Results Announcement Date:
September 30, 2023
Ankita Patanwadia from India
Athulya Aby from India
Pinru Zhu, Jun Zhao from U.S.
Victoria Tyshchenko from Armenia
Shreya Deb Roy from India
Miral Rana from India
The Archiol Building Material Essay Competition was conceived with a noble purpose – to unravel the rich tapestry of building materials used in architecture. We sought to delve into their origins, delve into their durability, and explore their influence on architectural form and function. Through this competition, we aimed to celebrate the intrinsic value of these materials and the architects, builders, and visionaries who wield them to shape our built environment.
The response to this competition has been nothing short of remarkable. We received an array of insightful essays that showcased a deep understanding of the multifaceted world of building materials. Participants from all corners of the globe demonstrated their passion for architecture and their commitment to the pursuit of knowledge. The diversity of perspectives and the depth of research were truly inspiring.
As we unveil the results today, let us remember that this competition is not just about winners and losers. It is a celebration of the enduring curiosity that drives us to explore, learn, and innovate. It is a testament to the power of collective wisdom and the boundless potential of architecture to shape a better world.
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Materials in . . .First PlaceAnkita PatanwadiaIndia
Bamboo Craftsmanship Of . . .Second PlaceAthulya AbyIndia
FLAXibility: What if . . .Third PlacePinru Zhu, Jun ZhaoU.S.
Strawcrete: Building a . . .Honorable MentionVictoria TyshchenkoArmenia
Enhancing Endurance and . . .Honorable MentionShreya Deb RoyIndia
The Re-Rise of Wood – . . .Honorable MentionMiral RanaIndia