year's Best Photographs of Buildings

“Giuseppe Perugini was a famous architect who built very modern home decades ago in the heart of Fregene, Italy. Since his death, the home is abandoned. Here is a woman gazing through a small window in the bathroom.”

My home, my playground and my cemetery by Mario Bejagan Cardenas, shot in Manila, Philippines

9 of the Year's Best Photographs of Buildings

“Thousands of families have made a city’s graveyard their home as authorities grapple with rising population and housing shortage. Depressing community where hapless residents call this place a home among the dead.”

Up by Pierre Cuony in London

9 of the Year's Best Photographs of Buildings

“This picture is a low angle shot of a beautiful building in London. Good place, right time.”

Near to fire for bricks by Rajaram in Pondicherry, India

9 of the Year's Best Photographs of Buildings

“The people are working near a hot fire to burn the bricks. To make a single brick is not as easy as we think.”

Bird’s Nest Puzzle Close-Up by Mario Bejagan Cardenas in Beijing, China

9 of the Year's Best Photographs of Buildings

“Beijing National Stadium is an eye-catching state of the art structure. The stadium is a work of exceptional design and proves to be a mind-boggling complex artefact as you get up close.”

Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque by Hoang Long Ly, shot in Abu Dhabi, UAE

9 of the Year's Best Photographs of Buildings

“This mosque is a religious icon not only for Abu Dhabi but also for the Islamic world of UAE.”





World circuit of Photography: 5 Salons, 5 countries; FRANCE, ITALY, MACEDONIA, SPAIN, VIETNAM organized by Image Sans Frontière - France. * General Chairman: Ly Hoang Long * Closing date: October 05th, 2016

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TPOTY - Travel Photographer of the Year 2015 Winners' Gallery

Welcome to the gallery of the 2015 winning images. We hope you enjoy them. Travel Photographer of the Year is proud to showcase another great set of images, as the 2015 winners add fresh perspectives on our world through the eyes of talented amateur, semi-professional and professional photographers. The winning images from Travel Photographer of the Year 2015 are displayed below and will be exhibited at the Museum of London Docklands in London next summer (2016). For details of our other exhibitions please visit the touring exhibitions page.

Atkins CIWEM Environmental Photographer of the Year

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