Photo Exhibit

The Photo Exhibit Call for Entries is Now Open

The ABX Photo Exhibit celebrates New England architecture, landscape architecture, and interior design while promoting New England design practitioners to prospective collaborators and clients of all types.

Selected from a diverse representation of design firms, project types, project sizes, and locations, the photos are available for viewing in the custom display along the aisles of the exhibit hall.

From skyscrapers and schools to kitchens, cottages and mountain retreats, you will see the trends and new aspects of design impacting projects around Boston and beyond. 

The ABX Photo Exhibit Call for Entries is now open. This is your opportunity to show off your innovative commercial and residential architecture, landscape architecture and interior design projects. 

The Call for Entries deadline is August 30 at midnight.  


  • Images can be either horizontal or vertical and should be .jpg with a minimum resolution of 300 dpi. The ideal proportions of each image is 4:5 or 5:4, depending on the orientation of the image, or equivalent to meet the dpi. The display boards are 20 inches square, with a minimum of 1 inch as a border around each photo and 4 inches for the photo information and credits.
  • All submissions must come from firms headquartered in, or individuals registered in one of the six New England states. However, the project location may be from anywhere.
  • Each firm may submit up to six images total.
  • Submissions must fall into one of the following three categories: Architecture, Landscape Architecture or Interior Design.
  • Submitted images may be of a single building or project, a complex of buildings, urban design projects, a project details, or something along those lines.
  • Entries are limited to one image per project. However, a second entry of a project will be considered only if it shows a substantially different aspect, such as an interior vs. exterior shot of the project.
  • Photo collages are not accepted.
  • Any Unbuilt submissions may only be projects that are either currently in progress or will commence within the next year (2020). The renderings or photographs of models must comply with all other submission requirements.