New York Designs 2010: call for submissions
The Architectural League of New York is hosting an ongoing call for submissions for quality architectural works. Whether you’re a budding student or a seasoned architect, this could be your chance to assist them in their mission to to advance the art of architecture.
By promoting excellence and innovation, the league helps increase the awareness of creative and intellectual work in architecture, urbanism, and related disciplines.
Through lectures, exhibitions, publications and the Internet, they present the work and ideas of architects and designers to New York, national and international audiences.
Young, emerging architects are encouraged to work with them to. They understand that these architects are their future, and assist with competitions, grants, exhibitions, and publications.
Calling all architects
Note: the committee selects projects quarterly for presentation in New York Designs. Please submit material by March 1, June 1, September 1, and December 1 for consideration in the following quarter.
2010 New York Designs Committee
Andrew Berman, Stella Betts, Phu Hoang, Joe MacDonald, Anne Rieselbach, Linnaea Tillett, Shawn Watts, Claire Weisz, Barbara Wilks, and Stephen Yablon
Call for Submissions
Architects, landscape architects, engineers, and other designers are invited to submit projects to the Architectural League’s New York Designs series. Projects of all types at any scale, either built (completed within one year of submission) or under construction in New York City, are welcome. Quality is the sole criterion for selection.
New York Designs recognizes accomplished built work in New York City. If your project is selected, League staff will work with you to develop an appropriate presentation, most often taking the format of an on-site tour or brief lecture. We invite designers to include project collaborators, such as consultants, contractors, engineers, clients, and others in the project presentation. Submission assumes the accessibility of the space by a group of 20-30 people and availability of the designer to take part in a New York-based program. Travel monies will not be provided.
New York Designs is an ongoing project recognition series. You may submit a project at any time.
Submissions are digital. Please submit a PDF of no more than four pages that includes project images, a written statement not to exceed 250 words, and a brief project description and timeline.
Submissions should be sent to Nick Anderson at email@example.com. For more information, call 212.753.1722 x13.
League programs are made possible, in part, by public funds from the National Endowment for the Arts and the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act, the New York State Council on the Arts, a State Agency, and the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, in partnership with the City Council.
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