Student Call for Entries - Jackson Hole, WY


Get your winning entry featured on the Intermountain ASID website and featured on the Mountain Living Website and our first Chapter online edition of Issuu!

Here are examples of the online magazine: 


We make it easy – submit online & pay online.  


Submission Deadline:  September 5, 2018 11:30 pm MST. 




•    Commercial Project (10 images)
•    Residential Project (10 images)
•    Collaborative Team Project: 2+ students (10 images)
•    Product Design (10 images)
•    Best Overall Portfolio (10 images)



  • Entrant must be a current student member of the Intermountain Chapter of ASID in good standing.
  • Provide $40 per entry submission category.
  • Entrant may submit multiple projects under each category, the entry fee applies to each work submitted.
  • Upload high resolution photography, floor plan, and design statement for each submission (image minimum size 500kb maximum 3MG).
  • Floor Plans must be submitted to scale, with scale noted or shown graphically in pdf format.
  • Design Statement should include project location, size and category, DO NOT INCLUDE name or school on any documentation to ensure anonymity in judging.
  • Student must be present or if collaborative at least two students of the team must be present to win.

In the event of insufficient or inadequate entries, the Intermountain Chapter of ASID reserves the right to cancel the category or contest and refund entry fees or restructure the categories in such a way as to permit fair and proper judging of entries received. The Intermountain Chapter is not responsible for lost, misdirected or delayed submissions. Entrants grant the Intermountain Chapter of ASID the right to reproduce project images for promotional purposes. The Intermountain Chapter of ASID assumes all entries are the works and property of the entrant and that clients of the assumed projects have given their permission for this entry. The Intermountain Chapter of ASID is not liable for any copyright infringement on the part of the entrant. Entry submissions become the property of the Intermountain Chapter of ASID, and will not be returned.​

Payments should be made through Eventbrite. Entries received without payment will be disqualified. Entry fees are nonrefundable.  

Submit a request to send your files to Paige Brown, 

•    Register and pay here
•     After you pay on Eventbrite, you will recieve an email to upload your files
•     Upload PDF of design statement
•     Upload PDF of 2-10 images

Entries and Payments must be received no later than September 5, 2018 prior to 11:30 pm MST. Late entries will not be accepted. 



To ensure impartial judging, all of the entries will be judged anonymously by a fellow ASID chapter. Submissions will be judged according to category submitted as well as the following criteria: Successful entries will demonstrate exceptional design and positive impact on life and the human experience. Judges will use a weighted scale as outlined below (total 100 points possible).

-20 pts          How did your Design Impact Lives? Design Statement that clearly states creative challenges faced in each project and solutions implemented to work within these challenges.

-10 pts          Functional use of space, state the goals of the design.

-10 pts          Scale and proportion: Include square footage.

-10 pts          Color and composition.

-10 pts          Innovative use of materials.

-20 pts          Creativity of the design solution: Is the design approach creative, appropriate and sensitive to environmental or accessible challenges? 

-10 pts          Is the design approach creative, appropriate and sensitive to environmental or accessible challenges? Note any sustainable attributes or standards that were employed.

-10 pts          Use of Universal design principles. Note any universal/accessible standards that were employed.


TOTAL:  100 Points


Date and Time

8:00 PM – 11:30 PM
7/25/2018 – 9/5/2018


Jackson Hole, WY
Jackson, WY
United States