The Sixteenth Annual Berkeley Undergraduate Prize for Architectural Design Excellence 2014
Berkeley Prize 2014

Delma Palma - Bio

Delma grew up in Bonita Springs, FL with Honduran parents and an older sister--splendidly close to the ocean--consistently traveling back to Honduras. Studying architecture at the University of Notre Dame has offered Delma a plethora of opportunities, such as studying in Rome for a year and traveling throughout Europe to analyze the architecture, culture, and urbanism. Working in Santiago, Chile for TECHO.org--the largest NGO in Latin America taught her much about social housing and development. She has a passion for anthropology, an interest in sustainability, and two months until she graduates from Notre Dame. After leaving South Bend, she hopes to work at a firm within a city that allows her to abandon all use of the automobile and learn as much as possible on the trajectory towards licensure. She enjoys Russian literature, boxing, and ceramics.


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Ms. Delma Palma, University of Notre Dame, South Bend United States
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