July 28, 2020
Given the current environment, the 2020 AIA New Jersey Design Competition will be a simplified electronic submission using CadmiumCD. Participants will upload a PDF of their 40” x 40” design board, two images from the design board, and a pdf of the text found on the design board into the system. Please review the updated design categories. A three-member out-of-state jury will review the boards and determine winners. The fee to participate remains at $150 for the first design submission and $100 for each additional submission.
You may submit a project in multiple categories at a fee of $150 for the first submission and $100 for each additional category HOWEVER, you can only win in ONE category with that particular project. You may submit unlimited projects.
Winners will be announced at a virtual reception on October 14, 2020.
AIA licensed Architects licensed and residing in New Jersey may submit projects from anywhere. Those whose practice is located outside New Jersey may only submit projects in New Jersey. Architectural interns and students are eligible only for the Unbuilt category. Credit must be given to all contributing architectural firms. The project, or submitted work, must have been completed after June 30, 2015. “Completed” is defined as “substantial completion” in accordance with standard AIA documents
Jurors will be announced on October 14, 2020.
Registration Deadline: September 18, 2020 (registration fee must be paid, the project does NOT have to be completed)
Submission Deadline: October 1, 2020 (project must be completed)
Announcement of Awards: Virtual reception October 14, 2020 (more information to follow)
Submissions are electronic and require project category; project name and location; architectural firm, principal, contact information and a PDF of the Board
$150 for the first submission. $100 each additional submission. Payment to be made by credit card.
Built Project categories recognize design excellence in various kinds of built architectural projects. Submissions may be a single building, a related group of buildings, interior architecture, additions, restorations, or adaptive use projects. Entries may fall into more than one category. You must pay for each entry.
Eligibility: Both public and private projects: single buildings, a related group of buildings forming a single project, and additions/renovations.
Eligibility: Single and multi-family residences and/or accessory buildings, new or remodeled, or any addition.
Eligibility: Projects that address design issues related to adaptive use, rehabilitation, reconstruction or pure restoration.
Eligibility: projects of any scope that may be new construction, renovation, or preservation or restoration, rehabilitation, reconstruction or pure restoration that focuses on interior space.
Eligibility: Recognizes excellence in ecological stewardship, including reduced environmental impact and reduced energy consumption, as well as attention to quality of life issues, resiliency, and community engagement within the environment.
Built Installation Sculpture or Furniture Piece
Eligibility: Built specialty fabrications, art installations, furniture elements, sculptures; objects that are not necessarily buildings or spaces but are created by architects.
Eligibility: Projects $500,000 or less.
Unbuilt architectural designs, for which there is no current intent to build, of any project type, including purely theoretical, visionary projects, with or without a client.
Eligibility: urban design projects, planning programs, civic improvements, campus plans, plans, environmental programs or redevelopment projects. Examples might be research, policy development and implementation, community initiatives or charrettes, and input and assessment tools.
By Stacey Ruhle Kliesch, AIA, AIA NJ Advocacy Consultant | Posted in AIA-NJ News, Architecture in NJ, NJ Architect Newsletter, Uncategorized | Tagged: #DesignAwards, AIANJ Design Awards | Comments (0)
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