Best Use of Digital Imagery

Architectural renderings are changing the way people perceive architecture. While the rendered image has been criticised for being too detached from reality, they allow for greater conversations about the built environment. We are looking for visualisations that immerse the viewer. We want to see renderings with their own character that are not trying to be photographs. The imagery needs to be technically aware, memorable, with lots of variety. The visualisations can either be created in-house or by an architectural visualisation company and must be available to view online.


Ellis Woodman

Ellis is the director of the Architecture Foundation. He worked as an architect for eight years before joining Building Design as its buildings editor. He became The Daily Telegraph's architecture critic in 2007 and curated Home/Away at the British Pavilion of the Venice Biennale in 2008.

Laura Mark

Laura is Architecture Projects Manager at the Royal Academy of Arts. Trained as an architect she spent 5 years in practice before joining the AJ.

Kiran Pawar

Kiran Pawar  Development Director for HB Reavis responsible for leading the development management team in the UK and for overseeing the expansion of the development portfolio in London.

Past winners

2017 winner