Stantiall's Studio has won multiple national and international awards for our Architectural Visualizations, including awards from the American Society of Architectural Illustrators (ASAI), The Japanese Architectural Renderer's Association (JARA), and the New Zealand Institute of Architects (NZIA).
Below is a list of the awards that Stantiall's Studio has won.
JUROR RENDERING AWARD, ASAI 2017
Stantiall's Studio entered the American Society of Architectural Illustrators 'Architecture in Perspective 32' competition and were thrilled to have been awarded the prestigious 'Vince Hunter Juror Rendering Award', one of the top 11 awards from a field of 400 international entries, for its rendering of The Silo Park Development, Wynard Quarter, Auckland.
This winning image was commissioned by the Auckland City Council in collaboration with Taylor Cullity Lethlean and Wraight + Associates.
AWARD OF EXCELLENCE, ASAI 2016
We were honoured to receive another 'Award of Excellence from the prestigious international body - The American Society of Architectural Illustrators (ASAI).
The illustration, titled "A Place to Remember" was created to visualise a memorial for those who lost their lives in the 2011 Christchurch earthquake. The memorial was designed by Wraight Athfield Landscape Architecture as an entry for a competition run by the Christchurch Earthquake Commission to create a memorial for the city.
OCEAN EXPLORATION CENTRE, JARA 2014
The Japanese Architectural Renderers Association (JARA) invited Stantiall's Studio to submit an illustration for their prestigious National Traveling Exhibition. Shows were held at the Itoya Gallery in Tokyo, Osaka City Hall Gallery and the Nagoya Central Art Gallery.
The illustration was created as part of a series to visualize the Ocean Exploration Centre in Wellington, designed by Athfield Architects.
JUROR AWARD, ASAI 2013
We were honoured to receive this award for the image of Kinloch Club from the esteemed USA based watercolourist and one of three AIP Jurors, Michael Reardon, who commented that this was "An image that took my breath away!"
The illustration was commissioned by Patterson Associates.
NZIA PRESIDENT'S AWARD 2012
It was with great pleasure that Ian Stantiall accepted his President's Award from NZIA President Patrick Clifford at the institute's glittering Awards Dinner at Te Papa.
"Through his painterly visualisations of as-yet unrealised projects, Ian Stantiall provides a valuable and even flattering service for many New Zealand architects. He has always pursued a thoroughly collaborative approach, and never fails to meet his own standards and his client's expectations." citation from the NZIA website
BEST OF SHOW, VAD EXHIBITION 2011
A large number of images were submitted for the AAAI Visualizing Architectural Design (VAD) Exhibition, Tokyo 2011 and Ian Stantiall's "End of Day - End of Wharf" was not only selected for the exhibition, but attained BEST OF SHOW.
One of the three highly respected international jurors was American Architectural Illustrator Chris Grubbs. "I just got back from a very lovely evening. It wasn't a real experience in a place that even exists yet. I was inhabiting a wonderful drawing."
AWARD OF EXCELLENCE, ASAI 2011
We were honoured again to have received an 'Award of Excellence' from The American Society of Architectural Illustrators (ASAI).
The image, one in a series of illustrations for Rotorua's proposed Lakefront Development, was commissioned to interpret the plans for the City's 50 year vision by Wraight + Associates Ltd and team Athfield Architects Ltd, Assembly Architects Ltd, McIndoe Urban and Natural Textures.
AWARD OF EXCELLENCE, ASAI 2008
"Ian Stantiall has now joined a prestigious group earning one of the highest honors the Architectural Illustration profession can bestow.” Ric Heldt, President of American Society of Architectural Illustrators (ASAI).
The proposed Oihi Chapel, designed by Auckland architect Pip Cheshire of Cheshire Architects, is planned for
the site in the Bay of Islands that was occupied by the first European mission and by a Maori village.
JARA EXHIBITION, TOKYO 2008
In 2006, the Japanese Architectural Renderers Association invited Stantiall's Studio to submit an illustration for their prestigious National Traveling Exhibition. Shows were held at the Itoya Gallery in Tokyo, Osaka City Hall Gallery and the Nagoya Central Art Gallery.
The illustration was created as part of a series to visualize Glendhu Bay Development, a golf course and housing development in Lake Wanaka, designed by Darby Partners.
AWARD OF EXCELLENCE, ASAI 2002
Ian Stantiall won his first 'Award of Excellence' from the American Society of Architectural Illustrators (ASAI) for his pen and pencil sketch of Clearwater Resort, the Christchurch residential and golf development designed by architects Warren and Mahoney.