The VIVEK PUNJABI VISIONS AWARD  for the best 3d visualization by a student of architecture in India recently concluded its first edition along with Dialogues, an event curated by Sanjay Puri.

In the memory of Vivek Punjabi who launched one of the first 3d rendering studios in India called Visions, this award seeks to encourage students towards a better representation of the designs they create in colleges.

Vivek Punjabi was a pioneer in this field beginning to specialize in 3d representation as early as 1996 when design studios and architects in India had just begun to learn software programmes like AutoCAD.

Over 200 entries were received from across the country for the inaugural awards.

 

These were judged by Shilpa Punjabi, Sanjay Puri, Sonali Bhagwati, Zarir Mullan, Gayathri Shetty & Yatin Patel.

The winner Kunal Bhoge, student from National Institute of Technology, Raipur was adjudged the overall winner & won a trophy, certificate and a cash prize of Rs.100,000/-

The first runner up, Bharat Ahuja, student from Giani Zail Singh CCET College, Bhathinda won Rs. 40,000/-.

The second runner up , Keshav Rathi,, student from School of Architecture, IPS Academy, Indore won Rs 25,000/-

In addition , 3 commendations were given to :-

  • Shubham Majumder – Hindustan University , Chennai
  • Vimal John – RVS KVK School of Architecture, Trichy
  • Mohammad Azhar – Gateway College of Architecture & Design , Sonipat

The overall winner Kunal Bhoge was given the award in the Taj Falaknuma Palace Hotel, Hyderabad during Dialogues with the attendance of 40 of the leading architecture & interior design firms in India.

 

These awards will be held annually to celebrate the best 3d visualization by students of architecture pan India says Sanjay Puri as an encouragement to them as well as keeping the memory of late Vivek Punjabi alive .

 

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