May 9, 2013 EXTENDED TO MAY 16, 2013
May 23, 2013 EXTENDED TO MAY 30, 2013
Urban Design Awards Registration Deadline: EXTENDED TO June 14, 2013
Urban Design Awards Submittal Deadline: EXTENDED TO July 12, 2013
Final Jury Meeting: Mid July
- Design Awards (includes Interior Architecture and Urban Design)
Member Fee – $350.00
Non-Member Fee – $520.00
Award for Small Projects
Member Fee – $100.00
Non-Member Fee – $175.00
Member Fee – $350.00
25 Year Award
2013 Design Awards Jury
Gabrielle Bullock, AIA – Perkins + Will
Merrill Elam, AIA – Mack Scogin Merrill Elam Architects
Vivian Lee, AIA – Edmonds + Lee Architects
Jenna McKnight – Architizer
Ronnette Riley, FAIA – Ronnette Riley Architect
For more information on this year’s jury members click here
Submittal Guidelines and ID Forms
Projects must be completed after January 1, 2005 and must have a registered Architect of Record.
- Awards for Architecture
- Awards for Interior Architecture
- Awards for Small Projects
- The Maybeck Award
- Awards for Urban Design
- The 25-Year Award
For more detailed information on the award categories, download the Submittal Guidelines
New this Year
25-Year Award – An entry packet is no longer required for the 25-Year Award!
The 25-Year Award is intended to recognize distinguished California buildings of enduring significance which has retained its central form and character, with the architectural integrity of the project intact. All entries must be located in California and completed 25 to 50 years ago, after January 1, 1963 and before January 1, 1988.
Simply nominate a project HERE.
The 2013 Design Awards Jury will review all nominees.
Sustainable Design Strategies
Recognizing that good design includes strategies to enhance building performance, the AIACC is offering a new category for consideration in this year’s Awards program.
Our goal in recognizing projects which have demonstrated that design includes performance is to bring awareness to both the public and the membership of design approaches that contribute to a more sustainable planet. By acknowledging our ethics of responsible stewardship for the environment in this context, we hope to promote our profession’s continual efforts for holistic approaches to create healthy and aesthetically pleasing environments through our daily design decisions.
All projects entered in the AIACC Awards Program are eligible for consideration in this category. This category will be evaluated by a separate jury, familiar with sustainability concepts.
To enter, download and complete the Optional Sustainability Worksheet to provide the following information:
- Summary of overall sustainability strategy
- Energy Efficiency Beyond Code and Renewable Energy
- Efficient Water Use
- Reduction of Material Use
Questions concerning the eligibility of particular projects can be directed to the Awards Committee at firstname.lastname@example.org.