Entries for the 2024 Think Brick Awards are now open and will close on the 10th of May 2024. Please refer to our awards category briefs awards categories or contact us for further information.
To learn more about each Award category and winners of the past Think Brick Awards please visit our Awards section here
It depends on the category you enter the project into; you can find all the category briefs here. Award entries for 2024 will open on the 12th February.
Entries for the 2024 Think Brick Awards open on the 12th February, and will close in early May.
There is no cost involved in entering a project into the Think Brick Awards.
A nominated project for the 2024 Think Brick Awards must have been completed since January 2022 and located in Australia or, if internationally located, built with Australian manufactured masonry products.
Yes, you can enter the same project in multiple award categories as long as it meets the criteria for each award category.
However, a project can only be entered once into each award category.
Please ensure your entry meets the criteria for the award category you are entering.
No, the same project that had been submitted last year cannot be resubmitted for the Think Brick Awards, unless it is being entered into a different category.
Yes, 2023 high commendations are encouraged to enter a NEW project that has been completed in the past two years into the 2024 Think Brick Awards.
Anyone can submit an entry on behalf of an architect, including members of the public, but the prize money (if won) will be awarded to the architect of the project.
Submission of an entry implies consent of all members of the project team to enter this competition.
If you are not an architect but involved in the project, you will have the opportunity to showcase your involvement in an award winning project.
We accept entries from building designers for the Robin Dods Roof Tile Excellence Award category only.
You can include relevant background information about your project, a short summary to describe your project, where it is, the reason why the project was built, what the client was looking for, what bricks/pavers were used, and the team involved.
The project statement should be around 100 – 250 words.
We will include the project statement in the Think Brick Awards Booklet and on our websites.
It can take some time to upload high resolution images to the Awards website.
We recommend you upload your high resolution images using a high speed internet connection.
If you have difficulty sending high resolution images to the Awards website, please email email@example.com
All entries received will be printed in the Awards booklet and showcased visually at the Think Bricks Awards Gala Lunch on a large screen.
The printed booklet will showcase your project and be available at the Awards Gala Lunch.
You can choose the word ‘Other’ in the Brick/Block/Paver/Roof Tile Manufacturer drop down menu (it is in alpha order so can be found by scrolling to ‘O’).
Then ‘other’ will appear as an option in the next two sections (collection and bricks used section) – then you can specify all the details in ‘Please Specify’.
Please check your e-mail for a link that will have been provided to you.
Please check the junk or spam folder of your email and if it is not there, please email firstname.lastname@example.org so we can confirm the entry has been submitted successfully.
We will also send you a copy of the Project Statement which confirms all the details.