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Transatlantic awards seek your entries

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Entries are invited for the 11th Annual American Institute of Architects London/UK Chapter Excellence in Design Awards Programme. The awards programme recognises and honours excellence in design:

by UK-based architects for projects anywhere in the world;

by architects anywhere in the world for projects in the UK;

by students of architecture enrolled in UK universities.

We believe our awards are highly valued by architects because they give a transatlantic dimension to recognition of their achievements.

Entries are sought from British-based architects and from architects throughout the world for built projects in the UK. In previous years this broad mix has resulted in winning projects from, among others, the offices of de Rijke Marsh Morgan, Foster and Partners, Rick Mather, Zaha Hadid, Allford Hall Monaghan Morris, Sauerbruch Hutton, Will Alsop and David Chipperfield.

In parallel with the professional awards, the London/UK Chapter has chosen to recognise future talent through the Noel Hill Student Travel Awards Programme. Entries are sought from students currently enrolled in UK universities for a portfolio of their work.

Submissions are due by Friday 4 March 2005 at 5pm.

The awards night is on Tuesday 22 March at the Royal Society of Arts, 8 John Adam Street, London WC2N 6EZ.

The jury members are Simon Conder, Ted Cullinan, Tim Macfarlane, Andrew Orgorzalek, Chris Wilkinson and Roger Zogolovitch.

For more information, please email info@aiauk. org or visit www. aiauk. org Joanne Carpenter, via email

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