Liturgical/Interior Design Awards :: Entry Guidelines
Architects, liturgical consultants, and interior designers licensed as appropriate in the U.S. and abroad are eligible to submit entries regardless of project location (worldwide), project size, budget, or style. New construction, renovations and restorations are eligible. An entry may be any building interior project completed since January 2010 that supports a religious purpose.
The architect of record, design architect, liturgical designer, or interior designer for the project may make submission with consent of all other parties on the project. When an entrant is not the sole author of the project, all other participants contributing to the design of the project must be given credit as part of the submission regardless of professional discipline.
Project authorship will remain concealed throughout jury deliberations. If authorship is revealed on any portion of the submission including photos, plans, or narrative the entry will be disqualified.
All submissions must have owner's consent for entry.
Entries will be judged on originality of design and concept and appropriateness for sacred spaces. Works will be judged in the context of their purpose.
You will need to provide:
1. Project Description
There will be a space provided on the awards submission website entry form to describe the project. Describe client needs, program, design challenges, design strategy, execution, and cost if applicable. Project descriptions are a maximum of 2,500 characters (this includes spaces).
2. Photographs (maximum of 18 photos/drawings. That's not 18 photos and 18 drawings; it's 18 total.)
Photographs will be uploaded on the awards submission website. Photographs must be in JPEG format and a maximum of 2 MB each. At minimum, your photographs must include the following:
- Minimum of five (5) photographs to include four (4) interior and one (1) exterior image of the building in which the project is located.
3. Drawings (maximum of 18 photos/drawings. That's not 18 photos and 18 drawings; it's 18 total.)
Drawings will be uploaded on the awards submission website. Drawings must be in JPEG format and a maximum of 2 MB each. At minimum, your drawings must include the following:
- Floor plan(s) with a scale and north arrow, showing furniture, fixture, and lighting information.
- Other drawings to scale necessary to explain fully the project's use.