Residential Design

VOL3 2019

A business-to-business magazine focused on the collaborative process and talented work of residential architects and custom homebuilders.

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Whole-House Categories 1. Custom Urban House $125 2. Custom Rural or Vacation House $125 3. Custom Period, Contextual, or Vernacular House (these projects are welcome in the Urban and Rural house categories as well) $125 4. Custom Renovation (substantial additions or alterations to an existing home) $125 5. Custom Period, Contextual, or Vernacular Renovation/Res- toration/Preservation (substantial additions and alterations to or restoration of an existing home; these projects are also welcome in the Renovation category) $125 Residential Special Project Categories 6. Architectural Interiors or Custom Details $100 7. Custom Outdoor Living or Landscape Design $100 8. Custom Accessory or Outbuilding $100 9. Residential, Special Constraints (single-family dwellings built to sustainable standards programs, stringent architectural review, or pattern book; adaptive reuse to residential; affordable, extraordinary budget or size constraints, pro-bono project; prototype dwelling or special construction technology applied) $100 10. Custom On the Boards $100 Residential Design Project of the Year The jury will choose an overall project of the year from among the built project entries. Deadlines Regular deadline to enter: December 10, 2019 Late deadline ($50 late fee required): December 16, 2019. Eligibility All entries must be submitted by or on behalf of an architect or designer. The competition is open to projects within or outside the United States of America. Projects completed on or after January 2, 2015 are eligible for entry. Projects may be entered in multiple catego- ries, if they conform to the category criteria. Entries will be judged by an independent jury of architects. This a residential design excellence pro- gram that welcomes all styles of architecture. We do recognize that traditional projects and contemporary projects are sometimes difficult to judge against each other. We have therefore created categories specifically for contextual or vernacular work to encourage submission of traditional projects to the program and to the magazine. However, we invite firms to enter projects where they feel they can best compete, and we will give jurors broad discretion to move them where their strengths can shine. Both modern and traditional work will be consid- ered for Project of the Year, and jurors may select one modern work and one traditional work for Project of the Year, if they so choose. The jury will select winners in the residen- tial categories listed below. All non-winners will be considered—with permission from the entrant—for future publication in Residential Design magazine. Stay tuned for more information on entry details and additional deadlines. We are delighted to announce the launch of our first annual RD Architecture Awards program recognizing outstanding residential architecture. Winners will be published in Volume 3, 2020 of Residential Design magazine and recognized with a special event held at next year's AIA Conference on Architecture in Los Angeles. Architecture Awards 2020

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