Women in Architecture Awards

Women in Architecture Awards
Now in its eighth year, the Women in Architecture campaign is an initiative of Architects Journal and The Architectural Review. It combines an annual survey, a partner programme and a series of events and awards that promote role models for young women in architectural practice.

The initiative aims to raise the profile of women in architecture across the globe, celebrating success and inspiring change. Winners, shortlisted entrants and all of the nominees represent the making of a real and positive difference to architectural practice.

The Women in Architecture Awards include the categories of Architect of the Year and the Moira Gemmill Prize for achievements and completed projects by women under 45. People can either be nominated by colleagues or nominate themselves for these awards.

In addition there are two further awards for lifetime achievement which are not open for nominations; the Jane Drew Prize and the Ada Louise Huxtable Prize.

The Jane Drew Prize recognises an architectural designer who through her work and commitment to design excellence has raised the profile of women in architecture. The Ada Louise Huxtable Prize is awarded to people in the wider industry who have made a significant contribution to architectural culture.

You’ll need to act sharp if you know someone outstanding who deserves to be included! The deadline for nominations is 3 December and entry is free. Winners are celebrated at a luncheon on Friday 1 March 2019 in central London.

Discover more about the awards here.