Entrants are required to either own the copyright or obtain permission from the copyright owners to [1] submit the project as a whole for jury’s consideration and announcements via BCI channels (for instance, the FuturArc website and FuturArc Journal) [2] use of any/all submission materials in publication, in digital and print format, at the discretion of BCI Asia.

Entrants must also seek the building owner’s/developer’s permission for entry into competition and subsequent media coverage. In developments where there is no legal demarcation of ownership, the Entrant shall offer an undertaking on behalf of user or residents of the development.

By registering online, Entrants are making a declaration that they have met all copyright obligations and that they indemnify the BCI Asia against any claims resulting from a failure to do so.


All materials received by the Competition Registrar become its property, including reproduction rights.

Any submission for Competition may be viewed publicly, either on boards, slides or digitized images, at FuturArc Forums and BCI Asia Awards. They will also be displayed on the FuturArc website and published in the FuturArc Journal.

Projects will be presented under the names of their author or authors only, as submitted at time of registration.

The Competition Organiser reserves the right to publish any or all projects submitted.
It is the responsibility of the Entrant to ensure that the use of images and other materials submitted for competition have been cleared for subsequent publication and display with their respective copyright holders.

Entrants should not publish their submissions prior to the announcement of the Competition results (date to be determined by Competition Organiser). To do otherwise will result in immediate disqualification from the Competition.


All submissions must be written, presented and tendered in English.

All liaisons between Entrants and the Competition Registrar must be conducted in English.


FuturArc Green Leadership Award organisers reserve the right to not proceed with the Competition for any reason.


Through the act of submission, all Entrants declare the following:

a.     I/we accept all Competition conditions without reservations, qualifications or exclusions.

b.     I/we waive any and all claims against the Competition Organiser and its Partners which may result from the participation in FuturArc Green Leadership Award Competition.

c.     I/we agree that the Competition Organiser shall have the unlimited right to publish and exhibit and otherwise use all submissions and materials tendered through any means of communication, including, but not limited to publication, presentation, display, and electronic posting for an indefinite period of time.

At the point of submission, all Entrants acknowledge the following:

a.     All submitted materials will become the property of the Competition Organiser. The use of all submitted materials is at the Competition Organiser’s discretion and without compensation to the Entrant.

b.     All submissions received will be considered public information. The Competition Organiser is not responsible for protection of intellectual property rights.

c.     The Competition Registrar reserves the right to refuse any entry into the Competition and to disqualify a submission on grounds of non-compliance.

d.     The Competition Registrar is not liable for lost, misdirected, late or substantially incomplete entries.

e.     No official endorsement of Entrant views should be inferred by participation in the Competition.