2019 Michel Gelrubin Prize Terms & Conditions

Who is eligible?

The Michel Gelrubin Prize (MiG Prize) is open to any architecture student or group of students (max 3) aged 18+ residing anywhere in the world.

Any student (or small group of students) of a recognized architecture school can enroll, regardless of their age, nationality, or religion.

Each project, as long as it meets the rules, will be carefully watched and judged.

Entry Forms and Submissions

Submitted without proper forms or late will be disqualified. After full inscription, entries cannot be altered.


Inscription shall be received before February 15th 2019

Projects, including a wording description, pictures, and at least a video presentation, shall be sent before April 30th 2019

The Official Jury will select the Laureates in May 2019

The Mchel Gelrubin Architecture Prize will be awarded on May 17th 2019

Use and Ownership of Materials

Copyright and all other rights remain with the designer. Any images used by MiG Prize or TAU shall carry the designer’s credit line. MiG Prize or TAU may use images in any media sponsor publications. All entrants understand that any image submitted to the competition may be used by MiG Prize or TAU for marketing and promotional purposes including in any medium such as exhibitions, print, and digital media directly related to the MiG Prize competition though there may not be monetary compensation. By winning or placing in the competition, you are agreeing to be included in the annual Winners Book.

Neither MiG Prize, TAU or affiliates, or partners assume any responsibility for materials submitted in violation of competition rules or for those which violate copyright regulations. MiG Prize will investigate claims of copyright infringement to the best of its ability, and will remove and disqualify submissions that are clearly demonstrated to violate copyright and/or competition policies. MiG Prize will act to maintain the integrity of the competition and its affiliated entities, but is not responsible for any damages resulting from images submitted in violation with rules and regulations.

The Selection Process

After all submissions have been finalized, the jury will begin the process of selecting the OFFICIAL SELECTION. This first round selects the qualified entries and prepares them for jury voting. The judging is based on design excellence (including aesthetics, environmental, cultural and contextual considerations) and the overall originality of the project – including new, innovative technologies or creative solutions used. The projects’ practicality, and fulfillment of functional requirements, sustainability practices and overall environmental considerations of the project are also taken into account during the judging process.

The winner

Only one entry each year will receive $ 10.000, the trophy, and will be entitled to use it for commercial purposes to promote his winning. The  2nd and 3dr Prize will get a special certificate. Receiving the Michel Gelrubin Prize award is not only a significant achievement in architecture, but also ensures that the award winners will receive promotional material to publicize his achievements.

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