industry insider | Oct 19, 2016 |
Berkeley Prize now open
Boh staff
By STAFF

Accepting entries until November 1, the Berkeley Undergraduate Prize for Architectural Design Excellence is seeking architects-in-training to submit essays on the topic of architecture and communities.  

According to the architecture department at the UC Berkeley College of Environmental Design, the purpose of the award is “to show architects-in-training that the smallest act of building has global implications: that design can and does play a major role in the social, cultural and psychological life of both the individual and society at large.”

This year’s essay question is: “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?”

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