For your convenience, some queries have been enlisted here:
Q: How many projects can I submit?
A: As many as you wish. Each project must be accompanied with an independent submission form.
Q: How old should a project be?
A: The project should have been completed in the past three years before the year of TML. (Completion Date: August 2017 onward).
Q: What if I want to submit a Landscape / Urban Design Project?
A: You can. In that case, the ‘area of intervention’ determines the scale of the project. Planning projects are not accepted.
Q: My data is very heavy. How can I email it?
A: Please compress the data to a minimum package size of 200mb. You can send the package through ‘WeTransfer’ or similar data sharing platforms to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please ensure that you send the form separately in an email titled ‘TML Project Submission 2020-21 – Project Name’ OR ‘TML Project Nomination 2020-21 – Project Name’.
Q: I have composed panels of the project. Can I submit the same?
A: We wish to evaluate the data independent of the composition of content on Panels. It helps in the evaluation being completely objective. You may submit composed panels in addition to the formal requirements of project submission
Q: I have a lot of images. Why only 15 Photographs and 15 Images?
A: Because, if your project is short-listed, we will request further information within required formats. For the first shortlist, a restriction is introduced to prevent the jury from having content-fatigue.
Q: What if I have done this project in collaboration?
A: In that case, please mention the names of all the collaborators involved. Consultants are to be listed separately.
Q: I am working on a project in a firm / it was my project during my training. Can I submit it?
A: TML takes authorship seriously. Only principal architects, design firms and architects in collaboration can submit the project. If the authorship of any project is found to be in question, the project will not be considered until such time that the issue is resolved.
Q: What about unbuilt projects? Or partially-built projects?
A: While unbuilt projects are not permissible, the Jury may consider partially-built projects, more so, phased projects with one or more phases completed as valid entries.
Q: If my project is not short-listed this year, can I re-submit again?
A: Yes. You can submit the project in the next cycle as long as it meets the eligibility criteria.
Q: When is the next cycle of submission scheduled for?
A: The 2020-21 cycle of The Merit List is open for submissions and nominations till 26th January, 2021.
1. Matter is not responsible in any inaccuracies in the content and facts submitted by independent authors as a part of The Merit List. All received data is considered true unless proven otherwise. Matter is not responsible for verification of submitted facts for all entries.
2. All the content received by Matter will be published for the purposes of The Merit List. A separate permission will be requested if the material is to be published for any other purpose / collateral.
3. Matter reserves the right to use the images and content submitted in Print, Online and on Social Media with due credit and acknowledgement in the context of TML.
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