We're thrilled to announce that Small Firms, Great Projects is back, and it's better than ever! Small Firms, Great Projects offers a platform for small business owners to amplify their firm's visibility in print and online. In its 19th Edition, Small Firms, Great Projects will encapsulate our vibrant community, spotlighting your innovative processes shaping our city. From adaptive reuse and ADUs to parklets and shared spaces, we're celebrating the best local ingenuity in 2024. How does your firm contribute to enhancing the Bay Area's built environment?


 

Submission Deadlines

Early Deadline: Thursday, June 13, 2024. Submissions are due by 11:59 PM (PST).

Regular Deadline: Thursday, June 27, 2024. Submissions are due by 11:59 PM (PST).


 

Layout Options + Pricing

One–Page Layout:

Members:     

  • Early Deadline: $650
  • Regular Deadline: $700

Non-Member:     

  • Early Deadline: $950
  • Regular Deadline: $1,000

 

Two–Page Spread:

Members:     

  • Early Deadline: $950
  • Regular Deadline: $1,050

 Non-Member:     

  • Early Deadline: $1,650
  • Regular Deadline: $1,750


 

2024 AIASF Sustaining Sponsors and Center for A+D In-Kind Donors are eligible for the Member discount. Entry Fees are nonrefundable. Submissions must be fully completed and entered before the deadline.
 

Submission Eligibility: Open to small firms representing San Francisco Bay Area architecture, landscape architecture, interior architecture, and architectural lighting, Small Firms, Great Projects 19th edition provides a platform to feature their best work in print, online, and with AIASF programming. Featured work and profiles may include any client sector, or built project type completed within the past five years. Firms may submit work for a profile in a one-page layout or two-page spread. Firms may submit projects previously published in Small Firms, Great Projects, or other publications.  

This year's editorial articles will highlight the best of everything local in 2024, focusing on the processes and policies shaping our city, such as designing all-electric, office-to-housing, adaptive reuse, ADUs, building shared spaces, and so much more that make our region unique and innovative. Participants are invited to pitch editorial articles highlighting how small firms contribute to their local communities by advancing processes and policies that move the needle for positive change. This year SFGP is interested in showcasing the Process, from start to finish. We want to hear your architecture and design expertise on topics ranging from sustainable housing and neighborhood vitality to safe streets and downtown revitalization. Editorial submissions should focus on one or more of these topics, and highlight content different from firm profiles, this is your chance to showcase another project or promote your firm's area of expertise. Have an idea that relates to the theme? Propose a topic of your own! 

We reserve the right to make edits to all submissions for grammar, clarity or otherwise noted.


 

Questions: Sophia Teng, Communications Coordinator, steng@aiasf.org