The Fourth Annual Berkeley Undergraduate Prize for Architectual Design Excellence 2002
Berkeley Prize 2002

Stage 2: Semifinalists

The Berkeley Prize Committee is pleased to announce the twenty-five Semi-Finalists in the 2002 Berkeley Prize Competition. Semi-finalists have been selected from among the 29 countries represented by undergraduate architecture students participating in the Prize 2002 Competition. They are enrolled in schools in Australia, Canada, Germany, India, the Netherlands, Russia, Singapore, Slovenia, South Africa, Sweden, Turkey, the UK, and the US.

Arena, Douglas, The University of Arizona, USA

Axley, Claire, University of California at Berkeley, USA

Barry, David, California College of Arts and Crafts, USA

Bascinar, Arda, Gazi University, Ankara, Turkey

Biviji, Naeem, University of Edinburgh, UK

Caso Donadei, Rebeca, Technische Universiteit Delft, Netherlands

Cerne, Barbara, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia

Chadrine, Vladimir, Moscow Institute of Architecture, Russia

Chan, Julienne, National University of Singapore, Singapore

Harli, Ray, University of Witwatersrand, South Africa

Hatch, Emily, University of Cincinnati, USA

Jordan, Grayson, Carnegie Mellon University, USA

Kenniff, Thomas-Bernard, University of Waterloo, Canada

Lewis, Trevor, University of Oregon, USA

Lichtenberg, Daniel, Columbia University, USA

Miller, Clio, University of Utah, USA

Nesvig, Carrie, University of Cincinnati, USA

Nicholson, Sarah, University of Lincoln, UK

Patel, Kush, South Gujarat University, India

Schagemann, Daniel, Universitaet TH Karlsruhe, Germany

Shah, Sapna, University of Sheffield, UK

Swartz, Aron, Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden

Watkins, Glenda, Oklahoma State University, USA

Watson, Nadia, Queensland University of Technology, Australia

Western, Kathleen, University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa

Wong, Carmen, University of California at Berkeley, USA


In order to frame this year's Question, the Berkeley Prize Committee provides eight photographs describing ways in which the Street serves as a mediator between a person's public and private life. 

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