Block rehabilitation in Historic Centre of Lagos by Vitor Vilhena

The building is located in the historical center of Lagos, Rua do Jardim, Rua General Alberto da Silveira, Rua Dr.
Júlio Dantas and Travessa da Coroa.

It adjoins the four streets, with fronts built in all the above mentioned streets, forming a quarter.
The existing buildings, were very degraded, without possibility of adaptation.
The complete demolition of existing buildings was authorized by Governmental Departments and the building was
totally reconstructed.

This Multi-Family Housing Building consists of 2 houses with 2 bedrooms and 11 houses with 3 bedrooms, for a
total of 13 houses, spread over 3 floors, still contemplating a basement parking, gym, indoor and outdoor pool.
A single core accesses makes the distribution in outer gallery, promoting the area for residential use.
The facade and interior layout promote the relation of the rooms (living area) with the streets.

Circulations, private and service areas (bedrooms and kitchens) are oriented towards the interior of the building.
Entrance to the building is made via a courtyard promoting a private outdoor use.
The landscape views led to the creation of a leisure platform on the roof with pool and chairs for contemplation of
the Lagos Bay and the urban structure inserted in the historical city-walls.
The basement has an interior- pool, showers, Turkish bath, sauna and gym.
The presented solution was developed as 3 separate volumes, corresponding to different dimensions of
implementation, in order to follow the topography of the streets and control building height.

This volumetric utmost importance in the structuring of different identities, having chosen to take this sectioning
and reinforce it with wedges and distinct window metrics. There are also variations in the window’s protections,
which contributes to the individualization.
The building enjoys a privileged position taking advantage of composing almost an entire quarter, assuming great
importance in the urban landscape.

date of project: 2011
date of completion: 2012
status: built
location: Lagos’ historical centre, Algarve – Portugal
building area: 2605.00 m2
plot area: 879.50 m2
client: Santos da Terra, Real Estate Investments
cost: 390.000 €
program: Rehabilitation of a Quarter in the historic center of Lagos – 13 Houses
architects: Vitor Vilhena, Michael Vieira, Liliana Sequeira, Mario Espinha
photography: João Morgado

source: joaomorgado.com

Adam’s Apples by mode:lina architekci

Jabłka Adama (Adam’s Apples) is a new store with Apple computers in Poznań. Its young owners wanted to build fresh, interesting appearance for his business, that’s why they picked designers of mode:lina architecture studio to create the interior design. Branding for Jabłka Adama was created from scratch by MINIMA.

Architects were inspired by wisely invented name of the store – combination of apples from Apple company and a name of the owner – Adam. Main theme of this interior became apple fruits and everything that goes with them.

Typical exposing table was exchanged for a stall on wheels, built with wooden frames. Similar to the stall, a customer service point was designed – it’s a simple, big wooden box. Wooden boxes, usually used for selling fruits, this time, they went on to store’s walls as an exposition of accessories.

As paper bags are usually used as a package for apples, architects came up with an idea to reuse them and apply on store walls. Duplicated and superimposed, they create an outstanding yet raw and eco detail.

Along huge windows, designers placed long, comfortable bench with pillows that makes interior more cosy and provides more comfy time while shopping.

project: Jabłka Adama (eng. Adam’s Apples) – Apple computer store
design: mode:lina architekci architecture studio (Paweł Garus & Jerzy Woźniak)
project team: Paweł Garus, Jerzy Woźniak, Kinga Kin
completion: April 2013 / Kwiecień 2013
location: Poznań
area: 60 m2
photos: Marcin Ratajczak
branding: MINIMA

source: modelina-architekci.com

MAPFRE Complex by TSM Architects

The project is a Commercial Complex where all the MAPFRE services may be found. MAPFRE is a Spanish transnational insurance company with presence all over South America. With a total built up area of 7,872.84 m2, it is composed of a Commercial Office two story building, a Medical Center with two levels, a Chapel and a six stories Columbarium building, and finally a Wake Area, plus two basements. The entrance to the complex is through a large square with slope.

The chapel has been placed on the left side of the entrance, with seating for 100 people. It has been design so it could hold most types of Christian services. It is more like a neutral temple. The external and internal cladding is a flagstone which is extracted from quarries in the Peruvian state of Arequipa. Inside, the altar has been decorated with a back of wooden veneer and with a top natural skylight. The altar table is an inclined marble table. The lighting fixture includes LED strings inside the windows to always give the effect of daylight permeating through them.

