The American Institute of Architects Idaho (AIA Idaho) is pleased to announce the 2018 Idaho Design Awards opening May 1, 2018.
American Institute of Architects Design Awards is the design community’s best and highest celebration of great design and the people who create it. AIA Idaho hosts this bi-annual award program to honor design excellence throughout Idaho. AIA design awards program celebrates the best contemporary architecture regardless of budget, size, style, or type. These stunning projects show the world the range of outstanding work Idaho architects create and highlight the many ways buildings and spaces can improve our lives. By honoring the outstanding achievements of our peers, we are reminded that all building-industry professionals have the opportunity to positively affect their communities and the way we live.
The architectural design awards is a juried process. The independent jury panel evaluates entries based on how successfully projects have met their individual requirements. Entries are judged individually—not in competition with each other. All projects must demonstrate design achievement, including a sense of place and purpose, of ecology and environmental sustainability, and of history.
The awards ceremony and gala will be held in Boise, Idaho on September 21, 2018 in the Capitol Room of the Inn at 500 Capitol.
Members of the public, media and Idaho building community are invited to attend and show support and appreciation for the best projects in Idaho design. Tickets for the event will be available to purchase starting June 1.
AIA Idaho members are invited to nominate an Associate for The Associate Member of the Year Award.
Purpose of the Award: AIA Idaho Associate Member of the Year Award is presented to an Associate AIA member who best exemplifies the highest qualities of leadership and has demonstrated a contribution to the profession, civic engagement, or service to the community.
Associate AIA members working towards licensure and in their early years of their architectural career are eligible.
Nomination may be made by a local AIA Component member or associate member on behalf of themselves.
Nominee’s motivation, involvement, and influence as an Associate AIA member.
Nominee’s outstanding contributions and accomplishments through service to the profession and in the community.
Demonstration of leadership skills, and desire/ability to present/facilitate successful programs.
Promotes the values of the Associate AIA membership within the profession and to the community.
The submittal shall include the following items, in the order listed, in a singlePDF file:
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The University of Idaho Architecture program is in need of architecture books that can fire-up the imaginations of high school, pre-engineering and art students across the state. For the past 4 years we have been actively recruiting from these classes and networking with teachers. We would like to provide these teachers books and magazines that can stimulate their student’s interest in architecture. If you or your firm can spare 3 or 4 books and magazines (Architecture Record is best) to the University of Idaho Architecture Program, we will make sure to distribute them to Idaho’s high school pre-engineering and art teachers classrooms. We request that you DO NOT provide old Sweets Catalogs, Building Product or Building Trade Magazines, etc… Gladly accepted are Notable Architects books, History books, Green Architecture books, your Firm’s Portfolios, Building Type books, (ie…Northwest Homes) Architecture Record, Dwell, or any print media that can fire-up the imaginations of high school students.
You are welcome to drop-off books at the University of Idaho Integrated Design Lab (IDL) in Boise, 306 S. 6th Street (located off Front Street across from PF Changs and Trader Joes). At this time, we are unable to provide you a receipt.