The Annual International Berkeley Undergraduate Prize for Architectural Design Excellence 2018
Berkeley Prize 2018

2003

Buildings That Achieve World-Class Status

Essay Prize Question
When architects strive to create lasting monuments, some become part of the significant cultural heritage of our age. These successes seem to embody the most socially important values of a city, region, country, or even the world. Other attempts are only the reflection of the vanity of the designer or client and pass into oblivion. Worse, they become a permanent blight on the environment. As an architect, specifically, how can your work simultaneously embody the social values of one place, a particular culture, and universal human concerns?

Essay Prize Jurors
Brit Andresen
Francesco Bandarin
Jo Noero
Brigitte Shim


Essay Prize Winners

First Prize: Philip Tidwell, Washington University, St. Louis, USA

Second Prize: Karen Weise, Yale University, USA

Third Prize: Ema Bonifacic, Architectural Association School of Architecture, UK

Third Prize: Priyanka Shah, Rizvi College of Architecture, India


Related Links
2003 Prize Website
Final Press Release

2003 Essay Competition

Noero: Soweto Careers Centre Soweto, South Africa

Noero: Soweto Careers Centre Soweto, South Africa

 

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