International Residential Architecture Awards 2019

The Architecture Community is pleased to announce its International Residential Architecture Awards 2019. Architecture Competition inviting all architects, students, engineers, designers, and artists from around to participate.

The Architecture Community is pleased to invite to participate from around the globe to take part in the International Residential Architecture Awards 2019.

The awards will be having the following categories:

Housing | House Design | Housing More than 5 Floors | Housing Upto 5 Floors | Housing Single Family | Housing Multi- Family | House Design | Housing Interior | Household | Residential Interior | Private Housing | Private Residential | Residential | Recreation and More….

International Residential Architecture Awards 2019. Is one of the world’s most prestigious awards for high-rise architecture? It recognizes outstanding ideas that redefine Architecture design through the implementation of novel technologies, materials, programs, aesthetics, and spatial organizations along with studies on globalization, flexibility, adaptability, and the digital revolution. It is a forum that examines the relationship between the Architecture and the natural world, the Architecture and the community, and the Architects and the city.

International Residential Architecture Awards 2019. Will be judged by two stellar panels: one for design, the other for architecture. Each of the panels will be compiled of industry experts who will use their insight and experience to deliberate the results.

The Design panel will be looking for: fresh thinking and originality, beautiful execution, great storytelling, work that pushes and progresses the client brief beyond expectations, work which emotionally connects with its people.

The Architecture panel will be hoping to see: work that is programmatically, formally and spatially rich, design that pushes boundaries, projects that address issues of sustainability a people focused, client driven approach.

The reputable judges will nominate 3 finalists within each award category. The winners of the International Residential Architecture Awards 2019. Will be selected by honorable jury members. Winners will get a winner kit (Certificate and winner’s poster) Award will publish on The Architecture Community’s website and our media partner’s website

Participate here:

Submission Fee:

Early – 1st July to 31st August 2019 Fee – $99

Late – 1st September 2019 to 01st October 2019 Fee – $199

Free Entry For Students.


Registration Open 1st July 2019

Registration Closed 01st October 2019

Submission Closed 05th October 2019

Winners Announcement 30th October 2019

Competition Info:  Category: ARCHITECTURE AWARDS Organizer: The Architecture Community

Who can enter? International Residential Architecture Awards 2019. Is open to all architects, students, engineers, designers, and artists from around the globe.

Prize:  International Residential Architecture Awards 2019. Deliver unprecedented exposure for our finalists and winners.

Submission requirements:

  • 1. Maximum 4 images of project.
  • A3 size sheets (420mm X 297mm) in horizontal format and submitted as digital colored high-resolution files meant for printing in JPEG format.
  • Project About in Docs format in about 500 to 700 words.
  • Submission sent do not exceed maximum of 20Mb in zip file.
  • Unlimited Projects in multiple categories.
  • No restrictions in built, concept and projects making date.

International Residential Architecture Awards 2019. To view Jury Members click here.

Go to learn more:

Official website: For all further information about the International Residential Architecture Awards 2019. Or to submit your works visit the following official website:

Total Prize:
Prize: International Residential Architecture Awards 2019. Deliver unprecedented exposure for our finalists and winners.
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Creative Conscience Awards 2019


The Creative Conscience Awards welcome projects by students and graduates (of up to two years) from any creative discipline. The deadline for 2018 has now passed, but we’ll be launching the 2019 awards at the end of this year. The awards are the perfect opportunity to push your curiosity and create the change you want to see in the world. You can enter the awards solo or in a team (of up to six), and can choose your own issue to tackle or work from one of our exciting briefs.

Example Briefs

Our awards scheme searches for exciting projects with a focus on social impact. You can enter anything you like, as long as the project fits into one of our Impact Themes. We also have some exciting briefs that give a starting point if you feel you need it, tackling some of the most relevant issues that our world faces today. This years deadlines have passed, but feel free to download the briefs for your own personal projects, or to start working early on an entry for the 2019 awards. Shortlisted projects are judged by a panel of industry experts based on your creative approach and the potential impact of your project.

