Getting Published > Contact us with any projects you've completed that you think might be of interest to your peers. A brief story pitch or press release is all we need. To get your work covered in BUILDINGS, your project should be completed and it should have one or more forms of technology used in the building(s) such as:
Video, voice & data distribution, telephony, networking, video conferencing
Distributed AV systems, entertainment/media/presentation technology, acoustics
Controls and systems, fixtures
Integrated climate controls, zoned heating and cooling, remote programmable environment controls, projects that use sustainable technologies
Surveillance, identity recognition, motion-detecting
Facades, curtain walls, glass, glazing, windows, insulation, climate and light control You should have professionally taken color photography available and owner permission for publication. Please inform us if the project has been covered in another architectural publication within the past one year.
We will be happy to accept your descriptions and photos for commercial products, along with your contact information, including mailing address. These will be edited and rewritten to conform to BUILDINGS style.
HOW TO SUBMIT
We prefer submissions by e-mail. Please submit projects to firstname.lastname@example.org
Please submit products to email@example.com
. Include a press release and high-resolution photos (5 x 7 inches, 300 dpi), along with your name, phone number, e-mail address, and mailing address. Due to the volume of submissions, we do not respond to each one. If you are unsure whether we received your submission, feel free to send it again. (Please do not call.) If your product or project is used in the magazine, you will receive a complimentary copy of the issue along with a letter telling you the page on which your submission appears.
We accept submissions at any time. If your goal, however, is to have your submission in a particular issue, look at the Closing Dates column on the editorial calendar to find the deadline for that issue. Ideas will not be accepted after that date. In fact, sending your story idea several weeks in advance of that date is preferred.