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

2017

Architecture Reveals Communities

Essay Prize Question

IN YOUR CITY, HOW DO INDIVIDUAL COMMUNITIES DEMONSTRATE THEIR PRESENCE THROUGH THE BUILDINGS DESIGNED TO SERVE THAT GROUP’S SOCIAL AND CULTURAL NEEDS AND ENDEAVORS?

Essay Prize Jurors

Professor and Architect Sangeeta Bagga-Mehta, Ph.D.
Professor and Architect Mark L. Gillem
Professor and Architect Omar Khattab, Ph.D.
Mr. Faiq Mari, Architect and Fulbright Scholar


Essay Prize Winners and Honorable Mentions

TO BE ANNOUNCED MID-APRIL, 2017.

 

Travel Fellowship Winners and Destination   

TO BE ANNOUNCED MID-APRIL, 2017.


Related Links
2017 Prize Website
2017 Poster

2017 Poster


FIRST AFRICAN METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH, Oakland, California, U.S.A., 1902. Congregation founded by free African Americans in 1816 as part of a nationwide movement in the United States. (Photo by Raymond Lifchez)


MOSQUE AND MINARET, Village of Teqoa, south-east of Bethlehem, Palestine. (Photo by Shimon Dotan)


LGBT CENTER, Tel-Aviv, Israel: Formerly, the General Federation of Students and Young Workers Center completed in 1940; later re-purposed as the Dov Hoz professional school; and since 2008 Israel's rst Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender public gathering place. (Photo by Robert Ungar)


SCUOLA DI SAN NICOLO DEI GRECI, Venice, Italy. Built in 1539 as the center for a Greek fraternal organization dedicated to the spiritual, social, and economic well-being of its members. (Photo by Raymond Lifchez)

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