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INTERNATIONAL RENDERING COMPETITION

THE UNKNOWN RENDER CHALLENGE

RESULTS!

FOREWORD

The Unknown is an architectural rendering competition organized by artuminate in association with archiol, this competition received 137 entries from around the world.


Scroll down to check the winning entries.

TOP 3

PIXELS EXPLODED

Purva Jain

FIRST

Jellyfishing village

Huang Jiayu & Zhang Yumeng

SECOND

The Unknown

Yue Wu

THIRD

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FIRST PRIZE WINNER

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PROJECT TITLE

PIXELS EXPLODED

©Purva Jain

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©Purva Jain

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JURY COMMENTS

Jury Comments:

"You dont mention it, but in a world where architects are now designing for the metaverse... whatever that is... our concepts for our digital / physical worlds need to transcend the real and enter into the unknown. The way you have articulated your idea in text and image sits well together and begins to form the idea for me of what our future digital spaces may become? See where this research may take you, its produced a nice aesthetic and way of thinking + writing."

-Lawrence Daykin

AUTHORS DETAILS

Purva Jain

 

SECOND PRIZE WINNER

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PROJECT TITLE

Jellyfishing village

©Huang Jiayu

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©Huang Jiayu

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JURY COMMENTS

Jury Comments:

"Your idea is morally and ecologically loaded, and an interesting concept - I am confused as to whether your solution would be ecologically beneficial to the ocean as a whole - but perhaps that is the unknown, this is the question your project asks, are we finding the right balance between human and nature?
Great visual with a good balance between 2D and 3D - I like that your visual encompasses a concept and not a completed project."

-Lawrence Daykin

AUTHORS DETAILS

Huang Jiayu & Zhang Yumeng

 

THIRD PRIZE WINNER

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PROJECT TITLE

The Unknown

©Yue Wu

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©Yue Wu

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JURY COMMENTS

Jury Comments:

"Unfortunatly when we look at the world of plants they ARE made up of complex + ordered assemblages - there is a lot of documentation to this point. Research your concept in greater depth. However your area of study is unique and i like where you are going, the visual does communicate this well and draws me in - i would like to know more, how can this project grow?"

-Lawrence Daykin

AUTHORS DETAILS

Yue Wu