The Nineteenth Annual Berkeley Undergraduate Prize for Architectural Design Excellence 2017
Berkeley Prize 2017

2001

The Street Mediates Between Public and Private Lives

Essay Prize Question
Considering what has been, and contemplating what might be, what principles and objectives should guide architects committed to the concept that architecture is a social art?

Essay Prize Jurors
Roberta Feldman
Peter Prangnell
Anthony W. Schuman


Essay Prize Winners and Honorable Mentions

First Prize: Christopher Holmes, Faculty of Architecture Dalhousie University

Second Prize: Ashley Paine, School of Architecture, Interior and Industrial Design Queensland University of Technology

Third Prize: Alix Ogilvie, College of Architecture and Planning Ball State University

Honorable Mention: David Foxe, Department of Architecture, School of Architecture Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Honorable Mention: John Sharpe, Facility of Built Environment Queensland University of Technology

Honorable Mention: Sara Stevens, Architecture Department Rice University


Related Links
2001 Prize Website
Final Press Release

2001 Essay Competition

Aldo van Eyck, Municipal Orphanage, Amsterdam (after 1960)

Aldo van Eyck, Municipal Orphanage, Amsterdam (after 1960)

 

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