Please note: all material must be submitted electronically, unless otherwise specified. No physical materials will be accepted.
Each firm or individual submitting work for consideration in Contemporary Classical: Architecture, Urbanism and Craft in Florida and the Greater Caribbean must complete the following for each submitted project:
1) Online Entry Form (see below)
2) Profile Statement
A brief statement (approximately 100 -150 words) describing the firm or individual responsible for the project, including information such as year founded, names of principals, history, specific focus or mission, etc.
3) Project Presentation
A PDF document of no more than 20 pages that both documents and showcases the submitted project. Submissions should be thoughtfully crafted to fully describe and convey the nature, scope, details and highlights of the project and should include:
Project title and location;
Project description of approximately 250 - 500 words describing the theoretical and conceptual content of the project; the project’s context and goals; any specific issues or features related to site, materials, construction methods, etc; any other information necessary to briefly convey the significance and scope of the project;
Visual material that fully represents the project. This visual material can include photographs, drawings, site plans, floor plans, elevations, sections, and details.
PDFs of Project Presentations should be named as follows:
[name of firm or individual]_[project name]_[presentation]
4) High-resolution files of all visual material (photographs, drawings, diagrams, etc.) included in the Project Presentation. Visual material should be submitted and named according to these guidelines and must be accompanied by relevant release forms (see Guidelines for Submitting Visual Materials.)
Firms or individuals can submit up to three separate projects for consideration in Contemporary Classical: Architecture, Urbanism and Craft in Florida and the Greater Caribbean, as long as each project meets the stated requirements (see Eligibility). However, please note that each project must be submitted separately and must be accompanied by the required material and information.
The firm or individual making a submission must have the approval of all parties with legal ownership of the project, the client, architect and or designer of record, or developer. Those making the submission must have permission to use all photography and printed material contained within the submission. The ICAA FL and ICAA reserve the right to use all materials contained within the submission on their website, in print, and digital media for promotional purposes.