Open Brief Background

If you have an issue that you are passionate about, that you believe could help change the world in a positive way you could enter it under our Open Brief. You could identify something that isn’t working for you about the world around you and look for a solution. We’re interested however big or small your ideas are. We are looking for solutions and provocations that will call people to action and can lead to genuine impact. Projects can be conceptual or have the potential to develop into real life-changing solutions. The themes you might wish to explore can be broad and varied. Past projects have included design solutions for food waste, humanitarian aid, education, water shortage, energy efficiency, inclusivity, campaigns & products against FGM, bullying, inequality, poverty, homelessness, child abuse, over-consumption, mental illness, urban living – to list just a few subject areas.

Open Brief Challenge

The Open Brief is your chance to create a project that deals with any issue you’re passionate about solving. Identify something that isn’t working in the world around you and look for a solution, however big or small. We’re looking for solutions and provocations that have the potential to provoke action and have a genuine impact. Projects can be conceptual or have the potential to develop into real life-changing solutions. Past projects have included creative solutions for food waste, humanitarian aid, education, water shortage, energy efficiency, inclusivity, bullying, inequality, poverty, homelessness, child abuse, over-consumption, mental illness, urban living and much more.

Mental Health Background

Negative experiences happen in all of our lives: difficulties with work or finances, the breakdown of a relationship, overwhelming family responsibilities, or a significant setback for example. Mental health can affect anyone. There are many ways we can cope with mental illness: establishing and maintaining relationships, discussing our issues and taking action when possible, however there are stigmas surrounding mental health that we unfortunately need to tackle.

Mental Health Challenge

How can you use your creative skills to aid those with mental health issues? If your life or the life of those around you has been touched by mental health issues, then use these experiences as possible entry points into the brief and as a means of research to explore potential routes and solutions. The challenge really is boundless in however you want to approach it, all we ask is that the outcome is optimistic and empowering towards the audience. Let’s open up and tackle this issue head on to create some real positive change in the world. Here are some useful links to start you off: Movember Onemindinstitute

Equality Background

Equality is a human right. Both men and women are entitled to live with dignity and with freedom from want and from fear. Whether this be gender equality as a precondition for advancing development and reducing poverty: empowered women contribute to the health and productivity of whole communities, improving the prospects for the next generation. Or more general human rights for minorities, those under threat of being suppressed or living in fear because of who they are or what they believe.

Equality Challenge

Can you think of a way to change current behaviours and inspire people to understand the value brought by treating everyone equally? You may simply want to raise awareness, or perhaps you can think of a way to actively change human behaviour and understanding. Here are some useful links to start you off: Global Goals Rightsinfo Cause2create Creativeequals

Refugee Crisis Background

This brief has been set in partnership with Help Refugees The most basic requirements for refugees to regain their independence are housing, language and employment. Without housing, people become destitute; without the ability to speak the local language, it is very difficult to get a job; without employment independence is almost impossible.

Refugee Crisis Challenge

How can we creatively support the empowerment of refugees in host countries, and improve their access to opportunities? Local language: classes can be expensive and restrictive in terms of the amount that you can study, when and where. What creative solutions could help with this? Employment: refugee unemployment in the UK is 50%, and many refugees are overqualified for the jobs they take. How can we find creative ways to increase people’s chances of finding meaningful work quickly? Integration: how can we build bridges with local communities? Can you find ways to keep community at the heart of these proposals? Empowerment: Can you consider innovative ways for Help Refugees to raise more funds to allow us to do more for empowerment projects? *96p from every pound raised already goes straight to our projects on the ground.

Conscious Consumption Background

We can’t continue to consume and buy ‘stuff’ at our current rate without serious consequences. ‘The story of stuff’ tells us why.

Conscious Consumption Challenge

The Conscious Consumption brief is an opportunity to create solutions to help re-direct our worlds trajectory towards self-destruction. This could explore themes on not just what we consume, but how and why. Where do the things we consume come from, and what are their impact e.g. environmental, psychological and/or societal. What methods could we use to design products that are sustainable and have a minimal or even positive ecological impact? And what would these products be? How could mindsets be shifted (especially in first world countries) away from misguided, and damaging purchasing habits? Why do we consume, and what are the often overlooked motivations for consumption – and are there ways we can nurture or redirect these energies? The solutions to these questions should aim to educate, inspire, excite and encourage new behaviours, so we can consciously consume.


  • Creating materials/products that do not cause harm to us and our environment (e.g. cradle to cradle)
  • Designing new systems (Donut and sharing economies are examples of this)
  • How can we educate and inform people about their choices in a fun, exciting and positive way.

