The RIAI Architecture Awards 2024 works to inspire excellence in architecture to deliver a sustainable future. The annual RIAI Architecture Awards’ purpose is raise awareness of the value that architecture brings to society – from our homes to our workplaces, from our schools to our healthcare buildings, and at every scale in our villages, towns and cities. Quality architecture is inclusive and sustainable and makes a positive contribution to climate change action.
In each category, the Jury looks for projects that have produced creative, intelligent, innovative and quality design responses to the fulfillment of the brief. Entrants are encouraged to use their A1 board and Architect’s Statement to convey this information. The Jury has discretion to move a project to a more suitable category and to combine or omit categories. You can enter for more than one category.
- Conservation, Adaptation and Re-use
- Public Buildings and Infrastructure
- Workplace and Fit-Out
- Universal Design
- Urban Design
- Future Award
Eligibility and Entry Requirements:
- The RIAI Architecture Awards are open to all Registered Architects who are RIAI Members and we
welcome projects across all types and scales, and from a diverse range of practices.
- Projects submitted for the 2024 Awards must be practically completed between 1 January and 31 December 2023. This does not apply to the Masterplanning and Research categories.
- Only projects by Registered Architects who are RIAI Members shall be considered and projects need to comply with such legal obligations and regulations as may be applicable.
- The Registered Architect submitting the entry and using their RIAI Membership details must be responsible for the design of project.
- Shortlisted entries will be part of RIAI’s exciting Public Choice Campaign, which reaches large audiences and inspires the public and clients about the value of quality architecture.
- The Winners and Shortlisted entries will feature in RIAI’s national and regional media campaigns and on all RIAI media platforms, as well as the RIAI Journal, Architecture Ireland.