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Photos: Nee Deyie / Jiaxing Train Station by MAD Architects

Portfolio - Transport Hubs

Part of The Architectural Photography Awards 2022

Open Judging Results
Brief

4-6 images of the same building. A transport hub is a place where passengers and cargo are exchanged between vehicles and/or between transport modes. Public transport hubs include railway stations, rapid transit stations, bus stops, tram stops, airports and ferry slips and could extend to car parks, cycle and scooter facilities. The judges will be assessing the most powerful collective of between four and six images.

Winners in the Architectural Photography Awards will share a $4,250 (USD) cash prize fund, and gain exposure through the World Architecture Festival.

Prize details

There are three awards in the competition – the Overall award, the Portfolio category award, and the Mobile category award – with two winners in each.

In the overall award, the jury's chosen winner will take home $2,000, and the WAF delegates' winner will receive $1,000.

The jury's portfolio winner will receive $750, and the WAF delegates' portfolio winner will win $250.

In the mobile category, the jury's favourite will win $150, with $100 going to the delegates' choice.

The awards will have exposure via the World Architecture Festival. The format is yet to be established owing to uncertainty of international COVID-19 regulations.

The winners will be announced during The World Architecture Festival, Lisbon, the evening of Friday 3rd December 2021.

How it works

To enter this contest a portfolio of your work is needed. Your portfolio will be automatically entered into the contest when the required number of photos have been added.

This contest is expert judged only with no rating by the crowd. You will be able to find out how you did when the judging or rating period has closed.

Entries close
28 August 2022

Judging
28 August 2022 to 2 December 2022

Winners announced
2 December 2022

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