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Our 2017 Design Awards Are Launching Soon—Get Your Projects Ready

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Our 2017 Design Awards Are Launching Soon—Get Your Projects Ready

May 29, 2017

We’re launching our 2017 Considered Design Awards in just four days—on June 1. The Gardenista contest is open to everyone—beginner gardeners, lifelong enthusiasts, landscape architects, horticulturalists, and garden designers are all welcome to submit, as are homeowners, renters, architects, DIYers, and interior designers in the Remodelista contest. Finalists will be selected by a panel of judges (to be announced soon), and winners will be chosen by public vote.

Submission Period:

June 1-June 22

Contest Categories:

  • Best Garden (Open to Amateurs)
  • Best Landscape (Open to Professionals)
  • Best Outdoor Living Space (Open to Everyone)
  • Best Curb Appeal (Everyone)
  • Best Edible Garden (Everyone)
  • Best Hardscape Project (Everyone)
  • Best United Kingdom Landscape (Professionals)
  • Best United Kingdom Garden (Amateurs)

Prize:

Winning projects will receive a full feature post on Gardenista, and each winner will get a collection of design books from our awards judges plus Gardenista and Remodelista’s own books. Professional winners will receive automatic entry into Gardenista’s Architect/Designer Directory.

Details:

More details to come, but readers in the US, UK, and Canada (except Quebec) are free to enter. You may submit one entry per category, and each entry may include up to ten photos (minimum 1,000 pixels wide). Submit a short paragraph describing your project, and a brief caption for each photo. Do not submit projects that have already been featured on Gardenista.

For More Inspiration:

Visit past years’ winners and contests:

Above: Amateur designer Judy Bown in the UK tied for first place in our 2015 best Edible Garden contest for her black-painted vegetable beds in Somerset.
Above: Steven Harris Architects won for best Hardscape in our 2014 contest for this 25-meter lap pool in Calistoga, California.
Above: Toronto firm Earth Inc. earned the best Professional Landscape award in 2015 for this lawn-free garden full of grasses and a central water feature.
Above: Oakland, California design firm BaDesign took home the best Edible Garden award in 2013 for a series of steel espaliers and garden beds, designed for a young family.

Browse more past winners for inspiration:

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