After the chapel services, you enter the reception area for the Columbarium, starting on the second floor and they spread over 6 floors. The building has been mainly covered by ellipsoid sun louvers to keep a more private atmosphere inside without compromising the entrance of natural light.

Towards the right side, also facing the street, the Medical Center has been located. Its glass façade has been design as a multiple combination of different types of glass that goes from light and transparent to dark and almost opaque. The reception, offices and services, such as pharmacy, X-ray, laboratory, etc. are on the first floor. The second floor consists of medical offices and administrative areas.

Between this two volumes are two pedestrian paths, one that continues along the ground, right next to the chapel and columbarium, to reach the entrance to the Wake rooms. And the other, an open cement stair that leads to the internal main plaza, with each step lighted by LED hidden strings.

To enter all five independent Wake rooms you must go through a common area, which has the same flagstone cladding. Between this area and the basement there is a vertical connection with a specially sized elevator for the entrance of the funeral procession with the coffin. In the basement there is also the mortuary room through which the coffin and body passes before being taken to each wake room.

The main Square or Plaza is located on the second floor, on top of the wakes, it is accessed through the open stair.From the Plaza you can access the commercial office building, consisting of 2 floors. The building has the same glass façade finished of the Medical Center. It is a continuous façade that makes them look like one bent building. The firstlivel is the customer reception area as well as customer care offices and the more private offices are on located on the second floor.

TSM Asociados SRL: Arch. Alvaro Grimaldo, Arch. Roberto Borda
MAPFRE Complex – 2013
Ave. Industrial 3614 – Independencia
Lima 28, Peru

source: tsm.com.pe

Da-zhi Apartment by Noiz Architects

Located in Da-Zhi area of Taipei, the 300-sqm apartment designed by Noiz Architects takes on a modern approach to conventional industrial style. Designed for a private client in Taiwan, the residential project realizes the owner’s preference for a simplistic interior setting.

The team adopted an open plan for the residence exception the kid’s room which tranquility and calmness is key. Visible fittings are kept to a minimal while storage space and the rest of the items (e.g .wardrobe and TV set) are to be found in concealed compartments to create airiness in the livingspace. The compartments can be freely opened when desired to suit various purposes and occasions.

Theinterior is set in a neutral colour palette with clean lines throughout. The infusion of minimalraw materials was an intentional choice to create not only additional visual interest but also a sense of modernity to the interior. The staircases from bent steel, handrails from metal pipes and walls from compressed wooden boards are strategically utilized to accentuate yet not to overtake the overall simplicity of the space, giving an additional dimension of sleekness to the interior.

The loft is connected to an extensive outdoor terrace which is intended for parties and gatherings; whereas the theatre roomabove fitted with acoustic boards is reserved for the couple to sit back and relax from the daily hustle.

title: Apartment in Da-zhi
year of completion: 2012
location: Taipei, Taiwan
building type: residential

source: noizarchitects.com

Mortuary House in Vila Caiz by Raul Sousa Cardoso & Graca Vaz

Integrated in a hybrid residential context which crosses urban and rural references, the mortuary house emerges as a filter between them and a universe of contemplation of the distant mountains.

Bounded by a municipal road, a farmland and the Church of Vila Caiz, the constructed volume results from the confluence between the axes of delimiters ground, framing the landscape and solar orientation.

The materiality of the building integrates and filters the context in which it operates through grilles cover crops in concrete (filter of light and views) granite floors, walls and paneling in conjunction with the whiteness of the walls.

The interior space results mainly from three major interconnection between spaces defined by an atrium and two rooms that can be joined or fragmented depending on the circumstances.

The view of the distant mountains combined with the water from a tank that strategically reflects in the slope of the roof and walls of the mortuary are factors that catalyze an environment of neutrality, silence and introspection.

Raul Sousa Cardoso & Graca Vaz
Location: Vila Caiz, Amarante
Area: 110 m2
Photos: Jose Campos
May 2014

source: josecamposphotography.com

Rui-An Apartment by Noiz Architecture

Noiz Architects re-defines the relations between space and intimacy in the interior renovation project in Rui-An district of Taipei. The client has specifically requested for an intimate yet open space with vivid materiality in the residence –qualities that do not typically manifest in contemporary city apartments. Hence the objective of the project is to bring these seemingly contradictory qualities into a holistic and harmonized design.With the client’s need in mind, the team has come up with the solution of redistributing the space by creating intertwined “capsules” in the apartment textured with contrasting materials.

