Submit

 

General note; when sending through media kits, press kits or relevant information, Dropbox, Google Drive or WeTransfer is preferred.

If you are on BowerBird, you can submit directly to ArchitectureVictoria's Website and Instagram, or contact me on my personal profile. Above all, BowerBird is my preferred method, and will prioritise those submissions coming through there.

Projects

ArchitectureVictoria is always on the lookout for projects to publish, from a small bathroom renovation to a big skyscraper, and everything else in between. If you want to see your project on here, email through a media kit containing high resolution photographs or images, text description and a fact-sheet to architecturevic[@]gmail[dot]com. Or better yet, create a BowerKit on BowerBird, and reach out to me directly there. Those who submit through BowerBird will be prioritised.

While I won't enforce this, my preference for photography is to include people. An empty house looks just that, empty.

 

NEWS

If your firm has any news, whether it's a competition winning design, new project announcement, etc , or if you're an organisation with related architecture news, send a press kit with high resolution photographs or images and a press release (or text description) to architecturevic[@]gmail[dot]com.

 

Events

If you're an university, industry body or organisation and have an event you want promoted on Instagram Stories and to be shown on the calendar here, send through details, including imagery that can be used for both Stories (16:9 vertical ratio) and on here (4:3 horizontal ratio), to architecturevic[@]gmail[dot]com.

 

Students

If you're a student who has recently finished a studio that focused the design in Victoria, I want to begin sharing your work on here. Send through your work, including high-resolution renders, floor plans, sections, diagrams, details, text description and the like to architecturevic[@]gmail[dot]com.

Note: do not send PDFs of your final boards, send through each render, floor plan, section, etc as individual files, JPG ideal.