An annual award for the best visualization is seeking compelling images that tell stories of architecture, interiors, cities, and worlds that could be.
Register: DEC/31/2020, Submit: JAN/02/2021, Eligibility: Undergraduate students, graduate students (up to 5 years from completion of undergraduate or graduate studies), professionals (6+ years from completion of undergraduate or graduate studies), Fee: Undergraduate students: 25 USD, graduate students: 35 USD, professionals: 50 USD (SEP/21 – NOV/23/2020); undergraduate students: 35 USD, graduate students: 45 USD, professionals: 60 USD (NOV/24 – DEC/31/2020); discount: 10% for 2-3 images, 20% for 4-5 images, 30% for 6+ images, Awards: Overall Award: 3,000 USD; Young Designer Award: 1,000 USD; Undergraduate Award: 1,000 USD; Exterior Award: 500 USD; Interior Award: 500 USD; Honorable Mentions; Directors Choice
Designers are storytellers. They assume many roles, but common to them all is the task of telling the story of the spaces and worlds they imagine. Often, they must convey these thoughts with images. Through their images, they can shape and influence how others feel and understand their ideas. Although designers continue to be equipped with better digital tools, making it easier to create images, there is still a great deal of craft in visualization.