世界建筑节(WAF)公布2020年度建筑制图奖获奖名单

来自UCL巴特莱特建筑学院的Clement Laurencio获得总冠军

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建筑制图奖创办于2017年,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。作品征集面向全球的建筑师、设计师以及学生群体,分为以下3个类别:1)手绘作品,2)数字作品,以及 3)将二者相结合的混合类作品。评审团根据创作者的技术技能、原创性以及传达建筑理念的能力(包括概念性项目和实际建成项目)来进行评估。

Launched in 2017, The Architecture Drawing Prize is conceived to celebrate and showcase the significance of drawing as a tool in capturing and communicating architectural ideas. It embraces the creative use of digital tools and digitally-produced renderings, while recognising the enduring importance of hand drawing. The open call invited entries of all types and forms: from technical or construction drawings to cutaway or perspective views – and anything in between. Entries are accepted across three categories: 1) hand drawing; 2) digital drawing; and 3) hybrid drawing, combining the two. Submissions are evaluated on the basis of their technical skill, originality in approach and ability to convey an architectural idea, whether for a conceptual or actual building project.

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总冠军
Overall Winner
《5号公寓:空间记忆的迷宫和储藏室》
Apartment #5, a Labyrinth and Repository of Spatial Memories
by Clement Laurencio

本届(第四届)建筑制图奖的总冠军获得者是来自UCL巴特莱特建筑学院的Clement Laurencio,获奖作品为:《5号公寓:空间记忆的迷宫和储藏室》。该作品同时还获得了混合类作品大奖。

这座位于伦敦的住宅重构了一次关于印度旅行的场所记忆。几幅单独的素描借助数字工具进行合成,将不同的场所组合为一个空间记忆的迷宫。

本次奖项评委Ben Langlands和Nikki Bell在评价该作品时说:“该作品创造出了一个由多幅手绘组成的迷宫,每幅画都讲述着它们各自的故事。纯熟的技巧和精准度展现出作者的敏锐与自信,同时让使作品传达出熟悉而又神秘的氛围。”

The overall winner of the fourth annual Architecture Drawing Prize is Apartment #5, a Labyrinth and Repository of Spatial Memories by Clement Laurencio, Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL. The drawing was also winner of the Hybrid Category.

The dwelling, set in London, re-creates atmospheres of places remembered from a recent voyage to India. Separate pencil hand-drawings are digitally composed, corrupting and curating places into a labyrinth of spatial memories.

Commenting on the overall winner, artists Ben Langlands and Nikki Bell, judges of the prize said: “This drawing creates a labyrinth of drawings, each with its own story. Familiarity and mystery are conveyed with a sensitive, confident technique of great skill and precision.  There is nothing loud or colourful, only a realm of acutely observed detail with a powerful muted presence. You can really imagine being here.”

 

 

 

手绘类冠军
Hand-drawn Winner
《亲爱的端岛》
Dear Hashima by Marc Brousse

手绘类的获奖作品是由建筑师兼艺术家Marc Brousse创作的《亲爱的端岛》。

该作品是系列作品中的一幅,其创作的目的是以社会学家齐格蒙特·鲍曼的理论为基础,对人在城市中的处境提出质疑。作者以墨水/木炭和隐形墨水为工具并使用了“Traitillism”绘图方法,通过一系列线条来象征生命、空间、思想和记忆。

约翰·索恩爵士博物馆馆长兼评委Louise Stewart评价:“作者令人惊讶的绘画技巧给所有评委留下了深刻的影响。这幅作品不仅展现出高超的技术,在视觉呈现上亦有卓越的表现。”

The winner of the Hand-drawn Category is Dear Hashima by architect/artist Marc Brousse.

The drawing, one of a series, is intended to re-question the position of man within the city, based on the ideas of the sociologist Zygmunt Bauman. Ink/charcoal, invisible ink, using Traitillism as a method, whereby the line symbolizes life, space, thought and memory.

Commenting on the drawing, judge Louise Stewart, Curator of Exhibitions at Sir John Soane’s Museum, said: “All the judges were very impressed by the incredibly individual drawing technique used here, which is technically impressive and visually highly effective.”

 

数字类冠军
Digital Winner

《重读大都会》
Re-Reading Metropolis by Chenglin Able

数字类的冠军作品是由来自加州大学伯克利分校的Chenglin Able创作的《重读大都会》。

该作品运用了“框中框”的形式,创造出分隔与统一之间、安静的住宅与城市生活之间,以及填充结构与交织在环境框架中的场馆之间的张力。作品以积极的方式参与了对标志性历史建筑的再诠释,同时为water temple的类型学赋予了新的定义。

LilyJencksStudio / JencksSquared的创始人兼评委Lily Jencks评价:“该作品将地图、平面图、基础设施系统和数据输入等多种形式的绘图叠加起来,从而提出了一种全新的绘制城市地域的方式,兼顾了趣味性和精确性。”

The winner of the Digital Category is Re-Reading Metropolis by Chenglin Able, University of California, Berkeley.

The project adopts a ‘frame within frame’ quality to create tension between isolation and unity, between quiet residential and bright urban lives, and between infill and pavilion knitted to the frame of the surrounding context. The project is actively engaging new interpretations of iconic historical buildings and redefining the typology of a water temple.

Commenting on the drawing, judge Lily Jencks and Co-founder of LilyJencksStudio/ JencksSquared said: “Layering drawing types – maps, plans, infrastructural systems and data entry, Re-Reading Metropolis suggests a fresh way to map an urban territory, both playful and precise.”

 

 

 

特别奖:“隔离奖”
《机场大楼》
Lockdown Prize
Airplane Tower by Victor Hugo Azevedo and Cheryl Lu Xu

除了以上几个分类外,今年还针对疫情特别设立了“隔离奖”。本届“隔离奖”的获得者为Robert A. M. Stern Architects的Victor Hugo Azevedo和Cheryl Lu Xu,其作品名称为《机场大楼》。

Make Architects的创始人及兼评委Ken Shuttleworth评价:“该作品围绕疫情这一严肃的主体进行了直白、充满智慧和角度多元的探讨,同时将环境和再利用政策与住房危机和旅游业所面临的诸多挑战联系起来。”

This year also saw the introduction of a special prize focused on the global lockdown during the Covid-19 pandemic. The ‘Lockdown Prize’ was awarded to Airplane Tower by Victor Hugo Azevedo and Cheryl Lu Xu, Robert A. M. Stern Architects

Ken Shuttleworth, Founder of Make Architects and one of the prize judges commented: “We were captivated by the Airplane Tower drawing’s immediacy, wit and use of multiple perspectives while addressing serious questions around the pandemic, interlinking the environment and reuse agenda with the housing crisis and the many challenges faced by the travel industry.”

 

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