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RIAI Architecture Awards 2020
Celebrating Excellence in Architecture
The annual RIAI Awards are one of the longest running and most prestigious architectural awards in Ireland. The purpose of the Awards is to promote the quality of current work by RIAI Members at home and abroad and to create awareness of the contribution that architects make to society for everyone's benefit. Awards are made over a number of categories and the RIAI Awards offer a fascinating insight into current architectural practice in Ireland and tell the story of what is happening in Ireland’s built environment.
Visit the RIAI Awards 2020 Exhibition.
The RIAI Awards Jury
The RIAI Awards Jury is ratified by RIAI Council and consists of Registered Architects and a distinguished guest juror. The jury for the RIAI Architecture Awards 2020 are:
Chair – Liam Tuite, FRIAI
Distinguished Guest Juror – Eugene Downes, Cultural Director, DFAT
Juror - Susan Dawson, MRIAI
Juror - Ailish Drake, MRIAI
Juror - Rachel Dudley, MRIAI
Juror - David Magennis, MRIAI
Juror - Orla O’Callaghan, FRIAI
Juror - Michael Pike, MRIAI
Juror – Sally Starbuck, MRIAI, Sustainability Task Force
Juror - Gavin Wheatley, MRIAI
The RIAI would like to sincerely thank all entrants, our awards sponsors, the Awards Jury and the specialist juries for the RIAI Research Award, RIAI Urban Design / Masterplanning Award and the RIAI Building for All (Universal Design Award).
If you have any queries about the Awards, please contact Claudia O'Dwyer.