AIA New York’s yearly Design Awards Program is seeking “outstanding architectural design by AIA New York chapter members, New York City–based architects in any location, and work in New York City by architects around the globe,” with the intention of recognizing “architects, clients, and consultants who work together to achieve design excellence.”
One of last year's honored interiors projects, St. Mark's Bookshop, by Clouds Architecture Office
The following is a description of the award categories, courtesy of AIANY:
Architecture: Recognizes design excellence in completed buildings
Interiors: Recognizes design excellence in building interiors and related architectural work, as well as new and improved approaches to building components and architectural products
Urban Design: Seeks the most compelling work and ideas, both built and unbuilt, that confront and resolve environmental and urban challenges at a scale larger than that of an individual building
Projects: Recognizes conceptual work, including but not limited to research, innovation, land art, pavilions, architectural objects, and installations. Work in this category does not need to be intended for construction. Projects undertaken for academic credit are not eligible.
Get the full scoop and apply by January 27, 2017.