|The Annual International Berkeley Undergraduate Prize for Architectural Design Excellence 2023|
The Question / To Enter
ARCHITECTURE DESIGNED FOR AGING
What are the major issues and the best design responses in your local community for the special needs of your senior citizens?
STAGE 1: PROPOSAL SUBMISSION
STAGE 2: ESSAY SUBMISSION
Two students (maximum) who meet the eligibility requirements above may collaborate as authors. An architecture student may team up with another undergraduate in architecture, landscape architecture, urban studies, arts and humanities, the social sciences, or engineering. If two students collaborate, then both names must appear on their essay and if awarded a prize, the prize is to be equally shared.
The photographs should be digital at a minimum 500 pixels wide, and in .jpg format. The images should be as informative as possible in order to enable those reading the sbmissions to determine how well you have described your subject matter. The Readers are instructed NOT to add or detract points from their evaluation because of the quality of the photograph itself.
Judging for the essay competition is on a numeric system. The members of the BERKELEY PRIZE Committee are asked to evaluate each Proposal in terms of the following criteria:
Each criterion is given a score of 1 to 5 (5 being the highest). The top approximately 25 scoring Proposals become Semifinalists.
There is a total prize of 35,000USD, minimum 8,500USD first prize. The remaining purse is to be allocated among a minimum of the next three high scoring essays.
By submitting your essay, you give the BERKELEY PRIZE the nonexclusive, perpetual right to reproduce the essay or any part of the essay, in any and all media at the BERKELEY PRIZE’s discretion. A “nonexclusive” right means you are not restricted from publishing your paper elsewhere if you use the following attribution that must appear in that new placement: “First submitted to and/or published by the Berkeley Undergraduate Prize for Architectural Design Excellence (www.BerkeleyPrize.org) in competition year 20(--) (and if applicable) and winner of that year’s (First, Second, Third…) Essay prize.” Finally, you warrant the essay does not violate any intellectual property rights of others and indemnify the BERKELEY PRIZE against any costs, loss, or expense arising out of a violation of this warranty.
Registration and Submission
You will be asked to complete a short registration form which will not be seen by members of the BERKELEY PRIZE Committee or Jury.
Additional Help and InformationAre you in need of assistance? Please email email@example.com.