The first-ever American Architecture Prize (AAP), is seeking submissions across 41 categories within the 3 main disciplines of architecture, interior design, and landscape architecture. Work is welcome from professional firms, university students and independent designers worldwide.
AAP jury members Sadie Morgan (left), co-founder of dRMM, and Peggy Deamer, professor of architecture at Yale University and principal at Deamer Architects
AAP co-founder Hossein Farmani said, “We are overjoyed at the resounding success of the early-bird phase here at the start of AAP. We believe prizes like AAP offer architects and designers the chance to measure their own success and pursue more innovation and creativity in their profession. The quality of work already submitted is impeccable, and we can’t wait to see what else this first year brings.”
Jurors will hail from design companies, media, museums, universities and celebrated architectural firms. Winners of Architect of the Year, Interior Designer of the Year and Landscape Architect of the Year will receive the AAP Trophy, while winners of Gold, Silver and Bronze levels will be recognized with a Certificate of Achievement and a Winner’s Seal. Submit by July 31.