The program recognizes thoughtful, innovative, and ethical studio courses at accredited architecture schools.
The ARCHITECT Studio Prize recognizes thoughtful, innovative, and ethical studio courses at accredited architecture schools. A jury of distinguished design professionals will judge each studio course according to its initial brief, research, process, and resulting student work.
Judging will take place in July 2018, and a jury will be announced in April. Winning entrants will be notified shortly thereafter; their courses will be published concurrently in the September 2018 print issue of ARCHITECT and online.
The program’s exclusive sponsor, Sloan, has made available $20,000 in prize money, which will be awarded at the jury’s discretion to students whose work was included in winning studio course submissions.
An additional $5,000 will be given as part of the Studio Prize’s annual Sloan Award, which each year recognizes a studio or studios that focus on sustainability, specifically water conservation.
Full-, part-time, and visiting faculty and administrators at architecture schools accredited by the National Architectural Accrediting Board, or by the Canadian Architectural Certification Board, may submit studio courses for consideration. All studio courses must occur in the context of a professional Bachelor of Architecture or Master of Architecture program, and all must have been concluded within the academic year immediately preceding the submission deadline, including the preceding summer session (this year, between approximately May 2017 and May 2018).
Awards are contingent upon ARCHITECT’s verification that the jury-selected courses meet all eligibility requirements. ARCHITECT reserves the final decision on eligibility and accepts no liability in that regard.
The jury will review submissions in categories that correspond to degree type and student level. When entering the program, select the category that most closely matches your course’s place in its academic program. There may not necessarily be a winner or winners in every category.
Bachelor of Architecture
Master of Architecture (with pre-professional degree in architecture)
Master of Architecture (without pre-professional degree)
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