Reference brands: Patagonia, Fairphones and Rubymoon

The awards ceremony and beyond

If you’re a winner you will receive an invite to our awards ceremony, hosted in London in July. At the ceremony you’ll get to mingle with creatives and professionals from complimentary organisations as well as other winners. Your winning work will be displayed on our site, plus you’ll be invited to be part of the Creative Conscience Collective – a platform to communicate with other winners, past and present, and where exclusive events and opportunities are shared. Beyond the awards, we also help to bring the brightest and most innovative projects to life though our Impact scheme. Providing contacts and mentorship, we support you with your project helping to create tangible impact in the world.




2019 Restaurant & Bar Design Awards

Submissions are now open for the 2019 Restaurant & Bar Design Awards. The Awards, now in its eleventh year, is a globally recognized competition dedicated to the design of food and beverage spaces.

The Awards invites entries from the world’s top designers, architects and food and beverage space operators. The competition is open to international projects launched or renovated between the January 1st and December 31st, 2018.

About them

Now in its eleventh year, the Restaurant & Bar Design Awards is a globally recognised competition dedicated to the design of food and beverage spaces

Entries from over 70 countries cover every imaginable space; From ships to airports, museums to burger vans, from revered Michelin-starred establishments to the fleeting dynamism of pop-ups.

The judges are the most influential global personalities from hospitality, design and lifestyle media and have previously included the Editor in Chief of Wallpaper*, Marcus Wareing and Thomas Heatherwick.

The Awards are followed by over 40,000 of the most influential architects, designers, hospitality professionals and lifestyle media from around the globe.

The Restaurant & Bar Design Awards receives regular press coverage from the world’s most influential design, hospitality and lifestyle press including AD Magazine, Elle Decor, Vogue Living, Dezeen and many more.

If you want to know more about us, the awards or the rolling program of events; Connect with us via our social media channels or via our contact page.

Connecting people

We offer an annual program of unique opportunities to network and connect with the most influential restaurant, bar and hotel designers and their clients in the UK and globally.

As part of this program we organise a series of Restaurant & Bar Design Talks throughout the year. Each event is held at an innovative food and beverage space and are hosted by both the venue’s designer and their client. The events are attended by the region’s most influential designers, hospitality operators and our partners/sponsors.

The Awards

The highlight of our year is the awards ceremony. Each event is individually themed and is a unique celebration of the amazing work entered throughout the year.

Leading industry professionals award prizes for the best work as voted by our panel of internationally recognised judges. The event is more than a prize giving ceremony and offers some of the best socialising and networking opportunities in the industry. This year’s event will be held in Central London at the beginning of October 2019.


With a broad range of categories we cover every aspect of food and beverage space design

Please note that awards categories have changed this year (from previous format).

Projects by type

The following categories can be entered by UK and International projects.

For each category there will be two shortlists and two winners, one for UK entries and one for international entries.

This means that UK entries will be judged against other UK entries and international entries judged against other international entries.

  • Surface Interiors 
  • Cafe
  • Identity 
  • Lighting
  • Ceiling 
  • Colour 
  • Hotel
  • Murals & Grafiti
  • Luxury 
  • Heritage building
  • Fast Casual
  • Multiple Restaurant
  • In another space
  • Standalone rest
  • Pop Up
  • Biophilic Design 

Projects by region

The following categories can be entered by UK and International projects, based on their regional location.

For each category there will be one shortlist and one winner.

  • UK Bar
  • UK Restaurant
  • Europe Bar
  • Europe Restaurant
  • Asia Bar
  • Asia Rest
  • Americas Bar
  • Americas Restaurant
  • Australia Bar
  • Australia Restaurant
  • Middle East Bar
  • Middle East Restaurant




Jumpthegap 2018-2019 – 8th Roca International Design Contest

jumpthegap® is a biennial International Design Contest promoted by Roca with the collaboration of BCD Barcelona Design Center that is looking for conceptual, sustainable and innovative solutions for the bathroom space of the future.

8th Edition 2018/2019

The new edition of Roca International Design Contest jumpthegap® has started. The registration period will be open from October 10th until March 27th, during which young architects and designers can show their talent by submitting innovative and sustainable concepts for the bathroom space of the future.

IDCS Design Excellence Awards 2018/2019

The Interior Design Confederation Singapore is calling for submissions for its 2018/2019 Design Excellence Awards. The Awards aims to celebrate the best Interior Designers in Asia and from around the world.



