Alpár Kató | Dec 8, 2018 | 2
Hungarian Brick Visual won Architizer Award
Brick Visual just won both the public and the jury voting at Architizer’s A+ Awards in the rendering and modeling category with their Geneva project, reported index.hu.
Architizer’s awards are a prestigious recognition in the field or architecture. This is the largest awards program focused on promoting and celebrating the year’s best architecture products. These awards are bigger than just the architectural communities. Entries are judged by a panel of more than 400 distinguished luminaries and thought leaders from fields as diverse as fashion, publishing, product design, real estate development and tech. Finalists and winners are recognized as the year’s most influential visionaries.
This is not the first time when Hungarians get awards at the Architizer’s A+ Awards, we are definitely good at architectural visualization. Two years ago we reported that three Hungarian architect groups won at the Architizer Awards.
The entry deadline was back in April, and while the jury voted in June, we still had to wait another month for the public vote. The public voting ended on the 20th of July, and the winners were announced on the 3oth. The Champ du Chateau won both the jury and the public award in its category: Concepts — Plus-Architecture + Models and Rendering.
Brick Visual is usually working on projects abroad, the one they won with, the Champ du Chateau Project was designed for Geneva. It is beautiful, but at the moment, it is only a design. Let us hope that it gets built soon.
Brick Visual said that it was an honor to be nominated and a confirmation that Hungarian architectural visualization as a profession is holding its own even at an international scale. Winning the public vote shows the strength of the community, mostly other artists who voted in their favor. But the award of the jury is an unbelievable success.
Featured image: Brick Visual