The AAP™ Firm of the Year Award recognizes the excellence of inspiring and innovative architecture, interior, and landscape design firms around the globe.
The Firm of the Year Award honors the total body of work of small, medium, and large companies in their own categories based on firm size and area of expertise. The AAP team and jury have created the most comprehensive award structure that ensures that firm resources and specialization are taken into consideration.
The American Architecture Prize is aimed to be one of the most respected awards in the industry, showcasing the phenomenal talent and vision displayed by architects all over the world. The AAP is built on a passion for architecture that has acted as a catalyst to reward the very best work from architects across the globe.
We believe great architecture is about creating a lasting design that will remain for generations while inspiring people and enriching their lives. Innovative buildings, designs and landscapes can help redesign the way we live our lives for the better and enable us to make the most of the space we have.
Winners will enjoy world-wide media attention, publicity, inclusion in the press campaign, and receive the AAP Firm of the Year Trophy, invitation to the winners event, among other benefits.
Submissions are open to firms based anywhere in the world.
The AAP Firm of the Year Award distinguishes companies based on the size of their teams and their specialty. Multi-disciplinary firms are encouraged to submit portfolios to more than one category.
The “AAP Firm of the Year” winners will have their portfolio showcased to a worldwide audience, receive the AAP Trophy, and enjoy extensive publicity throughout the following year.
Companies are required to submit one PDF with their entry, that contains the following information:
The PDF can be utilized freely to best represent the firm’s achievements. Formatting requirements: A4/US Letter sized with a maximum size of 10MB.
The AAP is open to architecture firms and design companies globally. Entrants should be able to showcase a body of work over at least a 5 year period.