62nd Annual P/A Awards
The Progressive Architecture (P/A) Awards recognize unbuilt projects demonstrating overall design excellence and innovation. Judging will take place in December 2014. Winning entries will be notified in December 2014, published in the February 2015 issue of ARCHITECT, and honored at a celebration in New York in February 2015.
Architects and other design professionals practicing in any region may enter one or more submissions. All entries must be commissioned by paying clients for execution. Proposals may be for any location. All entries must have been commissioned for compensation by clients with the contractual intention and the authority to carry out the submitted proposal. Projects must have a completion date after January 1, 2015.
Individual projects must be submitted in a single category only.
Friday, November 14, 2014 → Submission deadline for standard entries
Wednesday, November 19, 2014 → Submission deadline for late entries (will include late fee of $50.00 per late entry)
$195 → Regular Entry
$150 → Additional Entries
$99 → First Time Entrants (For single entry and additional entries. See “Rules and Regulations” for eligibility.)
: You will be charged a $50 late fee per entry for any materials submitted after November 14, 2014. All late entry materials must be received by November 19, 2014.
All materials submitted to the P/A Awards become the property of ARCHITECT, which will not be responsible or liable for them. Entry fees are non-refundable.
How to prepare your entry
This year’s awards have gone ! No more hard copies. No more binder clips. No more DVDs. You can register, complete your entry forms, and upload your entry materials (including images, drawings, and plans) by submitting everything through this website in a two-step process.
Register your project and pay entry fees.
Fill out online entry forms and upload your entry materials, as outlined below. You may also return to this website to add to or modify your entry at a later date.
Your entry will consist of an online entry form and supporting documents that can be uploaded to this website.
The online entry form will ask for the following:
· Entrant Information (contact details for the person preparing the entry)
· Firm Information (contact details for the firm responsible for the project)
· Client Information (contact details and client description)
· Project Information (including description, site and zoning constraints, square footage, etc.)
After filling out this information, you will have an opportunity to upload supporting documents for your entry. Files can be .jpg images or Microsoft Word .doc files. You can upload up to 20 files. Please limit your uploaded materials to a TOTAL of 20 MB.
These supporting documents must include:
· Renderings of the proposed project in .jpg format
· Site plan, floor plans and sections in .jpg format
Optional documents include:
· Energy modeling diagrams, drawings, and model photos., in jpg format
· Performance qualifications and diagrams, in Word .doc or .jpg format
· Videos in .mp4 format
Rules and Regulations
Architects and other design professionals practicing in any region may enter one or more submissions. All entries must be commissioned by paying clients for execution. Proposals may be for any location. Projects may not have been featured in other United States design publications. All entries must have been commissioned for compensation by clients with the contractual intention and the authority to carry out the submitted proposal. Projects must have a completion date after January 1, 2015.
Entrants whose submissions are selected as winners agree to make available further information and publication-quality graphic materials as needed by ARCHITECT.
Winners will be published in the February 2015 issue of ARCHITECT. Additionally, winners of P/A design awards or citations grant ARCHITECT first publication rights for their winning projects while under construction or when complete or substantially complete (at ARCHITECT’s discretion). Publication may not coincide with building completion, but ARCHITECT retains first publication rights to the project for up to one year of building completion.
AWARD P/A Awards winners will be announced first in the February 2015 issue of ARCHITECT. Winners will be honored and presented with an award at an event in New York in February 2015.
Identify each submission on its entry form by type (see categories above). Mixed-use facilities should be classified by the largest function. There is no “miscellaneous” category. Only one category may be selected per project, and each project may only be entered once.
Entries should document the design process, as well as its result. Include information on software, hardware, and hand media employed. ARCHITECT encourages entrants to include copies of preliminary sketches, alternative preliminary schemes, information on context, precedents for the design, and excerpts from working drawings, all of which should be submitted in .jpg or Word .doc format.
Include records of any research performed in support of the project.
To maintain anonymity in judging, no names of entrants or collaborating parties may appear on any submission materials except where specifically requested on the online entry forms. Do not, however, conceal the identity or location of projects. Failure to adhere to this rule will result in immediate disqualification; ARCHITECT will not adjust any submission to make it comply with this rule.
ENTRY FORMS Each submission must be registered online ahead of the submission deadline using this website. Additional materials must also be uploaded to the website prior to the submission deadline.
REGULAR ENTRY Regular entries must be registered and submitted online by November 14, 2014. The fee is $195 for standard submissions; each subsequent entry is $150. Entry fees must be paid online by credit card, and are nonrefundable.
FIRST TIME ENTRANTS If this is the first year that your firm is entering a project in the P/A Awards, the entry fee is $99 for both single entries and additional submissions. Entries must be registered and submitted online by November 14, 2014. ARCHITECT reserves the right to verify First Time Entrant eligibility, and to either charge the entrant the difference between regular entry fees and First Time Entrant fees, or to disqualify ineligible entries. Entry fees are nonrefundable.
OPTIONAL LATE ENTRY For an additional $50 fee per submission, late entries may be submitted by November 19, 2014. Fees must be paid online by credit card. Late fees also apply to First Time Entrants. Please note that entrants registering after the regular deadline of November 14 will have the $50 late fee automatically included. Late fees are also nonrefundable.
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