Institute of Classical Architecture & Art

Awards & Prizes

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John Staub Awards

The Texas Chapter of the ICAA announces the 3rd Annual John Staub Awards program. These awards recognize and promote excellence in the classical and vernacular traditions. Awards will go to design and craftsmanship that contributes to these traditions in Texas and, in turn, builds on the legacy of John Staub.

SCHEDULE
August 1, 2013 – Regular Entry Deadline: Entry Forms, Fees, and Submittals due by 5:00 pm
August 21, 2013 – Late Entry Deadline: Entry Forms, Fees, and Submittals due by 5:00 pm, extra fee required
August 28, 2013 – Jury Meets
September 1, 2013 – Announcement of Winners posted on www.classicist-texas.org.
October 4, 2013 – ICAA Board Meeting; Cocktail Reception
October 5, 2013 – John Staub Awards Gala

DESIGN CATEGORIES:
The jury will have latitude in defining categories of projects to receive awards and also in granting special citations. Designers are encouraged to submit projects, regardless of whether they fit neatly into the categories described below. All categories except urban design require projects to be constructed.

Residential Architecture – less than 5,000sf
Includes single-family houses and multi-family projects. Renovation, addition, and restoration work to residential architecture can be submitted under this category and may be recognized with a special citation.

Residential Architecture – more than 5,000sf
Includes single-family houses and multi-family projects up to 12 units. Larger scale multi-family projects must be submitted under Architecture. Renovation, addition, and restoration work to residential architecture can be submitted under this category and may be recognized with a special citation.

Architecture
Includes all architecture other than Residential as described above. Renovation, addition, and restoration work can be submitted under this category and may be recognized with a special citation:

Landscape Architecture / Interior Design / Furniture Urban Design

CRAFTSMANSHIP CATEGORIES
The jury will have latitude in defining categories of projects to receive awards and also in granting special citations. Designers are encouraged to submit projects, regardless of whether they fit neatly into the categories described below. All projects are required to be constructed.

Architecture
Built work crafted by the entrant and completed as a permanent element or component of a building or landscape, either on-site or in a shop.

Interior Design / Furniture
Built work crafted by the entrant and completed as a stand-alone object.

MORE INFORMATION
Please visit the Texas Chapter website for more information.