Lance Jay Brown FAIA, president, AIA New York Chapter
Beth Broome, managing editor, Architectural Record
Heather Campisano, chief of staff, Boston Redevelopment Authority
Amy Korte AIA, Arrowstreet
Any housing type anywhere in the world may be submitted if the architect/firm currently resides in New England or New York. Any architect anywhere in the world may submit projects located in New England or New York.
The sole judging criterion is design excellence. The jury is empowered to determine the extent to which design excel- lence is defined by aesthetic, functional, contextual, sustainability, social or other characteristics such as “liveability.” The jury may elect to honor projects by building type or other categories or may honor projects without making any such distinctions.
This award is co-sponsored by the AIA New York Chapter.
Eligible projects may be new construction or rehabilitations of any private-sector or public-sector project type completed after January 1, 2005.
Associate AIA members and other unlicensed architecture graduates may submit projects that do not require the stamp of a licensed professional.
Projects that have been honored in this program in past years and work by the design professionals serving as jurors this year (or by their firms) are not eligible.
The nonrefundable fee for the first submission is $125 for Massachusetts AIA members, and $200 for all others. The fee for each additional submission by the same architect or firm is $85 for Massachusetts AIA members and $135 for all others. (There is no limit on submissions.)
Deadline: 4:00 pm EST March 21, 2014
Contact the BSA at firstname.lastname@example.org or 617-951-1433.