IHCD's Josh Safdie Wins Berkeley Prize Teaching Fellowship

Date: 
Apr 19, 2013

Josh Safdie was selected as one of the five inaugural winners of the First BERKELEY PRIZE Teaching Fellowship on April 19, 2013.

Established in 1998, the BERKELEY PRIZE strives 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. The primary goal for the BERKELEY PRIZE Teaching Fellowship, which was awarded for the first time this year, is to focus students’ attention on the social and physical characteristics of the proposed users of the buildings and spaces they design.

See Josh Safdie's proposal and learn about the other winners