Architecture photography competition shows how incredible the built world is

Architecture photography competition shows how incredible the built world is
(Image credit: Pedro Luis Ajuriaguerra Saiz)

The annual architecture photography competition 'Art of Building', run by the Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB), has announced the winners of its prestigious contest, which is currently celebrating its tenth year. Created to celebrate the creativity of the construction industry and the passion of the people who work within it, this year's competition awarded two cash prizes worth £1,500 each for the Public Choice Award and the Judge's Prize. 

Photographers from over 100 countries submitted thousands of stunning photos of the built world to the Art of Building competition, which selected 12 finalists. These photographers were then voted upon by the public to decide the Public Choice Award.

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