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  • It's the Architecture!

    The industry is entering a new era in sustainable design, with focus returning to architecture.

  • 2012 EcoHome Design Awards

    Meet the 17 winners of our annual competition for innovative design of high-performance housing.

  • Vote for Your Favorite Modernist House

    Submissions are in and voting is open for the inaugural George Matsumoto prize that honors new modernist houses built in North Carolina by architects or designers from around the world.

  • Competition for Unbuilt or Theoretical Designs

    Any architect, teacher, or student can enter on the boards projects of all types—real or theoretical—in the BSA Unbuilt Architecture Awards

  • International Architecture Student Competition

    The Hoop Cup 2012 invites architecture students worldwide to design a cultural complex consisting of engaging outdoor spaces.

  • Enter the 2012 Best in American Living Awards

    The NAHB currently is accepting submissions for its 2012 Best in American Living Awards (BALA). The awards are given to innovative residential designs that most effectively anticipate lifestyle trends in the U. S.

  • Living Building Challenge wins 2012 Buckminster Fuller Challenge

    The green-building program wins the $100,000 prize to further develop and scale its work.

  • AIA Other Awards

    Some of the AIA's other awards: Young Architects Award, Associates Award, Whitney M. Young Jr. Award, Collaborative Achievement Award, and Thomas Jefferson Awards for Public Architecture.

  • Harsh Climate, Tight Budget

    The winner of the Living Aleutian Home Design Competition applies Living Building Challenge metrics in a remote, 61-person town on Alaska's Aleutian Islands.

  • AIA Seattle Honor Awards

    James L. Cutler, FAIA, will be awarded the 2012 AIA Seattle Medal of Honor on June 16 for promoting and contributing to outstanding design in the region.