World Architecture Festival announces winners of The Architecture Drawing Prize 2019

Anton Markus Pasing, ‘City in a box: paradox memories’, overall winner of the 2019 Architecture Drawing Prize

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世界建筑节(WAF)官方宣布,第三届(2019)建筑制图奖的总冠军获得者是德国建筑师Anton Markus Pasing,获奖作品为:《盒子里的城市:矛盾的记忆》。

该奖项将于年底在阿姆斯特丹举行的世界建筑节上颁发。建筑制图奖由WAF官方、约翰·索恩爵士博物馆和Make Architects建筑事务所共同策划,由William Hare Group提供赞助,旨在鼓励数字工具和数字化渲染效果的创造性使用,同时坚持强调手绘的重要性。今年的建筑制图奖收到了来自23个国家的125个参赛作品,展现出真正的国际性质。参赛者大多数来自建筑师(24%)和学生(20%)群体。评审团从手绘作品、数字作品,以及混合类作品这三个大类中选出了优胜者,并最终从这些优胜者中挑选出了大赛的总冠军。

The overall winner of the third annual Architecture Drawing Prize is Anton Markus Pasing with his work entitled ‘City in a box: paradox memories’. The other two category winners are Jerome Xin Hao Ng, student at The Bartlett School of Architecture in London for ‘Metabolist of a Dementia Nation’ in the hybrid category and Anna Heringer of German architectural practice Studio Anna Heringer in the hand-drawn category for ‘Masterplan Rudrapur, Bangladesh’.

The prize, which will be awarded at the annual World Architecture Festival (WAF), held this year in Amsterdam, is curated by WAF, Sir John Soane’s Museum and Make Architects and sponsored by Hare. It embraces the creative use of digital tools and digitally produced renderings, while recognising the enduring importance of hand drawing.  This year The Architecture Drawing Prize saw a total of 126 entries representing 23 countries, showing the truly international nature of the prize. The majority of the entrants were architects (24%) and students (20%). The judges chose winners across three categories: hand-drawing, hybrid and digital, with the overall winner chosen from the winners of the individual categories.

 

获奖者
Winners 

 

数字类
Digital

《盒子里的城市:矛盾的记忆》
(建筑绘图奖总冠军)
City in a box: paradox memories
(Overall winner of The Architecture Drawing Prize)

Anton Markus Pasing(德国)
Date of Drawing: 3/6/2019
Size: 54×90 cm

德国建筑师Anton Markus Pasing从事于实验建筑、原型设计和美术,在本届比赛中同时获得了最佳数字类绘图奖以及建筑绘图奖的总冠军。《盒子里的城市:矛盾的记忆》讲述了一个封装大盒子里的、充满故事的未知城市。就像薛定谔的猫一样,在打开盒子之前,永远处于一种半真实、半存在的“中间状态”。艺术家本人解释道:“我更倾向于用数字方式来创作,因为它能够实现更加复杂的表现形式,并且能够更加清晰地进行叙事和说明。我的目的并非用图像来做出某种回答,而是通过他们来提问,或者讲述一些简单的故事。”

Working in the fields of experimental architecture, prototype design and fine arts, German architect Anton Markus Pasing has been awarded the prize for best digital drawing as well as being crowned the overall winner of The Architecture Drawing Prize. ‘City in a box: paradox memories’ represents an unknown city full of stories, closed in a large box. Until the box is opened, the city is in an ‘intermediate state’, it is both real and non-existent at the same time. The artist added: “I prefer the digital method for creating my work, because it allows me to achieve complex representations as well as being able to illustrate narrative aspects more clearly. I don’t aim to generate answers with my images, but to use them to ask questions or tell simple stories.”

 

 

手绘类
Hand-drawn

《鲁德拉普尔总体规划》
Masterplan Rudrapur, Bangladesh
Studio Anna Heringer(德国)
Date of Drawing: 10/15/2018
Size: 138 x 195cm

在纱丽毯上刺绣出孟加拉国鲁德拉普尔的整体规划图,展示了该地区的高度可持续发展的特征。竹子是建造房屋的主要材料。人们在花园中种植食材。鲁德拉普尔的妇女将泥土和竹子制成的传统和现代结构结合在一起,证明了生活质量的改善来源于创造力而非物质的消耗。

Description: Embroidery over an upcycled sari blanket. Anna Heringer’s work shows the masterplan of Rudrapur, Bangladesh embroidered over an upcycled sari blanket representing the high level of sustainability in the area; ponds bamboo is the main material for housebuilding and people use their gardens for food production. Highlighting this approach, the women of Rudrapur stitched together vernacular and modern mud-bamboo structures to prove that quality of life is based on creativity and elevating the existing, not on material consumption.

 

 

混合类
Hybrid

《失智国家的新陈代谢派》
Metabolist of a Dementia Nation
Jerome Xin Hao Ng, student at The Bartlett School of Architecture in London(英国,UCL建筑学院学生)
Date of Drawing: 5/28/2019
Size: 2142mm x 1000mm

新加坡的黄金坊是1970年代新陈代谢派的重要标志,它们正面临着被拆除的命运。该作品为这一巨大的住宅区提出了另一种构想,使建筑得以保留,同时还能够从岌岌可危的城市基础设施中吸收一些有价值的文物。这样,新老居民都可以创造新的记忆,同时为过去提供喘息的空间。

Singapore’s Golden Mile Complex, an important icon of 1970’s Metabolist urbanism, faces imminent demolition. The drawing speculates on an alternative vision for this huge residential block, that not only saves the building, but also allows it to absorb physical artifacts from Singapore’s threatened urban infrastructure; allowing new and existing residents to forge new memories, whilst giving space for the past to breathe.

 

 

推荐奖
Commended

《湮灭记忆的博物馆》
Jessica D’Toste – Museum of Oblivion Memory I Section

 

《远观为香港故宫文化博物馆做的一系列设计,它们就像是办公室中的模型》
Chi Tse – Perspective of various designs for Hong Kong Palace Museum as if they were models in a site office

 

《火炉,达尔文住宅2099》
Daniela Yaneva – Fireplace, Down House 2099

 

《斯克罗威尼教堂 – 工作图》
Ben Johnson – Scrovegni Chapel – Worksheet

 

《叙述性的合成体;空间的流动性》
Danni Tian – Descriptive Synthesis; Spatial Fluidity

 

《高跷上的住宅》
Denis Andernach – Stelzenhaus III  (stilt-house)

 

《方舟之城 – 驶过伦敦的海面》
Louis Sullivan – Ark City, viewed from flood level, passing through London

 

《正在消失的香港》
Man Yan Lam – Disappearing Hong Kong

 

《描绘建筑》
Michael Lewis – Drawing Architecture

 

《Odlums区 – 都柏林港口博物馆和艺术中心的总体规划》
Sarah Delanchy – Odlums quarter, masterplan for a museum and art hub at Dublin port

 

《海中密室》
Felix Cheong – The Sea Vault

 

《凤凰塔》
Laurie Chetwood – The Phoenix Towers

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