Being tiny in size does not mean you do not pack a punch. Cottages and lodges are usually the ideal choice for many to enjoy the rustic landscape, gifting nature to those who wishes to enjoy it.
A cottage or lodge is never tiny; just small-scale, which means way more quirky, unconventional and perhaps even regal designs that may wow us all!
In Muse Hotel Awards, a cottage and lodge can stand alongside the bigwigs of big hotels and institutions, being validated the same way as they are. Join us and be endorsed as the best cottage and lodge there is.
(Oct 1,2019- Jan 7, 2020)
(Jan 8 - Feb 13, 2020)
(Feb 14 - Mar 12, 2020)
|1st CATEGORY ENTRY||$550||$650||$750|
* Fees are not refundable. If you withdraw your entry, or it is withdrawn by the MUSE Awards for noncompliance with our rules, your entry fee will NOT be refunded.
Multiple entries must be submitted with your initial entry in order to be counted as “additional entries”.
The Winner of the Architectural Design of the Year award receives a complimentary, limited-edition of the prestigious MUSE Trophy and certificate. Winning works will be highlighted on the main page of the MUSE Hotel Awards website, and published on all of its social media platforms for a full year.
In addition, Platinum, Gold, Silver and Rose Gold winners will receive a complimentary certificate, personalized press release, as well as graphic downloads for use in promotions. Winners in these categories may choose to purchase their respective MUSE Trophy for a reasonable fee. All winning designs are featured in the Muse World online media platforms.
Up to 10 images (JPG/PDF) and 1 PDF can be submitted per entry—For best results, make sure your images are a jpg/png file cropped to a 4:3 format, are at least 1000px wide, and no larger than 4mb. Size for PDF files: Please save as “screen view” and limit it to only 6 pages per file, Max 4 MB.
Entries should include as much detail as possible, including images of each side of the building or environment along with the contextual surroundings. Please include floor and small-scale (8.5”x11”) site plans showing the project in its context.
Where the project is a group of buildings, entrants should provide a rendering that illustrates the complete project. If the entry concerns an alteration or restoration, please include both “before” and “after” images.
Entries can be submitted as completed, in-process, or conceptual works. Projects completed more than 5 years before the time of submission are not eligible.
Description of the project should be limited to 600 characters or less