Terms of entry

Competition entries

All realized projects, which assign to the following categories and are completed after 1st January 2012 can be handed in. A maximum of three projects per entrant may be submitted in one or more categories. There is no charge for entering the competition.


The competition is open to architects, interior designers and design professionals. Building owners and product manufacturers may also submit entries, provided they indicate the names of the architects, interior designers and design professionals responsible for the project in question.


The AIT Award is divided in eight different categories: all types of architectural projects and interior spaces can be submitted.

1. Living / Housing
2. Hotel / Restaurants
3. Retail / Trade fair design
4. Office / Administrations
5. Health + Care
6. Sport / Leisure
7. Public Building / Education
8. Production

Documents to be submitted

The following documentation must be submitted in English or German.
One display board in A0 format (84,1 x 118,9 cm, portrait format) per project, with all the plans, elevations, cross-sections, detail drawings and photographs necessary for visualizing and understanding the project. Please download the Layout for the display board from www.ait-award.com. The plans have to be mounted on a 10 mm kappa board (foam board). Rolled-up paper plans will not be accepted.

Explanatory report (one A4 page, in English or German)
The description of the project should contain the underlying design thinking, the spatial concept and information about the use of materials. If the building’s concept fulfils guidelines of sustainability, a brief statement is requested.

Declaration of authorship (also doubles as entry form: see appendix). Please fax copies in advance, to reach us not later than 19th February 2014!

All documentation must be sent to the competition organisers at the entrant’s own expense. Upon receipt these materials will become the property of AIT, they will not be returned and must be made available without charge to the organisers (for exhibitions, documentation, publications, internet presentations, press photos, etc). Especially photographs of the submitted projects and portrait photos of the author(s) responsible for the design must be made available free of charge for purposes of publication of the award.