Best architectural pictures of 2015 According to Arcaid Images

   Every year at the World Architecture Festival in Singapore, at  Arcaid Images that specializing  in architectural photography, chooses the best photographers who take pictures of interior and exterior of buildings.

   Founder resource – is photographer Richard Bryant, who is an architect, encourages participants to show to the public the essence of the architectural design of buildings. Participants of the competition had to feel the “spirit of place” to convey mood and to demonstrate the scale of the entire building.

   In 2015, the best architectural picture according to Arcaid Images was the work of a Portuguese photographer Fernando Guerra

Project name: EPFL Quartier Nord Architect: Richter Dahl Rocha & Associés Location: Ecublens, Switzerland Date: April 2014 PAYPAL reference: 2HB90218MU541123C

The winner in the nomination “sense of place” – became a photographer Tom Ro Kandalama Hotel Photos, Shri Lanka.

Photographer: Tom Roe Contact: +61 422 720 482 - Paypal reference: 6RH38269FD646451R (02/06/15) Project name: Kandalama Hotel   Building type: Hotel Architect: Geoffrey Bawa Location: Dambulla, Sri Lanka Client: Heritance Hotels Date shot: 10/06/2014

In “Building of use” – won photographer Tan Linfey who made a picture of the house complex Yick Cheong Building in Hong Kong.


Prizewinner of category “interior” and “exterior” was the photographer of the Schengen Su Photos of West Bund Museum in Shanghai.

Su Shengliang,, Long Museum West Bund, Cultural building, Atelier Deshaus, Shanghai, China, 2014/4/4

Su Shengliang,, Long Museum West Bund, Cultural building, Atelier Deshaus, Shanghai, China, 2014/4/12

Overall a shortlist of Arcaid Images Architectural Photography Awards +2015 included 20 pictures:


RyanKoopmans, DeRotterdam complex in Rotterdam


IevaSaudargaite, JBRBeachside apartment complex in Dubai


GrantSmith, Bethel High School in Burkina Faso


Laurian Ghinitoiu, Philharmonic Hall in Szczecin


Amanda Larde and Younes Bounhar, University Ibn Zohr de Laayoune in Marokko


GrantSmith, Bethel High School in Burkina Faso


Christopher Frederick Jones, a swimming center in Australia


Mark Gordon, skyscraper The Leadenhall Building in London


Inigo Bujedo, a private house in Poland


Mads Morgenson, hotel Refugi dil fieu vShveytsariyi


FernandoGuerra, house Tranfor in Portugal


Christopher Frederick Jones, Nudgee College v Brysbane


Jeremie Souteyrat, Museum of Contemporary Art of the 21st century in Japan

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Fernando Guerra, landscaped park Fogo in Cape Verde

    Looking  forward we expect new winners  and new interesting  works from world-renowned photographers in the next year and who knows, we may even see them among our countrymen!