The Small Project Practitioners (SPP) Knowledge Community presents the eleventh annual Small Project Award Program to recognize the work of small project practitioners and to promote excellence in small project design. This Award Program strives to raise public awareness of the value and design excellence that architects bring to all project types, including renovations and additions, no matter the limits of size and budget. This year’s Small Project Award theme, PLEASURE, intends to recognize projects that express joy and pleasure through architecture. after the lessons learned through the recent difficult economic years, it's time to embrace pleasure in architecture. This may include powerfully joyous spaces or subtle pleasure in materials, color, or light.
Award winning projects will be recognized in AIA publications and electronic media, including the SPP Journal, and website.
Projects will also be displayed at the 2015 AIA National Convention and Design Exposition. Information will be provided to Award Recipients regarding board layout.
- Open to architects licensed in the United States.
- Built projects must have been completed after January 1, 2011.
- There is no requirement for professional photography.
- Any sized firm may submit a project.
- Maximum of four entries per firm – (a single project may be entered in two different categories with applicable fees for each entry).
Deadline and Entry Fees
To receive the member discounted price you must log in using an AIA member's account information.
- The deadline for submission completion is November 3, 2014 before 5:00 PM Eastern. All deadlines are strictly observed.
- Below is the list of submission entries. All entry fees are non-refundable
- AIA Members: $150 for each entry,
- Nonmembers: $300 for each entry
- Please review the Submission Preview carefully before submitting your payment. You can go back and edit your submission until the deadline but no refunds will be issued.
Contact AIA Info Central at 1.800.242.3837 to verify the membership status of the submitter.