The Sixth Annual Berkeley Undergraduate Prize for Architectual Design Excellence 2004
2004
Berkeley Prize 2004
The Architect Reports On Refugees, The Homeless and
The Urban Poor
Barcelona, Parc Guell 1900-1914 Antonio GaudiBarcelona. Sagrada Familia 1883-present Antonio GaudiBarcelona, Casa Vicens 1883-1888 Antonio GaudiBarcelona, Parc Guell 1900-1914 Antonio GaudiBarcelona, German Pavilion 1929 Ludwig Mies Van Der RoheBarcelona, Parc de l'Espanya Luis Pena-GancheguiBarcelona, German Pavilion 1929 1983 Reconstruction Ludwig Mies Van Der Rohe
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2004 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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2004 Travel Fellowship Competition

Students: If you become a semifinalist in the Essay competition, you have the opportunity through the TRAVEL FELLOWSHIP to propose visiting a foreign locale for a hands-on research experience tied to the subject of your Essay.

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