Houses, commercial buildings, public structures, interior architecture, community projects, monuments, parks, transportation infrastructure, or anything else architectural can be submitted to the Boston Society of Architects’ (BSA) Unbuilt Architecture Awards program. Architects, design educators, and architecture students will serve as jurors to review entries from their peers who are teaching, studying, or practicing anywhere in the world. Projects cannot be under construction or permitted to be eligible—this competition is intended to honor work that may never be realized.
Presentation boards, project descriptions, a disc with all drawings or renderings, and a completed entry form are due by 4 p.m. on July 27 and are required for each submission. View several past winners in the accompanying slideshow and learn more about the program on the BSA website.