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Eligibility
 The AIA Pasadena & Foothill Chapter AIA (AIAPF) Design Awards program celebrates architecture in the Pasadena and Foothill Chapter area and the work that its architect members perform worldwide. For a project to be eligible for consideration it must meet the requirements listed below. All entries have no time limit as to completion date. Projects that have won previous Pasadena & Foothill Chapter AIA Awards are not eligible.
Pasadena & Foothill Chapter AIA Members
Pasadena & Foothill Chapter AIA members in good standing may submit projects within or
outside the Chapter service area.
The Design Architect of Record must be the lead member of the design team and be a AIA Pasadena & Foothill Chapter architect.
Other Chapter AIA Members
Other Chapter AIA members in good standing may submit projects only within the Chapter service area.
The Design Architect of Record must be the lead member of the design team and be a member of the AIA in good standing.
Entries must be located within the AIAPF Chapter service area (download PDF map)
Non-AIA Architects
Non-AIA members are not eligible for submission.

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Students
The student category is open to all architectural students. Verification of student status will be validated by a current .edu email address.
All entries

All entries have no time limit as to completion date. Projects that have won previous Pasadena & Foothill Chapter AIA Awards are not eligible.

Award Categories:
  • "Citation Award" - Unbuilt Project and are architectural places of beauty which add to community significance. Student Awards and all unbuilt categories shall also be eligible.
  • "Merit Award" - Projects that are works of Architecture that transcend their function creating places of beauty which benefit society.
  • "Honor Award" -Projects that are in the top 10% of the merit qualified projects shall be further reviewed as eligible. This award shall only be given if the submittal demonstrates a "complete Design Effort", where the architect was involved in all aspects of Design. The applicant must list all aspects of the design principal’s participation in the project’s entry descriptions and have all required submittal exhibits.

All projects will be judged with on a matrix of values based on the requirements of submittal. The matrix shall evaluate, but limited to: Site Planning, Space Planning, Exterior Architecture, Interior Architecture, and Landscape. All results shall remain confidential to the Jury Proctor and selected members of the Design Awards Committee.






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