RMJM’s search for the best photograph of our buildings as part of the #RMJMphoto competition ended on Friday 27th October with ten images making the final shortlist. The shortlisted images (showcased below) best convey the spirit of RMJM and capture iconic buildings, often in dramatic settings or landscapes. The ten images will now be judged by RMJM architects and designers before a winner is announced in the coming weeks.

RMJM’s Gate to the East is the most frequently featured building in the shortlist which is no surprise given it’s photogenic structure and environment. Informations Commons, in Sheffield, is listed twice while there are also projects featured from China, Portugal, USA, Dubai and Russia. The winning photograph will be unveiled on the RMJM blog and social media channels, while the winning photographer will have their work framed and placed in every RMJM studio across the world and will receive a £250 cash prize.

RELATED CONTENT

Winner_RMJMCompetition

And the Winner of the #RMJMphoto Competition is…

All, News | No Comments
RMJM's search for the best photograph of one of our buildings as part of the #RMJMphoto Instagram competition has reached its conclusion with the winning photograph pictured below. The image,...
JW_Marriot_Blog

RMJM Discusses Hotel Design in UAE

All, News | No Comments
Neil van der Veen, Principal at RMJM Dubai, was invited to attend a panel discussion on the hospitality industry this week. The event, hosted by HM Consul General, British Embassy...
RMJM_GlobalConference

RMJM Design Awards 2017

All, News | No Comments
RMJM's Global Conference is now a permanent fixture in the company's calendar with the RMJM Design Awards of particular importance to the firm's architects in attendance. This year's award ceremony...
Cityscape_Winner

RMJM Wins Cityscape Award

All, News | No Comments
RMJM is delighted to announce that it has won a Cityscape Global Award for the Gate Avenue at DIFC development. The award was given out at the Cityscape gala dinner and gratefully...

Leave a Reply