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By Jeff Mottle

CGarchitect 3D Awards - Call for Entries

10th Annual Awards with Over $96,000 in Prizes
DEADLINE MAY 24, 2013 (12pm MDT / GMT-6)

The Architectural 3D Awards were started in 2004 to recognize outstanding achievement in the field of architectural visualization. In such a competitive field it becomes more and more difficult make yourself seen. With the wide visibility of CGarchitect, what better way to use this exposure than to help the artists that make up our community. 2013 marks our 10th annual awards, which will once again take place in La Coruna, Spain during the Mundos Digitales conference. Past awards have taken place in Los Angeles, San Diego and Boston. Over the past nine years many extremely talented individuals and companies have gone on to form new alliances and partnerships and advanced their careers.


New Student & Interactive Categories

This year we've added two new categories and updated an existing category. We've added two new student categories for both images and films and expanded our Real-Time category. The Real-Time category has been renamed "Interactive" and now encompasses interactive kiosks, augmented reality, mobile applications, interactive web applications, real-time apps or any new technology (hardware or software) that is used to communicate design and architecture.

Thank You to Our Sponsors!

Each year we continue to push the bar higher and this year is no exception. We have launched a brand new awards site full of award winning imagery, new categories and over $90,000 in prizes. However as hard as we work, none of this would be possible without the VERY generous support of our sponsors.We want to thank all of them for their help this year in launching our biggest awards ever.

2013 CGarchitect Architectural 3D Awards

2013 CGarchitect Architectural 3D Awards


2013 CGarchitect Architectural 3D Awards


2013 CGarchitect Architectural 3D Awards

2013 CGarchitect Architectural 3D Awards

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That's because it was 24 hour clock as it's only North America that uses am and pm for the most part.
The rules page didn't specify am or pm from what I saw, but I totally understand. Thanks for getting back to me!
12:00 (24 hour clock) and 12:00pm are noon. 24:00 (24 hour clock) or 12:00am is midnight. Right now I can not longer take new submissions. The submission process was open for a month and a half, sorry.
I had the same question as Mohammed - the website just said 12:00 - is that noon or midnight? I'm guessing noon since it's closed, but I'd love to submit a few! Let me know!
the end day fro submit is may 24 right?
check out the FAQ on the awards site

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