2018 emerging FIRM AWARD CALL FOR ENTRIES
SUbMISSIONs DUE monday, AUGUST 20, 2018
INTENT TO ENTER now closed
The AIA Northwest and Pacific Region (NW+PR) 2018 Emerging Firm Award seeks to recognize new practices that are challenging traditional perceptions and methods of architecture.
The award will be presented during the Honors and Awards Program on November 15 in Honolulu, HI in conjunction with the AIA Honolulu Design Symposium 2018.
Emerging Firm Award Eligibility Criteria (Please note updated eligibility guidelines)
- Firms must have been in practice ten years or less (August 20, 2008 or later).
- At least one partner or principal shall be an Emerging Professional as defined by AIA. (Emerging Professionals are defined as students, recent graduates and architects licensed less than 10 years.)
- Primary firm office must be located within the AIA Northwest and Pacific Region.
- The Principal(s) submitting for the award must be members in good standing with the AIA and their assigned chapter within the AIA Northwest and Pacific Region.
- Firm supports staff membership in the AIA.
- Firms that have won the award in the past or have previously won an AIA National Firm award are ineligible.
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