Submission form and payment deadline was August 21
Boards Due at Rowell Brokaw by 5pm on September 9. Bring submissions to Colin Dean at RBA Architects at 1203 Willamette St., Suite 210. For drop-off questions, contact Colin Dean at 541-650-0525.
Files are due by 5pm on September 11th. E-mail digital images to Colin Dean at email@example.com. Limit size of all files to 10 MB max. If you have questions please email Colin.
Each year, the American Institute of Architects, through AIA Eugene, in collaboration with AIA Oregon and the American Society of Landscape Architects, Willamette Valley Section of the Oregon Chapter (ASLA) sponsor the People’s Choice Awards for Architecture. The intent of these awards is to educate and inspire our fellow citizens by showcasing architecture, interiors and landscape architecture projects created within the Eugene area. The program demonstrates to the public the role of the architectural profession in enhancing the built environment. See the Results of Previous Years Here.
This year the event will be held at the Broadway Commerce Center in Downtown Eugene during September’s Sunday Streets Celebration, on September 22, 2019. The public will be asked to vote for their favorite designs in several categories. Boards will be publicly displayed and posted on our online voting site. Votes will be counted and winners recognized at a Chapter Meeting later in the year.
Entrants must be AIA, ASLA or AIAS members.
Projects designed by AIA members outside of the AIA Eugene Section area may be submitted if the projects are located within the AIA Eugene Section area.
Emerging Professionals are deﬁned as a recent (5-years or less) graduate. Work submitted must have been designed outside of a professional oﬃce.
Entrants must have primary design responsibility.
Projects submitted may be located anywhere in the world if designed by an architect, architecture ﬁrm, or landscape architect from AIA Eugene, AIAS or WVS-ASLA.
Built projects cannot have been submitted any previous year, except if they were submitted as an unbuilt project.