June 18, 2018 Call for entries and nominations distributed
July 16, 2018 by 11:59 p.m. Last to enter without late fee/completed entry forms. Register HERE
July 23, 2018 by 11:59 p.m. Last day to pay late entry fee/completed entry forms . Register HERE.
July 30, 2018 by 11:59 p.m. Project entries and nominations submittal deadline. There will be NO extensions of this deadline.
July 30, 2018 by 1139 p.m. Honor Award nominations due. Nominate HERE. There is no charge make an honor award nomination.
September 13, 2018 - Design and Honor Awards Banquet, Museum of Commerce, Pensacola, FL.
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ENTRY FEES / ENTRY FORMS
The entry fee is $40 for one submission when registering by July 16, 2018. The entry fee is $50 per project from July 17 through July 23. No entry fees will be refunded. Check or money orders shall be payable to AIA Florida Northwest sent to 707 E. Cervantes St, Ste. B-139, Pensacola, FL 32501. Registration may also be done online at www.aianwfl.com. Once the registration is completed entry package will be emailed to you. Questions? Please Call 850-466-8461 or email email@example.com.
The entry form and fee must be received no later than deadline above. Late entries will not be considered, unless the entry deadline is officially extended by the Design Awards Committee.
To be eligible, entries must be architectural projects designed by licensed architects at the time of design or submitted by architects of record either of which must be members of AIA Florida Northwest.
Projects submitted may be located anywhere in the world, but must have been completed within the immediate past five calendar years.
The program is open to architectural projects of all sizes and classifications.
Design Awards of Excellence are given to the following categories:
The Unbuilt Design Award recognizes work by licensed architects. Attention is focused on the process of design.
Its purpose is to recognize outstanding examples of recent, commissioned architectural designs not yet built or complete. The entry shall exemplify excellence in design while exploring the nature and science of our profession.
Eligible projects must be designed by an architect who is a member of AIA Florida Northwest and must have been designed within the immediate past five calendar years. Eligible projects include single buildings, groups of buildings, urban designs, additions, renovations, master plans, and extended use projects. Award winners are subject to verification.
Entries must be commissioned for compensation on behalf of a client. Construction must not be substantially completed prior to the deadline for receipt of entries.
The purpose of the Masonry Award is to bring recognition to AIA Florida Northwest architects based on the technical and creative use of masonry in meeting aesthetic and functional design challenges.
To be eligible, entries must be architectural projects designed by licensed architects at the time of design or submitted by architects of record either of which must be members of AIA Florida Northwest. Projects must have been completed within the immediate past five calendar years.
The program is open to architectural projects of all sizes and classifications. Entries can be submitted for residential or commercial work, with at least 75% of the structure and exterior skin using masonry. The following masonry materials are acceptable: single wythe block; traditional brick and block; block and stucco; architectural block; adhered thin stone on block and thin brick on block i.e. split face, ground face and burnished; concrete and clay bricks; glass block; natural and man-made stones. Concrete panels and thin brick in concrete panels (precast and tilt-up) will not be considered.
The Theoretical and Research Design Award recognizes work by associate architects, interns and students who are members of AIA Florida Northwest.
Entries must be projects that are academic (executed as a class or terminal project under the supervision of at least one professor of an accredited Florida/Caribbean region architectural school); a competition entry (executed in direct response to an organized design competition entry requirement); or theoretical/research projects (executed in the interest of the advancement of the profession).
The entrant must designate whether the project is academic, a competition entry, or theoretical/research. Projects submitted must have been designed within the immediate past five calendar years.
The Test of Time Award recognizes distinguished single works of architecture and planned developments affecting more than one building, after a period of 25 years in which the function, aesthetic statement, and execution can be reassessed. Further, it is the intent of the program to recognize works that, by the timelessness of their design, have influenced that building or building type.
Eligible projects must have been designed by a licensed architect who is a member of AIA Florida Northwest and who was practicing in the area at the time of the original project completion although the project it may be located anywhere in the world. The project must be standing in substantially completed form, in good condition, and should substantially still carry out the original program. Change in use is permitted when it has not substantially altered the original intent of the design. Buildings whose basic function have been modified, or have been adapted for reuse are eligible. The project may be of any building type or may be one of a group of buildings forming a single project. Projects previously submitted for the Test of Time Award that did not receive the award may be resubmitted.
Only projects completed 25 years ago or more are eligible for this award.
Honor Award Categories
Community Service Award recognizes a member that has made an impact on his or her community through volunteer service and other means.
Service to the Profession
Service to the Profession recognizes the member that has served architecture and the AIA.
Patron of the Profession
Patron of the Profession Award is given each year to an individual or group of individuals who promote good design and demonstrate a commitment to quality architecture and planning.