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Last edited 26 Jan 2021
CIOB holds the Art of Building photo contest
There are two awards: the £1,500 Judges’ Prize, chosen by the judges, and the £1,500 Public Choice Award chosen by the public through an online vote. Winners will be announced following the judges and public voting rounds.
Caroline Gumble, Chief Executive of the CIOB and part of the judging panel for this year, said:
“I am proud to be involved again this year in my second CIOB Art of Building competition. Every year I am inspired by the beauty that the public see in the world’s structures, and I greatly look forward to seeing what’s submitted this time. As someone who can’t resist taking photos of buildings and construction sites and architecture, I know there must be lots of people out there with amazing and stimulating images to share.”
This article originally appeared on the CIOB website under the headline, 'CIOB launches global search for best built environment picture'. It was published on 12 October 2020.
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