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KRob 2010 Winners Announced
Posted: Monday, November 15, 2010 |

Winners in the professional and student categories have recently been announced at the 36th Annual Ken Roberts Memorial Delineation Competition, the most senior architectural drawing competition currently in operation anywhere in the world. The 2010 jury included Dan Wood, AIA, LEED AP, Co-Founder and Partner, WORK Architecture Company; Gary M. Cunningham, FAIA, Founder and President, Cunningham Architects; and Namanand Henderson, Editor of our sister site Archinect.com. Read more about Namanand's experience in the jury and in Dallas in this Archinect Feature.

These are the winning entries:

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Winner - Best in Show, Best in Category - Professional Hand: James Thompson, AIA, LITTLE (PROFESSIONAL HAND )

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Winner - Best in Show, Best in Category - Professional Hand: James Thompson, AIA, LITTLE (PROFESSIONAL HAND )

Winner - Best in Category - International: Pascal Bronner, MArch
BARTLETT SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE, UCL, LONDON, UK (INTERNATIONAL - STUDENT DIGITAL/MIXED)

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Winner - Best in Category - International: Pascal Bronner, MArch BARTLETT SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE, UCL, LONDON, UK (INTERNATIONAL - STUDENT DIGITAL/MIXED)

Winner - Best in Category - Student Digital/Mixed: Joshua Moratto, SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTURE (STUDENT DIGITAL/MIXED)

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Winner - Best in Category - Student Digital/Mixed: Joshua Moratto, SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTURE (STUDENT DIGITAL/MIXED)

Winner - Best in Category - Physical Submission: Brad Sliva, BARTLETT SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE (PHYSICAL SUBMISSION | STUDENT)

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Winner - Best in Category - Physical Submission: Brad Sliva, BARTLETT SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE (PHYSICAL SUBMISSION | STUDENT)

Winner - Best in Category - Student Hand: Jamie Wallace, UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT ARLINGTON (STUDENT HAND)

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Winner - Best in Category - Student Hand: Jamie Wallace, UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT ARLINGTON (STUDENT HAND)

Winner - Best in Category - Professional Digital/Mixed: John Wang, ASAI, THE ARCHISTUDIO (PROFESSIONAL DIGITAL/MIXED)

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Winner - Best in Category - Professional Digital/Mixed: John Wang, ASAI, THE ARCHISTUDIO (PROFESSIONAL DIGITAL/MIXED)

Juror Citation: Qiaolun Huang, CORNELL UNIVERSITY (STUDENT DIGITAL/MIXED)

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Juror Citation: Qiaolun Huang, CORNELL UNIVERSITY (STUDENT DIGITAL/MIXED)

Juror Citation: Sang Dae Lee, Assoc. AIA, SOUTHEN CALIFORNIA INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTURE (PROFESSIONAL DIGITAL/MIXED)

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Juror Citation: Sang Dae Lee, Assoc. AIA, SOUTHEN CALIFORNIA INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTURE (PROFESSIONAL DIGITAL/MIXED)

Juror Citation: Cyrus Penarroyo, UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS - CHICAGO (STUDENT DIGITAL/MIXED)

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Juror Citation: Cyrus Penarroyo, UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS - CHICAGO (STUDENT DIGITAL/MIXED)

 

Find the 23 finalist entries in the image gallery below:

