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

2002

The Role of the Street In Fostering Social Life

Essay Prize Question
Throughout history, the street has served as a mediator between our public and private lives. The photographs below are vivid examples of how this occurs. With rapid change occurring today in every culture, the traditional social value of the street is also undergoing change and in many instances is losing this human element. As an architect, how do you address this issue?

Essay Prize Jurors
James S. Ackerman
Charles Correa
Connie Occhialini
Nicholas Ray


Essay Prize Winners and Honorable Mentions

First Prize: Thomas-Bernard Kenniff, University of Waterloo, Canada

Honorable Mention: Ray Harli, University of Witwatersrand, South Africa

Honorable Mention: Trevor Lewis, University of Oregon, USA

Honorable Mention: Nadia Watson, Queensland University of Technology, Australia


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2002 Prize Website
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2002 Essay Competition

 

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