TBFAD invites public to select their favorite project from the latest AIA Tampa Bay Design Award Peer Jury Choices, posted on Behance.net
Tampa, FL (March 27, 2019) – The Tampa Bay Foundation for Architecture and Design announced that voting is now open for the Tampa Bay Design Week People’s Choice award. Members of the community are invited to select their favorite project from 11 entries, all of which earned awards via peer jury selection in the AIA Tampa Bay 2018 Design Awards Program.
The projects are posted on Behance in the 2019 Design Week People’s Choice Gallery. A link to the gallery can be found at www.TampaBayDesignWeek.com for voting through April 5th. The winner will be recognized during Design Week’s first event – The White Party on Saturday, April 6th at CAVU, 1601 North Franklin in historic Tampa Heights. The event is open to the public and tickets are $100 each or two for $150. For more information or to purchase tickets go to www.tampabaydesignweek.com or call 813-229-3411.
AIA is the professional association for architects and those in the architecture field. AIA Tampa Bay is the regional chapter representing approximately 600 members in Hillsborough, Pinellas, Polk, Hernando, Citrus, Sumter and Pasco Counties. The AIA provides programs and services including educational programs, design competitions, community service programs and serves as the united voice of the architecture profession.
TBFAD is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to inspiring the exploration and appreciation of architecture and the built environment and how it influences shaping our city, our neighborhoods and our lives.
TBFAD’s mission is implemented through educational activities and public awareness events engaging citizens of all ages.
Established in 2015 with the generous support of the American
Institute of Architects Tampa Bay Chapter and the Tampa Community Design
Center, TBFAD is committed to nurturing creative cooperation with community and
regional organizations to promote and celebrate architecture, the arts, and the
built environment. The Foundation’s activities focus on public education,
research, and scholarships.