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2017 Honor Awards - Submissions Early Bird Deadline

The AIA Seattle Honor Awards are the ideal platform to recognize the diverse perspectives, scales, and typologies of architecture in our region.

The AIA Seattle Honor Awards program seeks submissions in the categories of BUILT and CONCEPTUAL, two categories that encompass and celebrate the forefront of Washington architectural design.

  • The BUILT category recognizes a diversity of scales, from smaller human-scaled work like installations or furniture, through more traditional building-scaled work like homes or institutions, to larger civic-scaled work like master plans or TOD districts.
  • The CONCEPTUAL category celebrates unbuilt projects that inspire us and further our understanding of design and the built environment.

AIA Seattle is pleased to once again offer an Energy in Design Award, commending projects that have made quantifiably significant strides in energy reduction while also maintaining the highest qualitative design caliber.

How does your work embody a balance between inspiration, problem-solving, environmental sensitivity, and social transformation? Share your design story.


Early Bird Registration closes September 20. Price increases 15% after 5pm PDT this date.

Other Key Dates

September 18: Energy in Design Calculator Demonstration
September 27: Final Submission Deadline, by 5 pm PDT
November 13: 2017 Honor Awards for Washington Architecture Live Event

Questions? Contact AIA Seattle Professional Programs Manager, Cassie Blair.


Special thanks to our 2017 Honor Awards Sponsors:

 

Details

Date
September 20
Time
5:00 pm

Organizer

AIA Seattle
Phone
(206) 448-4938
Website
www.aiaseattle.org

Venue

AIA Seattle
1010 Western Avenue
Seattle, WA 98104 United States
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2017 Honor Awards – Submissions Early Bird Deadline

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