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Winner

Name: Paul Nicholls
Company/School: PDN Studio
State/Province: london
Country: United Kingdom
Credits: WEBSITE: http://www.pauldnicholls.com/
EMAIL: info@pauldnicholls.com
Notes: Film made as part of my masters course in architecture at the Bartlett UCL. Explores sinthetic simulated environments. Made in 3ds max, krakatoa, fume fx, thinking particles, realflow vray and after effects.

Nominee

Name: Olivia Freeman
Company/School: Squint/Opera
State/Province: UK
Country: United Kingdom
Credits: Gateshead
Created by Squint Opera
Director: Nick Taylor
3D Lead: Ziatina Pancheva, James Shaw
2D lead: James Merry
Team: Dan Fells, Andy Spence, Vadim Charles, John Human, Fareen Farid
Notes: Squint developed a graphic style of rendering and animation to clearly communicate the key ideas behind their teams proposals in the bid to win a large commission to build and manage a swathe of new housing in Gateshead in the north of England. The competition commission was to take on the task of re-inventing the cities residential housing sector, to diversify and upgrade the regional market. The film was the cherry on the cake in their presentation to the local government.  In the words of the client: “To say that it ‘wowed’ Gateshead would be an understatement!!”. The team won the competition and secured on-going work for the next few decades.
Name: Tianyi Zhu
Company/School: Tianyizhucg
State/Province: Hunan
Country: China
Credits: Tianyi Zhu
Name: Olivia Freeman
Company/School: Squint/Opera
State/Province: UK
Country: United Kingdom
Credits: Stonehenge
Created by Squint Opera.
Director: Nick Taylor
3D lead: Nick Taylor
2D lead: Ollie Alsop
Team: Sam Norland, Sam Britton (sound/music), Dan Fells
Notes:Commissioned by English Heritage, this film describes proposals to vastly improve the setting of Stonehenge, and to rethink the way it is experienced by the tens of thousands of people who visit the site every month.Using a combination of carefully manipulated live footage and animated diagrams, the film gives an overview of the entire project, outlining the key problems, and visualising the way the new designs solve
them.
Name: Marcel Vrieswijk
Company/School: PlusOne
State/Province: Noord Holland / Amsterdam
Country: Netherlands

Credits: Design/Direction
Martijn Hogenkamp

Production
Marcel Vrieswijk

D.O.P.
Bob Joosten (indoor),
Martijn Hogenkamp (outdoor)

Actors
Latifa, Ger & Hennie, Ibrahim

3D Modeling/Animation/Tracking
Tim van der Wiel, Elias Widerdal

Rotoscoping
Geert Jansen, Marcel Vrieswijk,
Elias Widerdal

Keying
Geert Jansen

Compositing/Editing/Grading
Martijn Hogenkamp

Music
Bas “Inf” te Braak

Sounddesign/Foley
Matthias Kiewiet

Client
Doreen van ‘t Spijker,
Jose van der Loos, Ruud Huiberts

Notes:The city district Amsterdam Osdorp recently merged with Slotervaart and Geuzenveld-Slotermeer and was given the name Amsterdam Nieuw-West. This change also meant the end of 20 years of restructuring urbanized areas. To celebrate everything achieved, a book was published. ‘The Metamorphosis of Osdorp’ gives an overview of the architectural highlights. We were asked to create an intriguing video, featuring the buildings we find most characteristic.Restructuring urbanized areas isn’t all about aesthetics. That is why we chose to put emphasis on the architects and especially it’s inhabitants and the surrounding of the buildings. To achieve this, we decided to combine live action video with 2D- and 3D-animation. Herewith we were able to complement reality with our interpretation of the most important factors of restructuring urbanized areas.
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