The Architecture Drawing Prize (TADP) celebrates and showcases the art and skill of architectural drawing in three categories: hand-drawn, digital and hybrid. Established in 2017 by Make Architects, the Prize has become a leading international platform for discourse around architectural drawing with both shortlisted and winning entries exhibited at Sir John Soane's Museum in London.


2024 will be a fallow year for the prize and will be returning in 2025.

The Architecture Drawing Prize is a collaboration between Make, Sir John Soane’s Museum and the World Architecture Festival (WAF). The annual drawing competition, sponsored by Iris Ceramica Group since 2022, receives entries from around the world across its three categories: hand-drawn, digital and hybrid. Past and present judges include Make founder Ken Shuttleworth, artists Ben Langlands and Nikki Bell, Lily Jencks of Lily Jencks Studio, and Foster + Partners’ head of design communications Narinder Sagoo.

The 2023 winning and shortlisted drawings were exhibited at Sir John Soane’s Museum from 31 January–3 March, 2024. The overall winner and category winners were also displayed at World Architecture Festival 2023.

    THE 2023 WEBINAR

    THE 2023 WINNERS

    THE 2022 WINNERS


    Drawing prize archive

    2021 winners and shortlist

    Take a look at the 2021 winners and shortlist drawings across its three categories: Hand-drawn, Digital and Hybrid.

    View the 2020 virtual exhibition

    During the pandemic, the usual exhibition of drawings couldn’t take place at the Sir John Soane’s Museum. Make Architects, therefore, produced a virtual gallery of all the previous winners to be enjoyed by audiences at any time all across the world.


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    Follow The Architecture Drawing Prize Instagram account and join in the conversation.

    TADP blog

    Read the latest blog posts from the Architecture Drawing Prize, created by Make.



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