Total Prize: $25.000

Student Lighting Competition Light & Culture

The IESNYC is celebrating the 19th year of the Student Lighting Competition. This year’s theme, LIGHT & CULTURE, challenges students to construct a three-dimensional study exploring the role of light in rituals, events, or rites of passage. Light can often be a critical element in a religious or national celebration, like fireworks on the Fourth of July, a lifetime milestone, like a unity candle at a wedding, or a daily observance, like a sun salutation. Light & Culture allows each individual to expand upon their own experiences of light and how it contributes to culture.

Students currently enrolled in a NYC-based college or university are eligible. 
Prizes include $2,000 for the first place winner, as well as $1,000 for the second place winner, and $500 for third.

Download additional submission requirements and FAQ’s

Reception, Exhibition, Keynote Speaker, and Announcement of the Winners
Tuesday, March 5, 2019
6:00 PM – 10:00 PM

Location (Please note new location)
4 West 43rd St
New York, NY

Student Lighting Competition Schedule and Requirements

  • Students must fill out the online application form
  • Registration closes on Sunday, February 17, 2019
  • On the day of the competition, students set up entries between 7:30 AM and 11:30 AM
  • Students, faculty, and the public return between 6:00 PM and 10:00 PM for a Reception, Exhibition, Keynote Speaker, and Announcement of the Winners
  • Key Note Speaker and Announcement of Winners begins at 8:00 PM
  • Students must pick up their submission at 10:00 PM

About the IESNYC Student Competition

The IESNYC Student Lighting Competition is dedicated to our founder, Patricia DiMaggio. As an NYC educator and past president of IESNYC, we uphold Patricia’s goals of education, community, and friendly competition. Having grown from 8 students in 2000 to over 200 students today, it is a legacy which will continue to grow with all your support.

One of the goals of the IESNYC is to promote education and greater awareness about the importance of lighting and the Student Competition is one of the contributors towards these efforts. Since 2000, they have invited students from New York City Art and Design schools to participate in a city wide design competition. The competition empowers students to explore light as an art form, demonstrate light as a stimulus, and prove light as a valuable medium. Every year, students in lighting, architecture, interior design, art, product design, photography and electrical engineering programs have submitted projects, resulting in a diverse showcase of ideas and interpretations on a single theme. The IESNYC Student Competition has been incorporated into the curriculum lighting classes in several area schools and has piqued an interest in lighting design of close to a thousand design students to date.




Total Prize: $3,500

2019 IIDA Student Design Competition

The IIDA Student Design Competition celebrates the talent and fresh design ideas of interior design students throughout the world who are currently enrolled in an interior design program or institution. The competition provides emerging professionals the opportunity to showcase their work and gain exposure in the interior design industry.

Read the 2019 Student Design Competition design brief.

Entry Information

Review the official 2019 competition guidelines.

Important Dates

Competition Opens – Monday, Nov. 5, 2018
Deadline to Enter – Monday, Feb. 4, 2019, 11:59 p.m. Central

Competition FAQ

View the responses to frequently asked questions about the 2019 competition challenge.


First, second, and third place winners will be selected by a jury of interior design and business professionals who will judge entries based on innovation and creativity, coherence and functionality, human impact, fulfillment of program requirements, and presentation of the information.

Prizes from OFS:
1st Place – $2,500
2nd Place – $1,500
3rd Place – $750

*Prizes to be split amongst team members for team submissions that win.

Winners will be announced in the Spring 2019 issue of QUAD, the IIDA student newsletter, and featured in DesignMatters and on the IIDA website.

View the 2017 winners.

Contact Information

For questions and more information, contact Clare Socker at




Total Prize: $4,750


12.03.18 full brief released

02.04.19 final submission

Two $2,500 prizes – 1 winning student team, 1 winning professional team

A competition to explore innovative interventions of underutilized spaces.

The Corridor Reuse Design Challenge is a competition to explore innovative interventions and design responses to one of the most typical and overlooked elements in large civic buildings — the corridor. Intended to serve as egress for large flows of people during concentrated periods of time (can you hear the school bell now?), corridors take up a large portion of a building’s footprint yet oftentime are forgotten.

The challenge invites creative thinkers to imagine the future life of school buildings and civic buildings that have outlived their original use. Adaptive building reuse is critical to the future development of communities and serves as an opportunity for new ideas and uses.

