Stunning Final Shortlist Of The 2017 Art Of Building Photography Contest

The Art of Building photography competition is an international showcase for the very best digital photography of the built environment. It is open to both professional and amateur photographers. The competition, run by the Chartered Institute of Building, celebrates the creativity of the industry, the passion of the people who work within it, and the impact their work has on those who make use of the final construction. Voting for the 2017 edition has now closed. Here the final shortlist. The winner will be announced on 30th January 2018.

Stunning final shortlist of the 2017 Art of Building photography contest
‘Cross Bridge Watch’ by Guo Ji Hua. Shot in Guangdong, China. “This work uses unmanned aerial vehicles, because the intersection of this work has an abstract line of beauty.”
Stunning final shortlist of the 2017 Art of Building photography contest
‘Abandoned School in Fresno’ by Robert Cassway. Shot in Montana, USA. “This photo shows the ravages of time and weather on a building that was left to decay by benign neglect, after the families that lived in Fresno moved away. It is part a larger series of photographs titled ‘The Vanishing West’.”
Stunning final shortlist of the 2017 Art of Building photography contest
‘Inception” by Hanqing Qu. Shot in Kuala Lumpur. “This picture was taken at Malaysia’s National Mosque. When the sun light sprinkles into this building, light and shade meet each other into a dream like scene. It reminds me of the movie ‘Inception’.”
Stunning final shortlist of the 2017 Art of Building photography contest
‘The Showstopper’ by Linda Van Slobbe. Shot in Bar-le-Duc, France. “This historic theatre is built in a typical oval shape that has the stage on one end and multiple floors and balconies all around the rest. This one has beautiful decorations.”
Stunning final shortlist of the 2017 Art of Building photography contest
‘The majestic St. Andrew’s Cathedral Tower’ by Andrean Hadhianto Kwee. Shot in Singapore. “The Neo-Gothic Style Building that was once subsequently demolished, rebuilt and completed in 1861. This Cathedral now stands majestically in its surroundings in Singapore. Where it has still preserved its originality.”

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