©Dhruv Bhatia & Vasudev K Gaur

Concrete in Architecture Winners Announced!

Foreword

Concrete in architecture is an architecture competition organized by archiol in association with artuminate. Concrete is an important material in the field of architecture and construction.
The competition aimed at understanding the past, present, and future of concrete as a building material used in architectural construction?
Concrete in architecture competition received 98 entries, Scroll down to check out the winning entries.

First Prize Winner!

Concrete in Architecture: Figure & Ground By Dhruv Bhatia & Vasudev K Gaur

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Concrete in Architecture: Figure & Ground By Dhruv Bhatia & Vasudev K Gaur

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Concrete in Architecture: Figure & Ground

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Dhruv Bhatia & Vasudev K Gaur _ 1st Prize winners


Dhruv Bhatia

I am Dhruv Bhatia, a 19 year old Architecture student at School of Planning &Architecture, Bhopal, India currently in my third year out of the five-year major. Born and brought up in New Delhi, the capital city of India, I have been fortunate enough to experience the diversity of cultures, art and architecture. I am a keen observer who believes in developing frameworks that define design approach and integrates every aspect of human life. As an admirer of the heritage, I believe in finding a comprehensive solution to preserve what now has become a door to the past.


Vasudev K Gaur

I am a 3rd year Architecture student at School of Planning and Architecture, Bhopal. I firmly believe that architecture is synonymous to long term commitment to exploring and learning; and that those who consider it merely as creation of spaces occupying volumes never understood the essence of this major. I am of the opinion that the more demanding the client is or the elaborate the design problem is; the more absorbing its design process becomes and the more appealing the building turns out to be. Writing has always been a pastime for me, and inspecting & writing about the innovative prospects in the field of the construction fascinates me furthermore. As a future architect, my goal is to bring socially expressive and thought-provoking structures to life.

 

Second Prize Winner!

The Archipelago of Concrete By Nidhi Khot, Laxaree Sawant & Neha Jayasanker

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The Archipelago of Concrete By Nidhi Khot, Laxaree Sawant & Neha Jayasanker

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The Archipelago of Concrete By Nidhi Khot, Laxaree Sawant & Neha Jayasanker

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The Archipelago of Concrete

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Nidhi Khot, Laxaree Sawant & Neha Jayasanker_2nd prize winners


Neha, Nidhi & Laxaree

We are students of 3rd year of B. Arch at Rachana Sansad's Academy of Architecture in Mumbai, India. Writing has always been a creative outlet for us, and we believe it is a powerful tool of expression. We aspire our words to be strong enough to induce a spark in this world and create a niche for ourselves.


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Third Prize Winner!

A Concrete Belief By Harika Gandi & Sarmada Madhulika

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A Concrete Belief By Harika Gandi & Sarmada Madhulika

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A Concrete Belief

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Harika Gandi & Sarmada Madhulika _ 3rd prize winners


Harika Gandi

My name is Harika, I am an Architect, Artist and Professor with over 5 years of experience working closely with Architects, Artists, International experts, policy makers & students across the country. I graduated in Bachelor of Architecture from Andhra University and earned my Masters’ degree in Psychology from Andhra University. Being a continuous learner, I am currently pursuing my Masters in Environmental Design from JNAFAU, Hyderabad.

Besides being the co-founder of the firm Sargah Architects, my true passion for working with young learners, sharing knowledge, and interacting with them has motivated me to pursue my career in teaching where I work as Assistant Professor at Sri Venkateswara College of Architecture, Hyderabad and Visiting Faculty at Sri Venkateswara College of Fine Arts, Hyderabad. My teaching philosophy is to create a community of learners who are design thinkers, who create sustainable solutions and are rooted to Human and Environmental centric designs, making this world a better place to live in.


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SarmadaMadhulika Kone

An architect and urbanist whose work is inclined towards developing socially responsible design solutions. She worked on multiple residential towers in Navi-Mumbai, 2015-16. She is now the Founder and Principal Architect at Saṛgaḥ Architects, Hyderabad, India. She received her Master of Planning in Urban Development from Maulana Azad National Institute of Technology, India in 2017 and a Bachelors of Architecture from the School of Planning and Architecture, Vijayawada, India in 2014. As an urbanist, her research interests are in People-centric Cities and ICT interventions in Participatory Planning. Her latest publication is “Smart Public Participation: An inquiry into the role of process and technology” in the book ICT Solutions for Improving Smart Communities in Asia, 2021.


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Honorable Mention

Concrete as a building material | SPA 2021 Nature’s Balance By Rosa Estela Santi & Mario Blanco

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Concrete as a building material | SPA 2021 Nature’s Balance By Rosa Estela Santi & Mario Blanco

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Rosa Estela Santi & Mario Blanco _ Honourable mention


Rosa Santi

An architect graduated with more than 10 years of experience in architectural design. I consider it important to look back and learn from our ancestors and the magnificence of the works and then incorporate that value into the present, generating a warm and comfortable environment to improve the quality of life.


Mario Blanco 

An environmentally concerned scientist who loves architecture as a way to influence human thought and responsible lifestyles.  He approaches the design of spaces from a poetic and psychological poetic point of view.  Growing up he wanted to study architecture but the lack of opportunities in this field at the time made him gravitate towards science and philosophy.

 

Honorable Mention

Concrete must Evolve By Prabowo Hanifianto

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Concrete must Evolve By Prabowo Hanifianto

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Concrete must Evolve

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Prabowo Hanifianto _ Honourable Mention

Honorable Mention

Innovations in chinese classical garden architecture By Ce Sun, Zhaojun Pan & Shien Jiang

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Innovations in chinese classical garden architecture By Ce Sun, Zhaojun Pan & Shien Jiang

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Innovations in chinese classical garden architecture By Ce Sun, Zhaojun Pan & Shien Jiang

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Innovations in chinese classical garden architecture

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Ce Sun, Zhaojun Pan & Shien Jiang

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SHORTLISTED Entries

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