The competition will be grounded in Bok, a repurposed vocational school in South Philadelphia where classrooms have been converted into creative maker’s spaces, small offices, and studios, but the massive 14’ wide corridors remain unchanged. These spaces are the core of the building and have great potential to enhance community, connectivity, productivity, and interaction. We are challenging designers to reimagine the use of underutilized corridors – the ‘streets’ of a buildings.

* Registration is free and non-committal. Registering guarantees that you will receive the full competition brief and all updates




Total Prize: $5,000

Design that Educates Awards 2019


The Design that Educates Awards (DtEA) investigate the educational potential of architecture and design. The ability to communicate the implemented solutions and features is the main theme of the awards. Such an informational layer of design and architecture provides an important (yet not fully explored) opportunity for a dialog between the user and the designer. The result—a new type of learning environment—provides a space for the exploration of both the design itself and its relation to the vaster context. Each year, the esteemed panel of judges will select the most outstanding examples. The objective of the awards is to recognize, showcase, and promote globally the best ideas and implementations of architecture and design that educate.


During the first phase of the jury’s deliberation, finalists will be selected from the pool of all entries. During the second phase, from the pool of finalists, the winners and laureates of honorable mention will be selected in each category. In addition to the jury’s evaluation, representatives of Solarlux (strategic partner of the awards) will select from the pool of finalists the laureates of Solarlux Choice.


Winners in the category of architectural design Winners in the category of product design Winners in the category of universal design Honorable mention (approximately 10 in each category) Finalists (from the pool of all entries; approximately 50) Emerging designer (additional label for students) Solarlux Choice

Financial awards

1500 USD: Winners in the category of architectural design 1500 USD: Winners in the category of product design 1500 USD: Winners in the category of universal design 500 USD: Emerging designer (additional prize for students)

Exhibition & Award Ceremony

The projects of the winners and laureates of honorable mentions will be exhibited during the Design Forum on the Solarlux campus in Germany in 2019. The authors will be invited to present their designs during the ceremony.

Press packages

Finalists and winners will be presented on the website of the awards. The organizer will send out the press release to partners, media partners, and media sponsors after the announcement of the results.


The Award Ceremony will take place on the Solarlux campus in Germany (Melle, Lower Saxony, Germany) on March 28–29, 2019. The ceremony will be hosted by Solarlux GmbH (strategic partner of the awards) and will consist of an exhibition of the results, lectures by selected members of the jury, laureates’ presentations, workshops, and networking opportunities. Participation is free of charge (registration is required).


The awards are a multidisciplinary call for ideas and implementations in the categories of (1) architectural design, (2) product design, and (3) universal design. Deliberation about the entries will consist of two phases: (1) selection of the finalists and (2) selection of winners and laureates of honorable mentions. Entries will be evaluated based on the following criteria: feasible, verifiable, visionary, original, and comprehensive. The theme of the awards has been inspired by the research called ‘Educating Buildings’ (‘Bildende Bauten’) by Dr. Peter Kuczia. The submitted ideas should refer to the competition theme and underline the educational potential of design.

  • Team of professionals: Early 125 USD; Regular 150 USD; Late 175 USD
  • Individual professional: Early 75 USD; Regular 100 USD; Late 125 USD
  • Team of students: Early 50 USD; Regular 75 USD; Late 100 USD
  • Individual student: Early 25 USD; Regular 50 USD; Late 75 USD


  • Registration opens in October 2018
  • Early registration: until November 1, 2018
  • Regular registration: until January 1, 2019
  • Late registration: until February 1, 2019
  • Project submission deadline: February 2, 2019
  • Jury deliberation: February 2019
  • Announcement of winners: March 1, 2019
  • Awards ceremony: March 28–29, 2019

The host of the awards is Laka Foundation, a registered nonprofit and nongovernmental organization that operates through statutory charitable activities. Contact the organizer at Official website of the Design that Educates Awards: The strategic partner of the awards is Solarlux GmbH: a German manufacturer of bi-folding glass doors, winter gardens, and façade solutions.




