The winner of this year’s Photo of the Year competition takes on today’s most urgent question, Climate, asking how we as architects in the posthuman can learn from and be inspired by nature’s own constructions.
For the third year in a row, Aarhus School of Architecture is hosting the international architecture photo competition Photo of the Year.
The theme of this year’s competition, Architectural Landscapes, is focused on the interaction of architecture and landscape – or the lack of it. In a time when landscape and nature are undergoing dramatic transformation, we wish to address how architectural and landscape photography can help spark debate and engage in the conversation about how we plan and build in interaction with nature.
The winner was selected amongst 185 entries by a jury consisting of Louise Wolthers, Christina Capetillo, Mikkel Frost, Claudia Carbone and Torben Nielsen. The competition is sponsored by Dinesen and Dreyers Fond.