• Tuesday , 25 July 2017

Voting Ends on Friday for Public Choice Awards

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The RIAI Irish Architecture Awards 2017 Public Choice Award

This award is chosen by the public and is dependent on how many people make online votes for a project in order for it to win the Public Choice 2017.

The project that has the most online votes is declared the Public Choice winner 2017.

The shortlist is selected by the 2017 IAA Juries, from projects that have been entered across 13 different categories – projects have to be practically complete in 2016 in order to enter the RIAI Awards.

Now in their 28th year, the RIAI Irish Architecture Awards are the premier architectural awards in Ireland. The Awards recognise excellence in design and the contribution made by architecture to society for everyone’s benefit.

VOTING CLOSES ON 16 JUNE AT MIDNIGHT

Here are the categories for 2017:

  1. Commercial / Retail / Fit-Out – This Award is kindly sponsored by Lisney
  2. Conservation / Restoration – This Award is kindly sponsored by Kingscourt Brick
  3. Cultural / Public / Community Buildings – This Award is kindly sponsored by KCC Architectural
  4. Educational Buildings – This Award is kindly sponsored by Kingspan Insulated Panels
  5. Future Award – a new talent in architecture, in association with Architecture Ireland, the RIAI Journal
  6. Health Care Buildings – This Award is kindly sponsored by Soprema
  7. House of the Year – new houses and houses extensions in Dublin, Connacht, Leinster, Munster and Ulster – This Award is kindly sponsored by Miele
  8. Housing (more than 1 unit) – This Award is kindly sponsored by Vandersanden of Kingscourt Country Manor Bricks
  9. International Award – projects by registered Irish Architects overseas. – This Award is kindly sponsored by Enterprise Ireland
  10. Place of the Year – Places and Spaces in Dublin and in Connacht, Leinster, Munster and Ulster
  11. Research
  12. Sustainable -This Award is kindly sponsored by VELUX
  13. Universal Design Award, in partnership with CEUD

The Public Choice Award winner will be announced by RIAI President Carole Pollard on morning Ireland on Friday 23 June. Vote by clicking HERE

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