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Hufton + Crow wins Arcaid photography competition

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Hufton + Crow has won the International Arcaid Architectural Photographer of the Year competition for a photograph of the interior of Zaha Hadid’s Heydar Aliyev Centre

The photograph was the winner of the Interiors category, and was declared the overall winner of the competition, while Hufton + Crow was also the runner up in the Exteriors category for another photo of the Heydar Aliyev Cultural Centre in Baku, Azerbaijan.

Other winners of the photography competition include: Victor Romeo whose photograph of SOM’s Cayan Tower in Dubai won the Exteriors category; Inigo Bujedo Aguirre, whose image of the Encants Flea Market in Barcelona by B720 Arquitecture won in the Building In Use category; and Joao Morgado, whose photograph of Alvaro Siza Vieira’s Outdoor Swimming Pool in Leca de Palmeira, Portugla, won the Sense of Place category.

Outdoor Swimming Pool, Leca de Palmeira, Portugal by Alvaro Siza Vieira. Photo by Joao Morgado. Winner in Sense of Place category, 2014 International Arcaid Architectural Photographer of the Year competition.

Outdoor Swimming Pool, Leca de Palmeira, Portugal by Alvaro Siza Vieira. Photo by Joao Morgado. Winner in Sense of Place category, 2014 International Arcaid Architectural Photographer of the Year competition.

The judging panel narrowed down more than 600 entries to a shortlist of 20, which were then exhibited at the World Architecture Festival in Singapore where delegates votes on the eventual winners.

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