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ORGANIZER

The 2018 AIA New England Design Awards are being organized and hosted by the Boston Society of Architects/AIA (BSA).  If you encounter technical difficulty with your awards submission, please contact: Submittable Tech Support at: (855) 467-8264, ext. 2 or support@submittable.com.  Non-technical questions about awards can be addressed to: Caitlin Hart, BSA Professional Program Manager, awards@architects.org


REGISTRATION DEADLINE

Friday, July 27, 2018 11:59 PM

To be eligible for consideration for the 2018 AIA New England Design Awards, you must register your intent to submit as well as submit payment for each project by Friday, July 27 at 11:59 PM. Projects that are not registered by this time will not be considered.

In order to register, please complete this form. Once registered, your submission(s) will be due by Friday, August 17 at 11:59 PM.


SUBMISSION DEADLINE

Friday, August 17, 2018 11:59 PM

All submissions must be complete by this date.  Your submission will be received by the organizer after payment has been made.  If your submission fee has not been paid, the organizer will not see or have any record of your submission.  Once your submission fee is paid, your submission cannot be edited.  Prior to that point, drafts may be saved to your Submittable account and modifications made.

You may submit multiple projects to this awards program.  Each project must be submitted and paid for separately.  If you submit multiple projects, remember to select the discounted, subsequent entry fee after the first entry.  You must submit your first project before you can start the next one.


NOTIFICATION OF AWARDS

Award winners will be notified after September 14 and awards will be conferred on Friday, October 12 at the AIA New England Awards Celebration at BSA Space (290 Congress Street, Boston), 5:00 - 9:00 PM.  

 

ELIGIBILITY & CRITERIA

Eligibility: 

How do I register?

To be eligible for consideration for the 2018 AIA New England Design Awards, you must use this form to register your intent to submit as well as submit payment for each project by Friday, July 27 at 11:59 PM. Projects that are not registered by this time will not be considered.

In order to register, please complete this form for each project. Once registered, your submission(s) will be due by Friday, August 17 at 11:59 PM.

What projects are eligible?

Any structure or building of any size or project type (including rehabilitations, interior architecture, monuments, etc.) may be considered.

Projects that have been honored in this program in past years are not eligible.

Who is eligible to submit?

Anyone is eligible to submit. AIA New England members receive special pricing.

Associate AIA members and other unlicensed architecture graduates may submit projects that do not require the stamp of a licensed professional.

Where must projects be located?

Projects by New England architects, designers, and firms may be located anywhere. 

Projects by others must be located in New England.

When must have eligible projects been built?

Projects must have been completed after January 1, 2011.

How much is the entry fee?

AIA New England members (i.e., any AIA member of Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island and Vermont) pay $175 for their first submission and $100 for subsequent submissions.

Nonmembers pay $275 for their first submission and $200 for subsequent submissions.

Each project must be submitted and paid for separately. If you submit multiple projects, remember to select the discounted, subsequent entry fee after the first entry. 

Fees are not refundable and must be paid online via credit card at time of submission.  Submissions cannot be received and marked complete until payment is made.

How are projects judged?

The sole judging criterion is design excellence. The jury is empowered to determine the extent to which design excellence is informed by aesthetic, functional, contextual, sustainability, social or other characteristics. The jury may elect to honor projects by building type or other categories, or may choose to make no such distinctions.