The American Architecture Prize - The Firm of the Year Award

This award is aimed to be one of the most respected awards in the industry, showcasing the phenomenal talent and vision displayed by architects all over the world.

Category Award / Open to Students
Type International, Award, Open, Single-Stage, Onymous
Genre Architecture, Interior, Landscape, Urban
Country United States
Registration Deadline 30 April 2017 (See "Entry Fee" below) GoogleCal iCal
Submission Deadline 30 April 2017 (via Online)
Eligibility Architecture firms and design companies globally
Target Field Entrants should be able to showcase a body of work over at least a 5 year period.

Categories
The Firm of the Year Award honors the total body of work of small, medium, and large companies in their own categories based on firm size and area of expertise. The AAP team and jury have created the most comprehensive award structure that ensures that firm resources and specialization are taken into consideration.
The American Architecture Prize is aimed to be one of the most respected awards in the industry, showcasing the phenomenal talent and vision displayed by architects all over the world. The AAP is built on a passion for architecture that has acted as a catalyst to reward the very best work from architects across the globe.
We believe great architecture is about creating a lasting design that will remain for generations while inspiring people and enriching their lives. Innovative build- ings, designs and landscapes can help redesign the way we live our lives for the better and enable us to make the most of the space we have.
Winners will enjoy world-wide media attention, publicity, inclusion in the press campaign, and receive the AAP Firm of the Year Trophy, invitation to the winners event, among other benefits.

Jury
PEGGY DEAMER, Yale University
ALEJANDRO ZAERA-POLO, AZPML Architecture / Princeton University
TROY C. THEORIEN, Guggenheim Foundation and Museum
WILL ALLSOP, All Design
BEN VAN BERKEL, UNStudio / Harvard University Graduate School of Design
ALAN RICKS, Mass Design Group
MICHAEL MURPHY, MASS Design Group
GRAHAM MORRISON, Allies and Morrison
GEOFFREY MAKSTUTIS, Pearson UK
MARI­A LANGARITA, Langarita-Navarro
SAM JACOB, Sam Jacob Studio for Architecture and Design
ELISABETE SALDANHA, es1arq
LISE COIRIER, TL Magazine
CHRIS BOSSE, LAVA Asia Pacific / Adjunct Professor at UTS
CLEMENT BLANCHET, Clement Blanchet Architecture
NATASHA JEN, Pentagram
JOSHUA JIH PAN, FAIA, J.J. Pan and Partners, Architects and Planners
LEONE LORRIMER, dwp | suters
ELISA BURNAZZI, Burnazzi Feltrin Architects
CARLA JUAÇABA, Carla Juaçaba
DAN HOWARTH, Dezeen
ELSA LAM, Canadian Architect
JENNIFER SIEGAL, Office of Mobile Design (OMD)
BERNARD GOMEZ (FIA SL), B.G.J.F Consultancy Services Pvt Ltd.
CHAD OPPENHEIM, FAIA, Oppenheim Architecture + Design
JENNIFER MARMON, Platform for Architecture + Research
AMADOU ISSA BORE, Le Modulor / AUA
SHARON DAVIS, Sharon Davis Design
SPELA VIDECNIK, Harvard Graduate School of Design / Ofis Architects
SADIE MORGAN, dRMM Architects
ARSHIA MAHMOODI AIA, Arshia Architects

Prize
Publication

Entry Fee
Early Bird Deadline: February 28, 2017
Extended Early Bird Deadline: March 31, 2017
Regular Deadline: April 30, 2017
During the Early Bird period, submission fees are discounted (-12%).
- Small firms (less than 10 employees): from $300
- Medium firms (10 – 49 employees): from $340
- Large firms (49+ employees): from $490

Timetable
The AAP Winners Event: in the fall of 2017

Links
Past winners

Organizer
The American Architecture Prize

Official Website