The Fourteenth Annual Berkeley Undergraduate Prize for Architectual Design Excellence 2012
2012
Berkeley Prize 2012
Architecture for the Public Good
Lalit Kala Akademi, Panaji, Goa, IndiaThe Ed Roberts Campus, Berkeley, California, USAIquique (squatter) housing, Iquique, ChileMills Building, South Carolina State Hospital, 1827, South Carolina, USAHorikawa Canal, Kyoto, JapanEkialo Kiona Community Center, 2010, Mfango Island, KenyaDalian Preschool, 2009, Dalian, Liaoning Province, People's Republic of ChinaButaro Hospital, 2010, Butaro, Burero District, RwandaKitgum Museum for Peace and War Archive, 2010, Kitgum, UgandaPATH Villas Osage, 2011, City of Inglewood, Los Angeles, California, USAKerala Festival Scene, Kerala, IndiaPlaza Apartments, 2006- San Francisco, California, USAHenry Street Settlement House , 1895, New York City, New York, USABaylor College of Medicine Children's Hospital, 2008, Kampala, Uganda
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2012 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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2012 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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