Finalist: Michael Hara, UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA (STUDENT DIGITAL/MIXED) Finalist: Gail Borden, AIA, BORDEN PARTNERSHIP / USC (PROFESSIONAL DIGITAL/MIXED) Finalist: Manuel Alcala, AIAS, WOODBURY UNIVERSITY (STUDENT DIGITAL/MIXED) Finalist: Volkan Alkanoglu, ARB, VOLKAN ALKANOGLU DESIGN (PROFESSIONAL HAND) Finalist: Mento Noci, RED CUBE SERIES (PROFESSIONAL HAND) Finalist: Orsolya Maza, A4STUDIO (INTERNATIONAL - PROFESSIONAL DIGITAL/MIXED) Finalist: Qiaolun Huang, CORNELL UNIVERSITY (STUDENT DIGITAL/MIXED) Finalist: Andrew Brorson, DAO ARCHITECTURE (PROFESSIONAL DIGITAL/MIXED) Finalist: Alexander Daxböck, TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY OF VIENNA (INTERNATIONAL - STUDENT DIGITAL/MIXED) Finalist: Yavar Saremi, THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT ARLINGTON (STUDENT HAND) Finalist: Jin Choi, CHOI+SHINE ARCHITECTS (PROFESSIONAL DIGITAL/MIXED) Finalist: Yaohua Wang, SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTURE (STUDENT DIGITAL/MIXED) Finalist: Jacob Brillhart, AIA, LEED AP, Professor, JACOB BRILLHART ARCHITECTS (PROFESSIONAL DIGITAL/MIXED) Finalist: Neill Scheiter, DRURY UNIVERSITY (STUDENT DIGITAL/MIXED) Finalist: Taylor Clark, AIAS, VIRGINIA TECH (STUDENT HAND) Finalist: Matthew Ducharme-Smith, URBAN A&O (PROFESSIONAL DIGITAL/MIXED) Finalist: Jeff Osburn, UNIVERSITY OF OKLAHOMA (STUDENT DIGITAL/MIXED) Finalist: Thomas Kelley, UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS AT CHICAGO (PROFESSIONAL DIGITAL/MIXED) Finalist: Ricardo Munoz, HARVARD GSD (STUDENT DIGITAL/MIXED) Finalist: Nataliya Eliseeva, ARCHITECT, MEMBER OF THE UNION OF ARCHITECTS OF RUSSIA (INTERNATIONAL - PROFESSIONAL HAND) Finalist: Paige Murphy, CORGAN ASSOCIATES (PHYSICAL SUBMISSION | PROFESSIONAL) Finalist: Sam Ringman, RINGMAN DESIGN + ILLUSTRATION (PHYSICAL SUBMISSION | PROFESSIONAL) Finalist: Kevin Scott, OLSON KUNDIG ARCHITECTS (PROFESSIONAL DIGITAL/MIXED)


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Comments:
chris
brooklyn
Tuesday, November 16, 2010
How come these drawings (Finalist: Manuel Alcala, AIAS, WOODBURY UNIVERSITY) aren't on listed on the KRob website?

too bad Nathan Freise didn't submit this year.

Julien Meyrat
Dallas
Tuesday, November 16, 2010
Chris,

All winners and finalists can be found on the KRobarch.com website under the "winners" tab. You can also find them by clicking the "best of show" image on the homepage. Manuel Alcala's image is there.

It turns out that Nathan's brother, Adam, did submit an entry this year. It was stunning in my opinion, but the jurors thought otherwise. Having overseen the competition during the last 3 years, I cannot overstate the fact that each group of jurors is different, and it is impossible to predict the outcome of their deliberations.

As usual, you can expect next year's KRob deadline to take place around late October followed by the announcement of the winners in early November.

Julien Meyrat, AIA
Ken Roberts Committee Chair
http://www.krobarch.com

AP
nyc
Saturday, November 20, 2010
Julien,

In my opinion, the fact that the competition isn't so predictable makes it far more interesting. I realize that I was part of a jury that awarded Nathan Freise for the 2nd time, but this year's jury illustrates (pun intended) that each group of jurors will arrive at different sets of values, and ultimately a different set of winning delineations. In any case, a great group of finalists/winners this year! Looking forward to the future of KRob!

Aaron

chris
brooklyn
Monday, November 22, 2010
Aaron and Julien,
Is there any argument against displaying a larger range of submittals including even those that were not finalists? In my opinion the KRob represents a benchmark every year as to where we are in the profession of architectural visualization. Perhaps Adam Freise's rendering was just something that the jury had seen before and were more intrigued by fresh ideas.

I think it would be great if all the submissions were displayed and there was a "peoples choice award". There is something to be learned from every illustration and hopefully one day the results culminate into a publication or show.

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