The Architecture Drawing Prize deadline has been extended until Friday 4 October. Entrants can submit their drawing work across four categories: hand-drawing, digital, hybrid and working detail.
The Architecture Drawing Prize is an international competition that celebrates the art and skill of architectural drawing. Now in its third year, the prize is curated by Make Architects, Sir John Soane’s Museum and the World Architecture Festival.
In the spirit of many great architects of the past, from Palladio and John Soane to Le Corbusier and Cedric Price, it’s an ideal platform for reflecting on and exploring how drawing continues to advance the art of architecture today.
Last year’s Overall Winner was The Samsara of Building No.42 on Dirty Street by Li Han, Drawing Architecture Studio, who also won the Digital category. The other category winners were Lukas Göbl, göbl architektur ZT GmbH for City of Beautiful Bodies IV (Hybrid), and Carlijn Kingma, Delft University of Technology for The Babylonian Tower of Modernity (Hand-Drawn –pictured above).
Entries are welcomed from architects, designers and students from around the world, in the following categories: hand-drawing, digital and hybrid.
This year sees the introduction of a new category: the working detail drawing. This category supports entries by architects with a passion for working details.
The winners and shortlist will be on display at a dedicated exhibition at Sir John Soane’s Museum in London.
The category winners will each receive a delegate pass, tickets to the Gala Dinner and two nights in a hotel for the World Architecture Festival in Amsterdam.
Price: £165 per entry.
Price for under 30s and students: £55.
Please use the discount code UNDER30 when entering online.