Want a heads-up on upcoming deadlines?
Thank you! Your submission has been received!
Oops! Something went wrong while submitting the form.


Showcasing facilities representing conscientious surroundings that advance environments for senior living.

The AIA Design for Aging Knowledge Community invites architects, designers and providers to submit projects for consideration in the Design for Aging Review, Cycle 14.

The Design for Aging Review includes a juried exhibition, a book, access to digital content, and educational programs that showcase facilities representing conscientious surroundings that advance environments for senior living. This comprehensive review of architectural design trends for the aging will become a reference for providers, developers, users, advocates, architects, interior designers, landscape architects, and other design professionals.

This competition furnishes architects and their teams the opportunity to demonstrate innovative solutions that improve the quality of life within specific project constraints.

Each project shall be submitted online. The following must be submitted for the project to be eligible:

  • All mandatory fields must be completed. The data that is submitted should identify the project, explain the major design challenges, describe the functional and aesthetic qualities, and provide relevant statistical information about the project.
  • Images (where applicable) must be submitted in PDF (.pdf) format. All submitted materials (photographs and plans) must be clearly labeled with captions or descriptions. Note that selected projects will be required to resubmit all images in a format that is suitable for publication.
  • Project data will be entered into required fields. Omission of relevant data with no explanation may lead to an entry's disqualification.
  • All items to be uploaded, must be one PDF file smaller than 10 MB.

Deadlines for submissions



U.S. Only



Next 5 Upcoming

A list of upcoming competitions by deadline date. 

View All Upcoming →
No items found.