Sustainable Design Awards Program co-sponsored by the Boston Architects Society and AIA New York Chapter
The overuse of fossil fuels, unprecedented population growth, and the pollution of air, water, and the land cannot continue. Sustainable development should provide a basic level of comfort for all while repairing and protecting local and global ecosystems for future generations. A broad definition of sustainability must include social, economic, cultural, aesthetic, and natural components of our environment. In this program, we honor work that contributes, by its design, to the creation of a sustainable world.
This program is open to any designer practicing anywhere in the world; the work submitted may be anywhere in the world. “Designers” in this context includes anyone involved in the physical design of places or buildings, including architects, planners, landscape architects, engineers, and allied design professionals. All types of projects including buildings, urban, regional, and rural planning, landscape design, interior design, renovation, and rehabilitation projects are eligible.
Deadline: February 20, 2007
52 Broad Street
Boston MA 02109-4301
Submission to arrive by 4:00 pm, February 20, 2007.
For more information about the Sustainable Design Awards Program and to read the CFE, visit http://architects.org/design_awards_programs/index.cfm?doc_id=9#Sustainable_Design
For more information: call/write Richard Fitzgerald at 617-951-1433x232 firstname.lastname@example.org