The main living area is designed with two large coves on the ceiling, which loosely define a functional “room” under each. Each cove is disproportionally deep and smooth in order to create a vertical continuity and lightness to the space that works against the inherent spatial limitation of the low ceiling height.

The main wall of the living space is adorned with custom-casted concrete that reveals the negative form of vintage furniture pieces. The raw materiality of the concrete panels, as well as vivid texture of the positive/negative furniture along the wall gives a touch of delicacy and sense of antiquity to the newly renovated apartment.

The team also custom-made the maze-like copper lighting since there were no other chandeliers available in the market that could complement the ambiance of the interior with the right balance between antiquity and contemporaneity.

The adjoining living space holds another small “capsule” of a study with a sliding door wall. This room is specially designed as an intimate space for work and meditation where the client can choose to open up the space to the living area or stay isolated while keeping natural lights coming through. The patterns on the doors are also digitally generated to create theillusion that the small capsule inflates from inside.

In the kid’s room “capsule”, the wall-cabinet is specifically designed with randomly placed boxes which can be taken out and used as independent storage, offering a playful atmosphere and functional flexibility to the space.

title: Apartment in Rui-An
year of completion: 2012
location: Taipei, Taiwan
building type: residential
architect: noiz

source: noizarchitects.com

Tagus Linear Park by Topiaris Landscape Architecture

The Tagus Linear Park combines two different typologies of spaces: A single multifunctional area named ‘PRAIA DOS PESCADORES’ (FISHERMEN’S BEACH), set by the riverside within a former sand deposit, and 6 km of PEDESTRIAN TRAILS associated with dirt roads, waterlines banks (streams and drainage ditches), which converge to Praia dos Pescadores, coming from urban and natural areas. The connection between the ‘beach’ and natural areas is made through a 700m long raised wooden path by which a Bird Observatory built from old pallets can be reached.

Tagus Linear Park near Lisbon – Topiaris Landscape Architecture
Project name: Tagus Linear Park
Location: Póvoa de Santa Iria, Portugal
Area: 15 ha
Client: Municipality of Vila Franca de Xira
Completion date: July 2013
Landscape Architecture: Topiaris, landscape architecture
Authors: Luis Ribeiro, Teresa Barao, Catarina Viana
Design Team: Ana Lemos, Elsa Calhau, Joao Oliveira, Rita Salgado, Sara Coelho
Architecture: Atelier Difusor de Arquitectura
Author: Olavo Dias
Design Team: Pedro Santos, Sérgio Marques, António Marciano
INTERNATIONAL COMPETITION WINNER – Concept Phase – 2012

source: joaomorgado.com

1% showroom by Noiz Architects

This is a renovation/interior design project for a 37m2 showroom for a women’ fashion brand “1%” by Shuhei Ogawa, located in Shibuya-ku, Tokyo.

We choose cool colors for the interior to create a clear contrast with the bright color palette of women’s clothing. The pipe chandelier, hung from the center, illuminates the space effectively, while adding a bright accent color in the neutral setting.

The main wall, partition walls and a stage are all composed of concrete block.The joint mortar is spread thinly to create a blurred grid pattern on the surface, creating a gentle and feminine texture on the rough and masculine concrete block surface.

Other elements are painted pale blue, which is the signature color of 1%.
The floor is coated with epoxy resin, creating a reflection as if the space is filled with water.

In order to define a spatial division between the showroom and the neighboring brand shop, we divided the bottom of the beam along the centerline and painted the half part on the showroom side pale purple. Also blue glass partition wall is inserted at the centerline, creating a delicate spatial division defined by beautiful colors.

Project title: 1%
Category: interior design/renovation
Building type: Shop (women’s apparel)
Floor area: 37m2
Location: Tokyo, Japan
Status: built
Photographer: Daichi ANO

source: noizarchitects.com

Libertad 196 by Gerardo Ars Arquitectura

Two houses built on a topographically hilly plot with a slope of 4 meters at the highest point; the project is located in the town of Boca del Rio, at the Port of Veracruz.
The houses of minimal spaces were designed as a modern and functional alternative intended for young families. With 120m2 and 130m2 each, the idea was to take advantage of the extra spaces, such as above the doors and down the aisles, as storage spaces and services, also the stairs were placed above the parking lot to maximize space.
The houses were designed to make the most of the sloping topography of the land, the activities of the houses were developed on platforms at different heights, this genre that each house had a double semi height, staying in the ground floor the living room at one level and the kitchen and dining room to another level by giving it a dynamism space.
Upstairs are the bedrooms connected by a corridor with small windows and planters, this serves as a sunscreen, giving better thermal sensation inside the bedrooms as well as privacy.
The climatic conditions of the area played a role in the arrangement of the houses, being perpendicular to the street for the minimum direct radiation from the sun, therefore parking and stairs are placed on the side of the street, as a filter for heat.
By client’s requirement, the view to the outside is to green areas and a vertical garden and not to the street, providing privacy and security for residents.
At first glance seem identical houses, but to go into them, roam around and you will notice that each competes for identity, one of the major differences between them is the roof garden that was made in the house of the background, to give you a bonus and use the fifth facade (roof), which commonly is ignored and on this occasion was used as a space for recreation taking advantage the climate of the area.

