Below are the key requirements which participants and their entries should meet in order to be considered for the competition.
The Eurasian Prize Awards Program is a globally targeted initiative which welcomes participants from all countries.
Architects, designers, technologists, building contractors, architectural bureaus, design studios and boutiques, manufacturers, and real estate companies are invited to enter the professional competition program.
As a student of an industry-specific school or experienced design enthusiast, you are offered a unique opportunity to get an independent expert evaluation of your skill, knowledge and talent.
Entries must be projects designed or completed in the past four (4) years, between 2014 and 2018, and which have never been awarded with the Eurasian Prize in the Professional competition.
Entering is easy. Below is a step-by-step instruction:
- Register your account on the Eurasian Prize website, filling all the required personal information fields.
- Log in to your account and submit your first entry, adding images and description.
- Provide fee payment.
The Eurasian Prize is awarded for achievements in the following categories and subcategories:
Architecture and Urbanism Awards
- Urban Development
- Public Architecture
- Industrial Architecture
- Urban Housing
- Renovation and Restoration
- Private House
- Innovation in Construction
Interior Design Awards
- Private Interior
- Public Interior
- Commercial Interior
- Business Interior
Industrial Design Awards
- Furniture and Home Accessories
- Transport Vehicles
- Urban Objects
- Healthcare & Sports
- Tools / Devices
While registering your account, you will be required to select between two levels:
The statuette is only awarded for winner works submitted in the Professional cabinet.
Entries submitted in the Student account have a chance to win the Eurasian Prize Award Certificate.
NOTE: Each level has its own competition covering the full list of subcategories. This means that Professionals compete against Professionals, while Students compete against Students.
The Eurasian Prize Awards honor both projects that have already been completed (built) and well-presented ideas and concepts. Below are the most important notes on project types accepted to enter the competition:
- Project type is specified while submitting your entry.
- Each project type in Urban Development, Public Architecture, Industrial Architecture and Urban Housing of the Architecture and Urbanism category has its own competition. Built projects do not compete against concepts.
- Project types in Architecture and Urbanism are featured on winner certificates.
- Project types in Interior design and Industrial Design are not featured on winner certificates.
- Project types are equal for evaluation, and entries of one type have no advantage over another type entries.
- All completed projects in the subcategories Urban Development, Public Architecture, Industrial Architecture and Urban Housing of the Architecture and Urbanism category are also nominated for the Master Hand, a special award.
Fee amounts vary depending on entrant level, deadline and legal status of the payer. Professional entry fees also differ based on competition category.
EARLY DEADLINE (May 31, 2018)
Architecture and Urbanism – $99 USD
Interior Design – $79 USD
Industrial Design – $49 USD
REGULAR DEADLINE (June 25, 2018)
Architecture and Urbanism – $129 USD
Interior Design – $105 USD
Industrial Design – $65 USD
- If you submit multiple entries, you will receive a 10% reduction in the submission fee for each of them. If you provide fee payment for your second and following entries later, the discount for the first entry will be factored in by calculating the next fee.
- If payment for the entry fee is provided by a legal person (private or public organization, as opposed to a natural person such as an architect or designer, or team of architects/designers), the amount of payment increases by $175 USD.
- If an entry is submitted under a business or brand name, the amount of the payment increases by $175 USD. The business or brand name is then featured on the Award Certificate and in all promotional materials.
To make their cabinet visible for judges, Student level entrants are required to:
- provide a single payment of $9 USD
- subscribe to the Eurasian Prize pages on social
- share the announcement on their profile (privacy of the shared publication should be set to Public).
- send a link to your social profile with shared publication OR a screenshot to firstname.lastname@example.org
The Eurasian Prize Statuette
The Eurasian Prize Statuette is only awarded to the entrants of Professional type who take the first place in one of the subcategories.
All winners and finalists of the Eurasian Prize, regardless of entrant level, are awarded the Eurasian Prize Certificate. The Certificates vary based on the place taken and specify the entrant level (Professional/Student):
- The Eurasian Prize Gold is awarded to Professional level entrants, alongside with the Eurasian Prize Statuette, for the first place in any of the subcategories
- The Eurasian Prize Silver is awarded to Professional level entrants for the second place in any of the subcategories
- The Eurasian Prize Bronze is awarded to Professional level entrants for the 3rd place in any of the subcategories
- The Eurasian Prize Student certificate is awarded to Student level entrants for the first place in any of the subcategories
The Master Hand Trophy
The Master Hand (rus. “Рука Мастера”) is a highly-authoritative awards initiative that has been undertaken yearly by the regional branch of the professional Union of Architects for the last eleven years. In 2018, the Master Hand joins the Eurasian Prize Awards program as its special nomination targeting specifically completed projects in the subcategories Urban Development, Public Architecture, Industrial Architecture and Urban Housing of the Architecture and Urbanism category.
The Master Hand trophy is awarded for entries that:
- are submitted by the Professional level entrants
- are completed (built) projects
- have won the first place in the Urban Development, Public Architecture, Industrial Architecture or Urban Housing subcategory of the Architecture and Urbanism category
The Eurasian Prize winners and finalists get exposure in multiple ways, which includes featuring your work:
- on social pages of the Eurasian Prize;
- on partner platforms online and offline;
- in the final E-Mail campaign sent out to about 100,000 recipients including media, architects, designers and industry-specific businesses worldwide;
- in the Special Edition of the Le Tabouret magazine;
- as part of the final exhibition which will take place during the Ural Week of Architecture and Design;
- at further exhibitions and events which are held by the Eurasian Prize throughout the year.