Entries for the National Architecture Awards closing soon

Entries for the National Architecture Awards closing soon

Entries will be closing soon around the country for the Australian Institute of Architects’ 2013 National Architecture Awards.

Entries are considered by the juries based on the location of the project not the practice address therefore entrants are reminded to enter their interstate and international projects before the local entry closing date to avoid disappointment.

Queensland January 31
Newcastle February 1
Victoria February 15
Western Australia February 22
South Australia February 25
New South Wales February 28
Australian Capital Territory March 1
Northern Territory March 1
Tasmania March 4
International March 13















Important changes and updates have been made to the National Architecture Awards program for 2013 and entrants are encourage to familiarise themselves with the Awards Entry Handbook and Awards Policy documents located on the awards website at www.architecture.com.au/awards.

A+ Members receive 10% discount on Awards entries, so this is the perfect time to upgrade your membership and avail of the special rate.
Celebrating excellence in architecture, the National Architecture Awards are the most prestigious awards in the design and construction industry, influencing architects, clients and aspiring designers alike.

Enquiries can be directed to awards@architecture.com.au. All awarded and commended projects in the National Architecture Awards will be announced on 7 November 2013 at the Sydney Opera House.


For media enquiries contact:

Alexandra Cato
National Media and Communications Officer
Australian Institute of Architects
P. +61 (0)3 8620 3813 | M. +61 (0)416 022 818

The Australian Institute of Architects is the peak body for the architectural profession, representing 11,500 members across Australia and overseas. The Institute actively works to improve the quality of our built environment by promoting quality, responsible and sustainable design. Learn more about the Institute, log on to www.architecture.com.au.