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There are only 2 days left to enter WA Awards 38th Cycle

United Kingdom Architecture News - Jul 13, 2021 - 09:05   1376 views

There are only 2 days left to enter WA Awards 38th Cycle

You have only 48 hours to complete your entry for the WA Awards 10+5+X 38th Cycle

Entries close at midnight 23:59 GMT, Thursday 15 July. So hurry up and send your projects to be crowned with the acclaimed WA Awards. 

WA Awards 10+5+X is accepting entries from architects, architecture offices, interior designers, interior design offices, architecture and interior design students from all around the world.

WA Awards' entry procedure is very simple, you can create an account or sign up from here (if you are not a WAC member), or if you're a member already, you can sign in from here, upload your project and participate. 

Can I complete everything in 48 hours to send my entry?

Yes. It's very simple. All you need to do is to prepare a text and images of your project. 

Prepare your project description exceeding 1500 characters (with spaces), including technical data and project team. Upload a selection of 10 images (for Associate Members), 20 images (for Professional Members), plus with a hero image. 

Save your project, review it, and click on the Participate Now button! You can pay for your entry by your credit card in the payment stage. It's done. 

When you submit your project, you will see a label on your project page, and you will receive your payment receipt to your registered email.

Can I send multiple entries within this time?

Yes, you can send multiple entries within 48 hours. Once you have prepared your projects on your page, it can take approximately 30-40 minutes to send multiple projects with payment. 

Hurry up! Entries close on Thursday, July 15 (23:59 GMT). To see a visual guidance about WA Awards, visit our How To Participate page.

If you have further questions, you can contact the WAC editorial team at [email protected].

Top image: Zaha Hadid Architects' Opus in Dubai won the WA Awards in the 37th Cycle. Image © Laurian Ghinitoiu