name: Libertad 196
location: Boca del Rio, Veracruz, México.
date: project: 2011. Construction: 2012
architects: Gerardo Ars Arquitectura.
team: Design: Gerardo Ars.
photography: Gerardo Ars.
area: Plot: 250 m2. Constructed area: 250 m2
structural: Ing. Carlos Caballero
materials: Concrete and aluminium.

source: gerardoars.com

MoyaMoya by Fumihiko Sano

This is the residence in the commuter town in the suburb of Tokyo.

We constructed the studio where our client could study and dye kimonos, her chief hobby, as the center of the house; also, we tried to provide the place to communicate and interact, accepting foreign students after her kids leave the home.
The shape of the building plot is a huge square (9100*9100), and it slopes and spreads north and south. Because of the slating ground, a private space was settled in the northern part commanding a fine view. An open ceiling studio is connected to a kitchen, so that allows the client to have a big party as she desires. Considering when she ages in the future, her bedroom, a study room, and other infrastructures are placed on the first floor. Other single rooms, a living room, and a Japanese style room are on the second floor; moreover, you can enjoy a fine prospect with Mt. Fuji from the living room.

When we look at this project from a different perspective, the most significant characteristic of this construction is the stainless steel fence which surrounds the building. By creating the space which makes the border between the inside and the outside of the building vague, the inside thereof is difficult to see from the outside. In terms of security, significant effects can be also expected.

A moire pattern is generated since the stainless steel is doubled, and it makes people feel as if they are in the inside even if they are in the outside.
Being swayed by the wind, the stainless steel fence shines and causes a great variety of the moirepatterns. The angle and strength of the light are certainly changed by time – morning, afternoon, evening, and night. The change of the light creates not only gripping moire patterns, but also gives different and diverse impressions to the house. This is the place where people can closely enjoy the transitions of time, seasons, and climates through the house.

Completion date: May 2014
studio PHENOMENON by Fumihiko Sano
Location: Higashikurume, Tokyo, Japan

source: fumihikosano.jp

Lucas Museum Design Contest

The City of Chicago was recently presented with an exciting opportunity to potentially become the home of the George Lucas Museum.  With the recent rejection of a site in San Francisco, and Lucas taking up a second residence in Chicago with his new wife Mellody Hobson, he released an RFP for the city to host a potential site for the filmmaker’s collection of art and movie memorabilia.  Chicago may actually end up having two major landmarks come into the city – the Barack Obama Presidential Library and the Lucas Museum. VIATechnik is putting its resources toward making the Second City a prime landmark destination. Here’s how:

VIATechnik is sponsoring a very unique, once in a lifetime, museum design competition.  VIATechnik’s CEO, Danielle Dy Buncio explained what a great honor it is to host this unofficial contest where aspiring designers and architects can showcase their talents and passion for the Star Wars Franchise and it’s maker George Lucas, all while helping Chicago become a destination for the Lucas Cultural Museum.  George Lucas envisions an iconic museum in a 1st class city.  Dy Buncio explains that she hopes the winning submission showcases an iconic design while being mindful of (and taking advantage of) Chicago’s landscape, robust architectural history, and four seasons.

Please note that this contest is not sponsored by George Lucas, the Lucas Cultural Arts Museum, Lucasfilm, or the City of Chicago.  Winning entries will be shared with the City of Chicago’s  Selection Task Force, but it does not guarantee in any way that any of the designs will be used by the Task Force.

Contest Closes June 15, 2014, so get started now!

More onformation: viatechnik.com

 

Project Architect at Michaelis Boyd Associates

Michaelis Boyd is a well-established West London design led practice currently working on very exciting projects in the UK and internationally. Our diverse portfolio includes Soho House, Byron restaurants, quirky London townhouses, a large hotel in New York and luxury apartments in the Battersea Power Station.

