The Third Annual Berkeley Undergraduate Prize for Architectual Design Excellence 2001
2001
Berkeley Prize 2001
The Street Mediates Between Public and Private Lives
Aldo Van Eyck, Hubertus House, Home for Single Parents and Their Children, Amsterdam, (1973-75, built 1976-78) linkage between the old and new structures.Aldo Van Eyck, The Sculpture Pavilion, Sonsbeek Exhibition, Arnheim, Netherlands, (1965-66, built 1966, destroyed 1966)Aldo Van Eyck, Municipal Orphanage, Amsterdam (1955-57, built 1958-60) partial view.Aldo Van Eyck, Municipal Orphanage, Amsterdam, (1955-57, built 1958-60) interior play space as seen from the Tea Kitchen.Aldo Van Eyck, Hubertus House, Home for Single Parents and Their Children, Amsterdam, (1973-75, built 1976-78) stair detail.Aldo Van Eyck, Hubertus House, Home for Single Parents and Their Children, Amsterdam, (1973-75, built 1976-78) stairwell.
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2001 Essay Prize Competition

Each year, the PRIZE Committee selects a topic critical to the discussion of the social art of architecture and poses a Question based on that topic. Full-time undergraduate students enrolled in any architecture degree program or majoring in architecture throughout the world (or teams of two students, one of whom may be from a collateral discipline) are invited to submit a 500-word Essay proposal responding to the Question.

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