You may have noticed that we've got an awards program going on at the moment. You know, the A+ Awards, the only architecture awards to "break architecture out of the echo chamber"? Right! Well, we're currently accepting submissions for 50 awards categories that make up the program, asking you—architects—to enter your best projects , built and unbuilt alike, for a chance to win. An extensive 200-member strong jury made up of designers (Steven Holl, Jeanne Gang), thought leaders (Aaron Koblin of Google, Charles Adler of Kickstarter), and the people who actually hire architects (Ian Schrager and Tony Hsieh) will select the world's best buildings and the winning firms behind them.
So how to get in on the action? Click here to learn how to enter. But hurry! Early entry ends in 2 days this Friday, November 9. You'll want to get your submissions in by then to take advantage of an early entry pricing; plus, think of all the sleep you'll get knowing you've already entered. Remember, you can't win unless you enter.