Total Prize: $5,000


About the Lumen Awards

The Lumen Awards were established in 1968 by the New York City Section of the Illuminating Engineering Society (IESNYC) and developed to publicly recognize excellence, professionalism, ingenuity and originality in lighting design with the following distinct award categories:

Lumen Award of Excellence
Highest level of achievement for a permanent architectural application

Lumen Award of Merit
Meritorious achievement for permanent architectural application

Lumen Citation
Special recognition for a permanent or temporary lighting installation, technical detail, portion of a single project, or other work

On June 13, 2019, the IESNYC will announce the winning projects at the annual Lumen Gala held at Chelsea Piers in New York City. Design teams are invited to attend the Lumen Gala and will receive an award statue and certificate. In addition to being featured in the Lumen Journal distributed at the Lumen Gala, the winning projects will be showcased on the IESNYC website and publicized via traditional and social media.

The Lumen Awards program is not associated with the IES Illumination Awards. If you are interested in submitting your project to the IES Illumination Awards, visit

2019 IESNYC Lumen Awards Project Eligibility

The Lumen Awards is open to any interior or exterior architectural lighting design project completed within two years’ time of the submission deadline. Projects may be re-submitted during the years a project is eligible.

Anyone can enter a project for consideration, but wherever possible, we require the lighting designer responsible for the lighting scheme be credited.

Eligible projects must be designed by a NYC* based designer(s) for a project located anywhere in the world.
The project must be located in NYC* regardless of the location of the designer(s).

* Within the five boroughs of NYC and counties of Dutchess, Orange, Putnam, Rockland, Ulster, and Westchester.

2019 IESNYC Lumen Awards Submission Requirements

Each project entry must include:

1. Project Information: Provide “Lighting Designer’s” contact information credited for the design of the lighting, and the projects general information (such as name, location, type, and completion date).

2. Project Summary: 100-word limit. This summary will be read to the judges and your images will be shown during the first round of judging. Your summary should introduce your project to the Judges and inspire them to accelerate your project to the second round. Download Sample

3. Image Narratives: 300-word limit. The image narratives will be read to the judges during the second round of judging should your project move to a second round. The image narratives should be cued to each image (such as, Image1, Image2, Image3, etc.), and should describe or support the visual content of each image. Download Sample

NOTE: Your Project Summary will be read again during the second round of judging. There is no need to repeat info in your image narratives what’s already in your Project Summary.

4. Digital Images: Up to 10 high-resolution JPEG images (at least 1024px and 768px at 300dpi). Each digital file will be counted as a single image. Digital files with multiple pictures or views or illustrations will be counted as multiple images towards a maximum of 10 images. (Example: one file with two side-by-side views will be counted as 2 images, one file with a picture, a detail, and a section will counted as 3 images, etc.)

5. Video Submission (optional): You may submit an optional digital video file.
• Acceptable files: MOV, M4V or MP4 format
• No Audio allowed
• Digital videos should only be used to demonstrate kinetic, transitional, or animated lighting effects key to the lighting design concept.
• Still images as a slide show are not accepted as a video and will be disqualified.
• Videos must be a maximum of one minute in length. Those that are over one minute will be terminated after one minute of play

6. Entry Fee: Submission fee is $140 per project submission. Fees are not refundable and there is no guarantee of receiving an award or publicity


2019 IESNYC Lumen Awards General Rules

1. Projects must be submitted by Sunday, January 27, 2019. 11:59pm EST

2. Projects are judged anonymously. Therefore, the project summary and cued written image narratives must not include the name of the project, designer names or firms, manufacturer’s name, or branding of commercial products. A project’s location may be included in the submission narrative.

3. Identifying marks on digital images or optional video: The project name or company logo on digital images must be kept to a minimum or be discreet, and when possible, must be blurred or covered. Photographer’s name or copyright labels in images are not allowed. Descriptions or text in videos are allowed, but consider instead, including a “written video narrative” in the project summary or cued written image narrative.

4. It is the responsibility of the submitter to provide accurate information and obtain approval from the project owner, and authorization from the photographer/photo agency to submit the project for competition and publicity purposes.

5. Fill light is prohibited. Images modified or digitally enhanced are prohibited.

6. Award winners grant the IESNYC and Lumen Committee the rights to use narratives and images for competition and publicity purposes in all media.

7. Digital images, project summary, image narratives, and title of winning entries will be chosen or edited at the discretion of the judges. Overall presentation of winning projects for the Lumen Awards Gala may be edited or revised by the Lumen Committee. Whenever possible, the Committee will inform recipients of revisions.