Archdaily_ The Architecture Drawing Prize, now in its 7th edition, celebrates the art of drawing in three main categories: hand-drawn, digital, and hybrid. The Prize attracted nearly 250 drawings from around the world, a record for the competition, with the majority of entries being in the hand-drawn category. The winners of each category have been announced. The winning drawings, along with the shortlisted entries will be displayed at the World Architecture Festival in Singapore from 29 November until 1 December 2023, and at Sir John Soane’s Museum in London from 31 January to 3 March 2024. The Overall Winner will announced on 29 January 2024 as part of a webinar hosted by Sir John Soane’s Museum, ahead of the exhibition.
According to the jury, the technologies used by the entrants to find creative ways of depicting buildings generated probing discussions among the jury members, testing the nature and definition of architectural drawing. Sponsored by Iris Ceramica Group, the Architecture Drawing Prize is co-curated by Make Architects, Sir John Soane’s Museum and World Architecture Festival (WAF).
Interpolating Arts, Space and Display in the Age of AI by Tom Chan
The Bucolic Palimpsest by Ziad Haddad
St. Stephen Walbrook by Luka Pajovic
The Urban Anthro-Scape Above by Alexander Jeong
Hand-drawn Category Winner Grundtvig_III_by Ben Johnson
Hybrid Category Winner Remembering the See Monster by Eldry John Infante
The Archatographic Map of the Incomplete Landscape on Pedra Branca
Liverpool Capriccio 2200 C.E. by Tim Wheeler
The Glasgow School of Art Fire (Triptych) by Alan Dunlop
Trees and rocks, the shapeshifter by Alexander Warncke