How To Nominate
Nominations for the Wright Spirit Awards are accepted annually and awards are typically presented during the annual conference.
Nominations must conform to the requirements outlined below. All complete nominations will become the property of the Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy. Incomplete nominations will not be considered. Honorees are selected from among the nominees by the Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy’s Awards and Recognition Committee. The Conservancy reserves the right not to present an award in one or all of the categories during a given year.
Private: To honor original or subsequent Frank Lloyd Wright homeowners who have rescued a building or have demonstrated outstanding stewardship in its conservation.
Public: To honor organizations or individuals who have promoted Frank Lloyd Wright’s works in the public arena or who have rescued a public building.
Professional: To honor individuals who through architectural, scholarly or other endeavors, have advanced the knowledge and increased the appreciation of the work of Frank Lloyd Wright.
Special Honors: To honor outstanding individuals or organizations whose work represents a unique contribution to the preservation of the legacy of Frank Lloyd Wright.
A completed nomination form.
A concise 300-word description of the project, program, organization or individual that is being nominated and how the nominee fulfills the requirements for the individual category.
Up to 10 supporting documents, such as photographs, newspaper or journal articles, brochures, and letters of support may be included with the nomination. Please do not include original materials.
Images should illustrate various aspects of the project or program, such as before and after result, overall exteriors from a variety of angles and interior shots. Significant architectural details should be identified with close-up shots.
Submission of a pdf document by email is preferred. Sitting board members of the Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy are ineligible. Past board members who have been off the board for a minimum of one year are eligible.