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Discover the Arcaid Images Architectural Photography Awards 2017 — From an endless atrium in South Africa to a flag-covered facade in Singapore, here are the images nominated as the best architecture photograph of the year.

The shortlist was selected by a panel of judges that included Royal Academy of Arts curator Kate Goodwin, Klein Dytham Architecture founders Mark Dytham and Astrid Klein, photographers Richard Bryant and Matt Emmett, and designer Andrew Chen. There are 20 photographs recognized in the Arcaid Images Architectural Photography Awards 2017, all of them will be exhibited at the World Architecture Festival in Berlin next month, during which the winner will be announced.

Therefore, Daily Design News proudly presents you the best architecture photograph 2017’s full shortlist. CHECK IT OUT!


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Baan Mom private residence, Bangkok, Thailand, by Integrated Field

 

Tianrenhe Museum, Hangzhou, China, by HHDFUN, photographed by Zhenfei Wang

 

Gymnasium of the New Campus of Tianjin University, China, by Atelier Li Xinggang, photographed by Terrence Zhang

 

Dongzhuang Building Museum of the Western Regions, China, by Xinjiang Wind Architectural Design & Research Institute, photographed by Yao Li

 

Ponte City Apartments, Johannesburg, South Africa, photographed by Ryan Koopmans

 

North wall of the Revel Casino, Atlantic City, New Jersey, USA, photographed by Brian Rose

 

Sumida Hokusai Museum, Tokyo, Japan, by Kazuyo Sejima, photographed by Laurian Ghinitoiu

 

SALA Ayutthaya Hotel, Thailand, by Onion, photographed by Wison Tungthunya

 

Samsung Electronics HQ building in San Jose, California, USA, by NBBJ, photographed by David Crawford

 

Bosjes Chapel, Ceres, Cape Town, South Africa, by Steyn Studio, photographed by Adam Letch

 

Office building, Beijing, China, photographed by Tom Stahl

 

Derby Arena Velodrome, UK, by Faulkner Brown Architects, photographed by Martine Hamilton

 

Selegie House, Singapore, by the Housing and Development Board, photographed by Siyuan Ma

 

ARoS Aarhus Kunstmuseum, Denmark, by Schmidt Hammer Lassen and Olafur Eliasson, photographed by David Borland

 

Gymnasium of the New Campus of Tianjin University, China, by Atelier Li Xinggang, photographed by Terrence Zhang

 

Museum of the Pop Culture (formerly known as the EMP Museum), Seattle, USA, by Frank Gehry, photographed by Conchi Martínez

 

Black Rock Lighthouse Service at Burning Man, Nevada, USA, photographed by Tom Stahl

 

Messner Mountain Museum Corones, South Tyrol, Italy, by Zaha Hadid Architects, photographed by Tom Roe

 

Folk Art Museum, China Academy of Arts, Hangzhou, China, by Kengo Kuma, photographed by Terrence Zhang

 


Choi Hung Estate, Hong Kong, photographed by Fabio Mantovani

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Source: dezeen.com