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DEADLINE for Silver Medal Nominations 18 November, 12pm ONLINE Applications Close

Date:

Thursday, November 18, 2010

Time:

DEADLINE 12PM

Location:

Important Note: Once you have submitted your entry you are unable to make any changes

Only projects designed by RIAI members shall be considered for the Conservation / Restoration Medals.

Entrants must be RIAI Members

http://www.irisharchitectureawards.ie/nominations/

Event Website:

http://www.riai.ie/news/article/call_for_entries/

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Important Note: Once you have submitted your entry you are unable to make any changes

Only projects designed by RIAI members shall be considered for the Conservation / Restoration Medals.

Entrants must be RIAI Members

 

Nominations will close 12pm noon, today 18 November 2010 for RIAI Silver Medals for Conservation & Restoration 2002/2003/2004.

For more information and full details for submitting your nomination

ONLINE ENTRY FORM

About the SILVER MEDAL FOR CONSERVATION 2002/2003/2004

The Medal is awarded to an architect or architectural practice for projects of exceptional merit completed within a specified 3 year period.  The term conservation is interpreted to include works where buildings of historic importance are refurbished and adapted for contemporary use.

Nominations made in this category should be accompanied by appropriate drawn, photographic and written documentation to support the particular aspects of the project that demonstrate evidence of scholarship.

About the SILVER MEDAL FOR RESTORATION 2002/2003/2004:

The medal is awarded to an architect or architectural practice for excellence in Restoration.

The term Restoration is interpreted to include works where buildings of historic importance are restored as monuments.  The award is specifically related to projects where architectural scholarship and research are major contributions to the quality of the project submitted for the award.
Nominations made in this category should be accompanied by appropriate drawn, photographic and written documentation to support the particular aspects of the project that demonstrate evidence of scholarship.

The medals recognise the highest achievements in architectural conservation and restoration spanning a three year period. The term ‘conservation’ is interpreted to include works where buildings of historic importance are refurbished and adapted for contemporary use. The term ‘restoration’ is interpreted to include works where buildings of historic importance are restored as monuments.
 

 

Submission entries for Conservation/Restoration Medals: ONLINE APPLICATIONS ONLY

Closing date for Entries online is Thursday 18 November 2010, 12 Noon

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