The intention of the AAI Awards is to encourage higher standards of architecture throughout the country, to recognise projects which make a contribution to Irish architecture, and to inform the public of emerging directions in contemporary architecture.
The AAI Awards are for built and unbuilt projects by all practitioners in Ireland and Irish practitioners abroad. Current buildings, landscape projects, infrastructure works and competition-winning projects, which are under development, under construction, or completed within 24 months prior to the submission deadline are eligible. Current projects, counter projects, and theoretical works are also eligible.
The jury for the 2019 Awards has yet to be confirmed.
NOTE: The AAI reserve the right to make changes to the jury should a juror become unavailable.
Early Registration deadline (€90 per project): Friday, February 8th 2019, 24:00
Late Registration deadline (€125 per project): Thursday, February 21st 2019, 18:00
Submission deadline: Friday, February 22nd 2019, 18:00
1. ELIGIBILITY & ENTRY REQUIREMENTS
The AAI Awards are open only to AAI members holding an annual pass, and to AAI Friends. You can add membership to your entry below. To become a patron/sponsor or education partner of the AAI, find out more here.
For full eligibility and entry requirements, download the AAI Awards 2019 Entry Requirements
Eligible entrants can register project(s) via the online form below.
Pay by debit/credit card above.
Boards are to be delivered to Darc Space, 26 North Great George’s St, Dublin 1, between 12-6pm on February 22nd. Late submissions will not be accepted.
AAI Awards Entry Forms must also be downloaded and printed along with A1 boards. All entries must be accompanied by a corresponding digital submission on a CD/DVD or submitted via a dropbox link emailed to email@example.com
NOTE: We would like to remind all applicants of the change made to the Entry Requirements in place since previous years’ awards. The descriptive text must now be incorporated into the panel layout: the option to lightly tape descriptive text to the back of the panel is no longer offered.