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Image Size and Naming Requirement Reminder: (3-5 .jpg file 3200 pixels wide by 1800 pixels tall and a minimum of 72 dpi. Images should be named to reflect project name, for example 123_Main_Street_1.jpg) One image must be a photograph of the project if constructed, balance can be photos or renderings.
Eligible entries must adhere to one of the categories below plus demonstrate that significant measures were taken to engage community and other local social agencies throughout the design and construction process. Only one project may be submitted per firm/AIA member in this category per year:
Eligible entries may be new construction, renovation or preservation/restoration projects. The project must be built work completed in the last 5 years. For multi-building projects, the Architect submitting the project (or portion thereof) must offer detailed evidence of authorship of each portion of the project.
Eligible entries may be new construction, renovation or preservation/restoration projects. The projects must be built work completed in the last 5 years.
Eligible entries are as described above for either the Architecture or Interior Architecture categories with a cap of 5,000sf and $5 million budget.
Eligible entries may be urban design projects, planning programs, civic improvements, campus plans, environmental programs, or redevelopment projects. The projects should not be individual buildings. Incomplete projects or ongoing programs may be recognized if a significant portion has been completed or implemented by a local jurisdiction or authority in the last 5 years.
Eligible entries must be located outside of Canada. They can be Architecture, Interior Architecture, Urban Design, revitalization or other types of work. This category includes projects of all scales which enhance the built environment in a way that is respectful of context and culture, and which aim through craftsmanship and sustainability to serve as a benchmark for architects globally and/or through innovation and ingenuity to serve as a benchmark for the profession. The project must be built work completed in the last 5 years. For multi-building projects (or portions thereof), the submitting Architect must offer detailed evidence of authorship of each portion of the project.
Eligible entries must be unbuilt projects that will not be built. The project design must be completed in the last 5 years. This category is to recognize the efforts of our architect members who have completed meaningful work, but due to client change, land use change or other reasons beyond the control of the architect, the project will not be built.
Note: This is NOT a category for projects under construction, for projects that are under construction or have any plans to be built, they must wait to be completed and then submitted under the Architecture Category in future year(s).