The call for submissions for the 2019 Architectural Awards Program is now open! Debuting this year, the Architecture Foundation of B.C. (AFBC) will be hosting the awards program. The AIBC is pleased to support the Foundation and will serve as a resource during this transitional year.
Entries and jury applications will be accepted until June 28, 2019, and can be submitted on the Architectural Awards website.
May 13 – Call for submissions and applications opens
June 28 – Call for submissions and applications closes
Fall 2019 – Winners recognized at ceremony
Award submissions are eligible for consideration if they have been completed within the past three years (January 2016 to December 2018).
A jury with representation from both within and outside the architecture profession will consider candidates in four award categories: the Lieutenant-Governor of British Columbia Awards in Architecture (Medal and Merit Levels); the Innovation Award; the Emerging Firm Award and the Special Jury Award.
Winners will be recognized at a ceremony to be held in fall 2019.
Awards Call for Submissions – How to Submit
For detailed information on the awards criteria, how to make your submission, and requirements, please visit the Architectural Awards website.
The deadline for Architectural Awards Submissions is June 28, 2019 at 5 p.m.
Those interested in sitting on the Architectural Awards Jury are invited to submit an application. The role of an awards juror is to consider candidates for all awards categories. For detailed information and to apply, please visit the Architectural Awards website.
The deadline for Jury Applications is June 28, 2019 at 5 p.m.
If you have any questions about the call for submissions or jury application process, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
With the renewed relationship between the AIBC and the Architecture Foundation of B.C., it has been recognized that the promotional and advocacy opportunities of the awards are better aligned with the
mandate of the AFBC; therefore, the awards program is being transferred in order to fully realize its potential.
As the founding organization of the Architectural Awards, the Institute will continue to support the program to maintain the highest of awards standards, especially during this transition year. The AIBC will play an
ongoing role through vetting submissions for project and registrant compliancy, to ensure they meet regulatory requirements.
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