This is a respond to a previously asked question about the A' Design Award and Competition. The full list of frequently asked questions can be accessed here.
#239: When applying to architecture and interior design categories, do the projects have to be executed and built? Can we submit projects that are designed and rendered on computer?
For architecture and interior design categories, projects can be both conceptual or realized projects. Conceptual projects could be computer designs and renderings, mock-ups or visualization. Realized projects can be built or completed buildings and interiors. When submitting conceptual projects, renders should be submitted as images. Plans, sections, elevations can be submitted as a part of the PDF Document that is made visible only to jury (while images will be visible to public). For realized or built projects, both renders, visualizations and photo-shots of the works are accepted, and again a PDF document up to 40 pages could be uploaded for the considerations of the jury only, which could include again schematics, plans, sections or elevations.
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