One Rendering Challenge: Revealing the Best 100 Architectural Renderings

We’re thrilled to announce the Finalists for Architizer’s first ever architectural rendering competition!

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The wait is finally over. Every entry has been carefully reviewed, and we’re thrilled to announce the 100 Finalists for the first ever One Rendering Challenge! Without further ado, click the button below to head to the gallery, and enjoy some seriously stunning architectural renderings:

View the 100 Finalists

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Every one of these drawings will be published in the inaugural One Rendering Challenge eBook, an incredible visual feast of architectural storytelling. This publication will go live later this year and be shared throughout Architizer’s huge online community, so watch out for it! Check out the recently-released One Drawing Challenge eBook for a taste of what’s to come.

The judging process to decide our top winners is now officially underway, with our stellar line up of expert jurors reviewing each drawing in minute detail. They will be judging the drawings based on the competition criteria to come up with their top drawings.

The winners will be announced on Tuesday, February 4th, 2020.

The jurors’ rankings will be converted into scores, which will then give us our two Top Winners and 10 Runners-up. As a reminder, the two Top Winners will receive:

Total prize value per top winner: $4,975

10 Runners-Up will receive:

Total prize value per runner-up: $735

We’ve been overwhelmed by the response to our first ever architectural rendering competition — thank you to everyone who entered! As we await the winners’ announcement, join in the hype by following the hashtag #OneRenderingChallenge on Instagram and Twitter, and stay tuned for more exciting competitions from Architizer, soon to be revealed…

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Top image: Neue Nationalgalerie in the Rain by Romuald Chaigneau, featured by One Rendering Juror Ronen Bekerman

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