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Calling for Entries for The RIAI Future Award 2020
Simple Architecture, the Winner of the RIAI and Architecture Ireland Future Award 2019. Photo by Ailbhe CunninghamSimple Architecture, the Winner of the RIAI and Architecture Ireland Future Award 2019. Photo by Ailbhe Cunningham
The RIAI and Architecture Ireland Future Award
Awarded in association with the RIAI Journal, Architecture Ireland, the Future Award seeks to recognise new talent in Irish architecture. The prize acknowledges the wide variety of ways in which architects can contribute to the advancement of architectural culture, generally, with an emphasis on the contribution individuals can make to their practice, the profession, and the public.
This is an award for individual registered architects, who have been RIAI registered members for ten years or less, on or before 31 December 2020. This award is for both individuals working for themselves, and individuals working as an employee of an architectural practice or other organisation.
For full information and details on how to enter download application form here.
The submission deadline for all entries is Friday 28 August at 5.00pm – for all inquiries please contact Claudia O'Dwyer.