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LEAF Awards 2016
LEAF Awards 2016
LEAF Awards 2016
LEAF Awards 2016
LEAF Awards 2016

LEAF Awards 2016

Whitehall, London SW1A, UK, London, United Kingdom
The LEAF (Leading European Architecture Forum) Awards is an annual awards ceremony founded in 2001 and now brings together leading architects, designers, developers and suppliers operating around the world. It recognises innovative architectural design projects and celebrates excellence in building design on an international basis. Every year each entry project is judged within its specific category by a leading panel of esteemed industry experts from around the world. Typically the LEAF Awards receives over 200 entries from a variety of architectural practices with recently completed or almost completed building design projects. It gives architects and designers big and small the opportunity to have their projects judged on a level playing field and recognized by the industry’s leading design elite, peers and media How to Submit an Entry For display purposes, Arena International Events Group will produce each entry on A3 page to be produced in a standard format to ensure equality in the judging process. For this we require the following: A 400-word overview of the project, including: Location and site characteristics Construction systems Any specific materials used for the project(s) A maximum of ten high-resolution images with captions. (Images should be sent as high resolution as possible, minimum 300dpi.) A high-resolution image of your logo (minimum 300dpi). Please supply the text in a Word document and images as .jpg documents. In submitting the above material, you grant to Cornhill Publications Ltd indefinite, worldwide, non-exclusive, fully paid licence to reproduce and display all text, images, trademarks, logos and other provided content. Helpful Hints when submitting entries When submitting entries the Jury have offered the following advice which they believe will help practices show off not only their projects in the best possible light but also give them the best chance of being shortlisted: Guidance on Picture submissions Submit where possible at least 6, but no more than 10, images, - this should include a cross section of a building project which is always helpful to explain the basic building form. This can include preliminary sketches, alternative preliminary schemes, and excerpts from working drawings. Excessive Computer generated designed images are NOT recommended and often damage the chances of an entrant. Please limit the use of these to a maximum of two per entry. We do however recommend architectural drawings and plans of the building and its surrounding areas. Ariel views would be useful but ultimately a good site plan would be just as acceptable. Guidance on Text Write up Submit where possible details of project in particular cost and square footage. Information on context of the building and any precedents set by the design
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