Today reading the top articles of the magazines, one of the most buzz news is the announcement of the 2014 winners of Architecture Photograph of the year.
Dezeen Magazine tells all about two extraordinary photographers Hufon+Crow, they are well known to capture great pictures of buildings and their work was recognized at the World Architecture Festival. On this article is possible to get to know more about these photographers and take a look to the others pictures that also were nominated in this event.
The awarded image was the cavernous white interior of Zaha Hadid´s Heydar Aliyev Center and it has been named the best photograph of the year at the World Achitecture Festival 2014 in Singapore. In this event 20 photographers were competing in four categories – exterior, interior, sense of place and buildings use.
The selection was made by a panel of judges that included architects Terry Farrell, Bjarne Hammer of Schmidt Hammer, Lassen and Calvin Tsao and Zack Mckown of Brookyn studio Tsao & Mckown Archotects.
Hufon+Crow complementary skills and competitive characters make them a great team, they work together and sometimes both have separate projects but always help each other to bring creativity and the best essence of a photography. They give their best to put passion in their work and attention to detail showing the best of architecture.
Regarding the award the photographer Allan Crow mentions “The shoot for Zaha Hadid Architects in Azerbaijan was one of those rare occasions these days where Nick and I both travelled together and shot a project at the same time.”
“It is a huge project and we only had two days to shoot it, so it really needed both of us,” he told to Deezen. “The winning shot is a classic example of how we try to capture and communicate architecture through our images.” He and partner Nick Hufton had three shots of the building in the shortlist.
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