The Third Annual Berkeley Undergraduate Prize for Architectual Design Excellence 2001
Berkeley Prize 2001


ROBERTA M. FELDMAN is an architectural educator and researcher who has lectured and published widely in the United States and abroad on socially responsible housing and community design. She is director of the City Design Center of the University of Illinois at Chicago, a cross-disciplinary design research and outreach program which promotes the study and practice of design in the public interest, and a Professor in the School of Architecture.

PETER PRANGNELL has worked in architecture schools for forty odd years. He writes on design and contributes to De Carlo's Spazio e Società. Recently he's been cultivating his garden and building a house.

ANTHONY W. SCHUMAN, Associate Professor at the New Jersey Institute of Technology, is current president of the Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture (ACSA).A registered architect, his articles on housing design and community development appear in eight books and numerous journals. He was a founding member of several advocacy and activist organizations in architecture and planning. 

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