Secrets to Success LIVE: How to Craft a Winning Architectural Awards Submission

Join architectural copywriter Nikita Morell to learn how to tell a compelling story about your projects — and capture the attention of the A+Awards jurors.

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Entering your work for an architectural award requires an investment of your time, attention and money — so it’s only natural that you want to perfect your submission and maximize your chances of success.

As the Extended Entry Deadline for the 11th A+Awards approaches on February 24th, join architectural copywriter and A+Awards juror Nikita Morell for a fun and engaging live presentation on the art of crafting winning award submissions. Nikita will run through the do’s and don’ts of writing your submission, including tips that will help you capture the attention of the jurors and put your projects firmly in the ‘yes’ pile.

Hit the blue button to register for the talk, which will take place on February 15th at 2:00pm EST:

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It might sound obvious, but it’s easier said than done: Creating a well written project or firm description is crucial in helping jurors decide which entries they will shortlist for A+Awards accolades. With the help of expert insights from Nikita, webinar attendees will learn:

  • How to tell a compelling story about architecture through words as well as images.
  • Why you should enter architecture awards and how they can benefit your practice.
  • What jurors are looking for — and how you can fully satisfy the judging criteria.
  • Copywriting techniques you can apply to writing your award submission (and beyond).

Whether you are considering entering the program for the first time this year, or are a seasoned participant looking to refine your entries this season, this live session is one not to be missed!

Sign up now and remember to complete your A+Awards entries before February 24th, as there will be no further extensions after this date!

About Nikita Morell

Nikita is a copywriter for architects and the founder of Architects Wordshop. She helps architects communicate their value, so they can get a steady stream of ridiculously good projects. Her mission is to make architecture websites sound less robot, more human.

She has studied 663 architecture websites (you can see the results on her website) and sends emails packed with free copywriting tips, templates, and slightly amusing stories.

Follow her on controversial rants on LinkedIn, and be sure to join her email list.

About Paul Keskeys

Paul Keskeys is Editor in Chief at Architizer. An architect-trained editor, writer and content creator, Paul graduated from UCL and the University of Edinburgh, gaining an MArch in Architectural Design with distinction. Paul has spoken about the art of architecture and storytelling at many national industry events, including AIANY, NeoCon, KBIS, the Future NOW Symposium, the Young Architect Conference and NYCxDesign. As well as hundreds of editorial publications on Architizer, Paul has also had features published in Architectural Digest, PIN—UP Magazine, Archinect, Aesthetica Magazine and PUBLIC Journal.

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