For our 34th Annual International Conference, we traveled to Tinseltown! This year’s event, “AIP Goes to Hollywood,” included students, professionals and enthusiasts of architecture and environmental art came from around the world to engage in an open conversation on the relationship between  architectural illustration in 3D environments, architecture, cinema gaming, matte painting, photography and VR/AR. Attendees of the conference complimented, President Keely Colcleugh of Kilograph on her ability to put together a speaker lineup that was eclectic and inspiring.

A key component of the Architecture in Perspective 34 Conference was to provide an expanded scope of the event with a diverse speaker panel and to allow ample opportunities for alumni and new attendees to network and engage with each other during a variety of networking and learning opportunities including:

The final event of the conference was the awards ceremony where award winners from 2019’s AIP competition received their awards with the highest honor of the Hugh Ferriss Memorial Prize being presented to Corey Harper of TILTPIXEL during a special ceremony. Other awards given were Lifetime Achievement awards presented to Masaaki Yamada and Tina Bryant.

ASAI is extremely grateful for the glowing feedback already received from attendees and panelists, as well as for the tremendous support from our volunteers, venue partners, conference partners and sponsors.

We look forward to seeing you in 2020 in Berlin, Germany where Sergei Tchoban has already begun the planning for the 35th Architecture in Perspective International Conference. The dates for the conference are October 14-17, 2020. Details will be announced on the website along with the professional and student competition starting at the beginning of the new year. SAVE THE DATE!

PS. Did you take photos while at the conference? We would love to see them. Please send us your favorites!

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