AIA Small Project Awards
AIA Small Project Practitioners
5 p.m. ET, January 11, 2011
Notification of the jury decision
May 12 - 14, 2011
Award recipients will be exhibited at the AIA National Convention and Design Expo in New Orleans
Awards Program Web Page
Concealed ID Forms (PDF)
Call for Submissions to the
SPP Journal No. 52:
extended to December 3rd!
Call For Entries
Submission Deadline: 5 p.m. ET, January 11, 2011
Be Recognized for Your Outstanding Work!
The Small Project Practitioners Knowledge Community presents the seventh annual Small Project Award Program to recognize small project practitioners for the high quality of their work and to promote excellence in small project design. This Award Program strives to raise public awareness of the value and design excellence that architects bring to projects, no matter the limits of size and scope.
SPP encourages submissions of projects in all building types: commercial, retail, industrial, educational, public, private, and residential. Entries may include fully completed new and renovation projects or elements of built projects.
- Small project objects (up to $50,000 construction budget)
- Small project structures (up to $500,000 construction budget)
- This year's special category: Off the Grid: Self-sustaining Design - no construction budget restrictions
The award-winning projects will be displayed at the 2011 AIA National Convention and Design Exposition in New Orleans on May 12-14, acknowledged through AIA publication and electronic media, and will be featured on the SPP Web site and in the SPP Journal, Summer 2011 Edition. Each award-winning project will receive a certificate and be displayed at the 2011 National Convention.
Submit Your Project
All entries and supporting materials must be submitted online. For full eligibility rules, judging criteria, and submission requirements or to submit your project materials, visit the 2011 AIA Small Project Awards Web page.
Photo: 2010 Small Projects Award Recipient, Art as Shelter, North Carolina Museum of Art, Architect: Tonic Design, Photographer: Mike Cindric