We are currently recruiting for a fully qualified Architect to work on an increasing workload for design based projects.This position is ideal for an ambitious job running Architect with at least 4 years post Part 3 experience, who wants to work in a medium sized firm where you will be an integral member of the team. The individual should be enthusiastic, energetic and looking for exposure to a variety of projects of varied scale from inception through to completion.

The individual should be confident in designing and delivering projects to a high technical standard. Verbal and graphic skills are key as there will be frequent client meetings and presentations. We are looking for a strong portfolio showing innovative design, thorough construction knowledge and experience of working at all RIBA stages.
The candidate must be RIBA or ARB registered Architect with extensive experience of working within the United Kingdom with the following skills:

– Excellent presentation skills, both verbally and drawing
– Experience of working directly with the client, contractor and design team
– Detailed knowledge of UK residential design standards and statutory requirements
– Excellent working knowledge of CAD systems, Vectorworks
– Knowledge of BIM drawing/information management would be an advantage
– The candidate must be a team player and able to work to tight deadlines!

This is a perfect opportunity for an ambitious architect to join our established, creative and friendly studio. Please email careers[@]michaelisboyd.com with an up-to-date CV and portfolio of work.

London Organic Skyscraper

COMPETITION:
This international competition calls on and challenges participants to design or present a fresh concept for an Organic Skyscraper – a skyscraper that grows or changes form according to future requirement.

The skyscraper will serve as a tech city (technology and digital media centered companies) within the area. The design proposal should be one with topology that allows for the possibility to grow as the need for more space becomes necessary in the future to counter today’s ever-increasing number of city commercial skyscrapers which are under utilised, sparsely occupied or even with empty floors. This has on some occasion been due to the trend for commissioning and constructing too many unnecessarily high skyscrapers resulting in low-density use or occupancy in major cities.

The design should be visually and aesthetically engaging, explore and investigate the possibilities for urban Skyscrapers that present the unique possibility to increase useable space vertically and horizontally as the need arises or even to shrink where there is space or height surplus to requirement. It should also maximise the positive impact of such a Vertical Structures whist minimising the negative.

ELIGIBILITY:

  • Architects
  • Graduate Architects
  • Architecture Students
  • Team (Architects, Graduate Architect, Architecture Students, Engineers, Designers, Urbanists)

FEES:
Every entrant shall be required to pay an entry fee as follows:

  • Special Registration: $60 US from 06th February 00:00 (GMT) to 20th February 2014 23:59 (GMT)
  • Early Registration: $80 US from 21st February 00:00 (GMT) to 17th March 2014 23:59 (GMT)
  • Standard Registration: $100 US from 18th March 00:00 (GMT) to 29th May 2014 23:59 (GMT)
  • Late Registration: $150 US from 30th May 00:00 (GMT) to 10th June 2014 23:59 (GMT)

SUMBMISSION DEADLINE
10th June 2014 ———————————– Closing Date for Submissions

Interior Designer at Cannon Design

Do you aspire to design innovative workplace solutions that empower the leading organizations of our time to strengthen their business? Our Corporate Commercial group is seeking an interior designer with these aspirations and the skills to execute to join our highly-collaborative and supportive team.

The selected candidate will balance a high-level of creative freedom with clients’ practical needs in the pursuit of impactful design. The position requires a minimum of seven years of corporate interior design experience during which the candidate has demonstrated success in leading the conceptualization and implementation of corporate interiors projects and the ability collaborate with colleague and clients. A degree from a professional program in interior design or architecture is also required, with licensure as an architect or registration as an interior design preferred. The position also requires proven experience with Revit.

Qualified candidates should upload resumes and portfolios at www.cannondesign.com/careers

CannonDesign shapes success for clients in the areas of corporate, health, education and government markets by engaging diverse perspectives and expertise to together create design solutions to the greatest challenges facing our clients and society.  Our global network of more than a thousand people drive a dynamic culture of innovation with strong emphasis on creativity, collaboration, mutual support, personal growth, productivity and accountability, offering challenging and rewarding career opportunities in a high-performance team environment.

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, protected veteran status, or disability status.

Please apply through our career portal at www.cannondesign.com

Can you make this sad space AWESOME?

BrightLane Inc. is offering individuals an opportunity to change a little piece of Toronto, Ontario, Canada. We are open to any ideas and suggestions that will transform our site into something awesome.

Site: A large alleyway 12 feet wide X 153 feet deep, beside BrightLane’s building located at 545 King Street West in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

This alley is located between a 5 story building and a 1 story building, and is accessible from King Street West. Designs may incorporate the walls of each building but must allow for a person to pass through the space to access a door at the end of the alley.

