Awards for Excellence

AIA Virginia’s Awards for Excellence in Architecture recognize outstanding design, built and unbuilt, from the past eight years. Also known as the Design Awards, the program is juried by a team of esteemed practitioners. No specific number of awards is set, and the program is open to all categories of building as well as interiors projects. All entries must be the work of architects who have an office in Virginia OR are members of AIA Virginia.

Entries for the 2017 Awards for Excellence in Architecture are being accepted through June 15, 2017.  AIA Virginia accepts entries online. Note: You should be prepared to submit your concealed ID and project submission upon entry.

There are five categories in the Awards for Excellence: Architecture, Historic Preservation, Interior Design, Contextual Design, and Residential Design. See descriptions of the awards categories.

Awards certificates are presented each November at Architecture Exchange East, AIA Virginia’s annual conference. They are also honored during the Visions for Architecture gala, and serve as the subject of an annual exhibition at The Branch Museum of Architecture and Design.

Please see the complete regulations, eligibility requirements, and frequently asked questions for more information.

See the 2012  honorees, 2013 honorees, 2014 honorees and 2015 honorees.

Questions? Contact rgeorge@aiava.org or call (804) 237-1768.

 

 

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