Awards

AIA Seattle hosts a diverse range of award programs to recognize individual architects for their work, as well as recognizing projects that represent the highest level of design achievement.

HONOR AWARDS

AIA Seattle’s Honor Awards for Washington Architecture is a nationally-recognized program that explores and honors projects designed by architects throughout the state of Washington.

VOLUNTEER & COMMITTEE AWARDS

The AIA Seattle and Design in Public Volunteer Awards recognize individuals who demonstrate attributes of an emerging leader, poised for significant contribution and accomplishment through their work, community service, and/or active participation in AIA Seattle or Design in Public programs and committees. The Committee Award recognizes and honors a group of AIA Seattle volunteers who has made an outstanding contribution to the organization. Learn more about the Volunteer and Committee Awards.

AWARDS FOR INDIVIDUALS

AIA Seattle has a long tradition of recognizing individuals and organizations for their outstanding achievements in support of the profession of architecture and the AIA. Learn more about our awards for individuals.

SCHOLARSHIPS FOR INDIVIDUALS

AIA Seattle supports the future of the profession through University-level scholarships and pre-collegiate internships.

Home of Distinction

AIA architects are highlighted in Shelter, a bi-monthly section inside Seattle magazine, which boasts 270,000 readers and 175,000+ online visitors each month. Learn more about the Home of Distinction program and deadlines.

PROJECT OF THE MONTH

The Project of the Month program is a juried review of architect-designed projects including commercial, industrial and multi-family residential buildings for monthly publication in the Daily Journal of Commerce.

Design in Public

VIA Architecture's SDF2020 Community Spotlight Installation

Seattle Design Festival

Seattle Design Festival virtually connected designers, community members and civic leaders to explore the ways design improves our city and our lives - August 15-23, 2020. Read more

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