Entry: Ideas, drawings, or renderings are welcomed by all designers, creatives, architects, and engineers; both students and professionals. Individuals and teams are welcome to submit multiple entries.

Prize: The person/team that submits the winning idea will be invited to help implement their idea and receive free membership to BrightLane’s community of entrepreneurs plus free work-space and entrepreneurial support on King Street West in Toronto.

*emails submitted to the contest will be the primary means for communication. Ensure the email submitted with your entry is a functional address.

Dates:
Registration begins: April 9th, 2014
Submissions due: June 9th, 2014
Competition deadline extended: June 30th, 2014 at 11:59pm. 
Winner Announced: June 16th, 2014

Contact:
Any questions can be sent to social[@]brightlane.ca

Website:
brightlane.ca

Part 1 Architectural Assistant at John Thompson & Partners

John Thompson & Partners is looking for talented Part I Architectural Assistants interested in a challenging and varied experience in a structured learning environment.

The ideal applicants will demonstrate an enthusiasm for quality design, strong attention to detail and an ability to work on their own initiative as well as part of a team.

We are particularly interested in graduates with excellent visual communication skills (hand and CAD). 3d skills and Revit are highly desirable.

We offer Part 1 students the opportunity to develop new skills and technical expertise in a fast-paced environment. You will be exposed to a range of business and practical issues whilst working on a variety of architectural and urban design projects.

As a member of our professional training group you will benefit from structured mentoring, performance and log-book reviews and knowledge-sharing discussions.

In return for your enthusiasm and dedication we can offer you a great place to work, competitive salary, 25 days holiday (plus 3 additional days at Christmas), profit share and other benefits.

To apply, please send your CV, covering letter stating your expected grade and examples of work to:

Janet Lewis
John Thompson & Partners
23-25 Great Sutton Street
London EC1V 0DN
careers[@]jtp.co.uk

John Thompson & Partners is an equal opportunities employer and welcomes applications from all sections of the community.

For further information about us please see www.jtp.co.uk and www.jtpchina.cn

Designer/Architect at Shubin + Donaldson Architects

JOB DESCRIPTION: Shubin + Donaldson Architects in Culver City is seeking a motivated Designer/Architect with 3-5 years of experience in publication-quality commercial and residential projects as an addition to our team. S+D is currently undertaking a diverse range of new projects, including ground-up construction, commercial renovations, creative workplaces, and custom residences.

POSITION REQUIREMENTS: Candidates must have demonstrated proficiency in conceptual design, design presentation, and construction documentation. We are seeking a talented individual with the ability to work both independently in a self-directed manner as well as collaboratively within a project team. Strong organizational and communication skills are essential. Proficiency with developing construction documents and experience in Revit are required. Candidates must hold a Bachelor’s or Master’s Degree in Architecture. Candidates must be U.S. Citizens or have permanent residence status.

COMPENSATION: Commensurate with experience.

ABOUT S+D ARCHITECTS: Shubin + Donaldson is a growing, award-winning design practice staffed by 30 architects and designers, plus support staff. See our work at www.shubinanddonaldson.com.

SUBMISSION INSTRUCTIONS: Interested candidates who meet the above requirements may email their resume and selected work samples with “Culver City Designer/Architect” in the subject line to jobs[@]sandarc.com. Please send PDF-format files only, 5MB maximum. No phone calls will be accepted.

2014 Design Awards Call for Entry Now Open

Kicking off our awards season at AIA Los Angeles, we are proud to announce the opening of the 2013 Design Awards Call for Entry. Over 30 awards were given last year in the built & unbuilt categories, give yourself and your project the chance of winning a coveted AIA|LA Design Award.

Important Information:

Registration + Submission:
The AIA|LA Design Awards registration deadline is May 30, 2014.

Individuals or firms may submit any number of projects to the AIA|LA Design Awards and NEXT LA Awards. An entry will be eligible even thought eh submitting architect is not the sole author, providing the submitting architect credits all other participants who substantially contributed to the design of the project. AIA|LA uses a paperless, digital submission entry. Registrations for all awards should be completed online.

Categories:

  • AIA|LA Design Awards: Built Projects
  • Next LA Awards: Unbuilt Projects
  • Cultural Affairs Commission Design Awards

Important Dates

  • Registration Closes:
    Sunday, June 1, 2014 at 11:59 PM
  • Submission Materials Due:
    Thursday, August 7, 2014 by 5:00 PM

More information: AIA|LA