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WAN House of the Year Awards 2011

Tuesday 22 Nov 2011

House of the Year – Discounted entry closing soon

WAN House of the Year Awards 2011 by WAN Editorial
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WAN House of the Year Awards discounted entries open until 30 November 2011 

The WAN House of the Year Award is our longest running international competition and the final of our six Specialist series for 2011. The award celebrates and promotes the best in international architecture for single-family houses, attracting entries from all over the world and providing a global platform to showcase your designs.

If you have designed a house / single-family house project completed on or after 01 November 2010, you can now enter for the WAN House of the Year Awards 2011.

2010’s winner: “Being featured on WAN was probably the tipping point,” says Tom Kundig on his award-winning project, Pierre. “The immediate reaction was an incredible upswing in blog activity: it just went global, you could see it happening virtually overnight. It certainly got our work out there and we already have two new clients who specifically referenced the Pierre.”

The WAN AWARDS is one of the most cost-effective means of getting worldwide exposure for your project and firm. More developers and clients are now using WAN to source architects and with over 860 entries from 51 countries, our awards scheme is officially the world’s largest architectural awards programme.

The deadline for DISCOUNTED ENTRIES is the 30 NOVEMBER. You can find all the information you need by clicking here, but please contact amy.knight@wantoday.com if you need any help or advice.

Good Luck!

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Status Closing 31 December
Value 0(m€)
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