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  • February 22, 2017
    The purpose of this award is to recognize outstanding contributions to architecture and to the profession. Recipients
  • February 22, 2017
    The purpose of this award is to recognize an outstanding influence on our built environment or our awareness of it. Recipients
  • February 22, 2017
    The purpose of this award is to honor a person of esteemed character who has rendered the profession of architecture as a valuable service within the territory of the Boston Society of Architects/AIA...
  • March 10, 2017
    This annual honor seeks to recognize “the single most beautiful building or other structure” built in the metropolitan Boston area in the past 10 years. This program is co-sponsored by...
  • March 24, 2017
    Any structure or building of any size or project type anywhere in the world designed by a Massachusetts architect/firm; or any structure or building or project type built in Massachusetts...
  • April 21, 2017
    Structures or buildings of all project types built anywhere in the world by design firms located in Massachusetts may be submitted. Design professionals anywhere in the world may submit projects...
  • May 12, 2017
    Any housing type anywhere in the world may be submitted if the architect/firm currently resides in New England or New York City. Any architect anywhere in the world may submit projects located in New...
  • May 15, 2017
    This award, named for Earl R. Flansburgh FAIA, a distinguished Boston architect and founder of Flansburgh Associates, who completed more than 200 diverse educational facilities projects...
  • June 2, 2017
    Architects, architectural educators, and architecture students throughout the world are invited to submit real or theoretical projects.  

FAQs/Award submission tips:

Keep your submission anonymous
All references to the architect and any consulting firms must be obscured. Client name is acceptable, particularly if the name is integrated into the fabric of the building.

Images and Project Description:
The one-page project description is easiest for jurors to read as a bulleted set of shorter blurbs. Clear, cohesive plans and images illustrating the structure in context (in situ) are also important. Composite images are allowed, but please remember that the image limit is set with the intent of keeping the content of each submission at manageable amount for jurors to review in the limited time allotted.  

Jury Information:
Jury members and dates will be posted on each award page once the information is confirmed.

Theodore Landsmark Assoc. AIA (2015)