The R.I.A.I. Architectural Awards has announced the awards deadline. Mark Thursday April the 7th in your diary for the awards submission date.
If you’re thinking of entering the awards you should plan to have your presentation prepared one week in advance.
Enter Now to the 2016 RIAI Irish Architecture Awards.
Now in their 27th year, the RIAI Irish Architecture Awards celebrate the best architecture in Ireland and around the world. Winning projects reflect quality and advances in architecture, and show the value that architecture adds to society across a range of typologies.
Why Should I Enter?
Why Should I Enter?
The RIAI Awards are judged by an expert jury of award-winning architects and renowned assessors.
The RIAI Irish Architecture Awards are accompanied by an effective and far-reaching national media campaign. Traditionally, the winner of the Public Choice Award has been announced on RTE Radio One Morning Ireland while RTE Six One News has covered the awards for television. In addition, there has been substantial media coverage in national and regional newspapers as well as regional radio. The audience reach in 2015 has been over 2 million.
The RIAI Awards are accompanied by a Digital Marketing and Social Media campaign.
The RIAI Awards are accompanied by in-depth publication in Architecture Ireland and The RIAI Annual Review.
The RIAI Awards are accompanied by a public engagement programme – our Walks + Talks of award-winning buildings, led by the architects.
What’s New in 2016?
In 2016 we are developing the RIAI Awards further to enhance their role and impact, including with a new venue and format. We are also introducing new two award categories:
- Best Fit-out Award
- A Student Award for Sustainable Design in partnership with the RIAI Sustainability Task Force
Key Dates for 2016
February – Call for Entries RIAI Awards 2016
April 7 – Submission date for RIAI Awards 2016 (post Easter)
May – Jury Assessment and Public Choice Award
June 24 – Awards Ceremony Date 2016
Congratulations to Denis Byrne Architects, an award-winning Dublin architecture practice, has won the Architecture Review‘s prestigious 2016 Work Award for its Gas Networks Ireland Services Centre in Finglas, Dublin. Established in London in 1896, the Architecture Review is considered to be the leading authority on contemporary architecture in the world. The judges of the AR Work Award 2016 shortlisted four international projects from over a hundred entries and visited each of the shortlisted projects- in Mexico, the USA, Sweden and Ireland- prior to reaching its decision.http://architectureireland.ie/ar_2016_work_award
Cooney Architects win gold at international green apple awards for Leitrim Innovation & Growth Centre, in Carrick-on-Shannon, Co. Leitrim. This was a project that we had photographed for the Architects. The project was a nice project and an example of what the best in Irish design can achieve the designers used furniture from Leo Scarff
Cooney Architects also won a Highly Commended in the Sustainability Category of the 2014 RIAI Irish Architecture Awards. More information on the centre here Leitrim Innovation Centre Cooney Architects