The Architecture Drawing Prize (TADP) celebrates and showcases the art and skill of architectural drawing in three categories: hand-drawn, digital and hybrid. Established in 2017 by Make Architects, the Prize has become a leading international platform for discourse around architectural drawing with both shortlisted and winning entries exhibited at Sir John Soane’s Museum in London.
Currently in its 7th year, The Architecture Drawing Prize continues to celebrate the art of drawing in three categories: hand-drawn, digital and hybrid. Sponsored by Iris Ceramica Group, the Prize has attracted a record number of entries with nearly 250 drawings from around the world.
We are delighted to announce this year’s category winners!
The 2023 winner of the hand-drawn category is ‘Grundtvig’ by Ben Johnson (click to see photo). The ink drawing is inspired by the 1920s Grundtvig Church in Copenhagen made using six million bricks.
Eugene Tan was selected as the 2023 digital category winner. His drawing ‘The Archatographic Map of the Incomplete Landscape on Pedra Branca’(click to see photo) explores the vulnerability of our planet, more specifically in Singapore.
The 2023 hybrid category winner is ‘(Re)membering the See Monster’ by Eldry John Infante (click to see photo). It renders the transformation of a defunct oil platform and welcomes discussions that go beyond a structure’s physicality.
The winning drawings will be displayed at the World Architecture Festival in Singapore (29 November – 1 December 2023). Sir John Soane’s Museum in London will exhibit both the winning and shortlisted drawings from 31 January to 3 March 2024.
The Overall Winner of The Architecture Drawing Prize will be announced ahead of the exhibition as part of a webinar hosted by Sir John Soane’s Museum on 29 January 2024.