New York City's Center for Architecture has announced the 2023 recipients of the Douglas Haskell Award for Student Journals. Founded to encourage student journalism in architecture, planning, and related subjects, and to “foster regard for intelligent criticism among future professionals,” the award offers a total of $3000 split among three recipients.
The three winners are as follows:
Divergence in Architectural Research, Vol. 2, Georgia Institute of Technology
Divergence in Architectural Research serves as an open-source academic platform dedicated to PhD-level research in architecture and related disciplines. Having issued two volumes to date, it promotes intellectual dialogue by providing a glimpse into the diverse world of architectural research conducted by doctoral candidates globally. The second volume of Divergence confronts the constraints of conventional parameters within architectural research areas, tackles the drawbacks of segmented publications, and encourages a multidisciplinary scope of knowledge and practice.
The Divergence team consists of Hayri Dortdivanlioglu, Eleanna Panagoulia, and Yeinn Oh, with Tarek Rakha being Primary Faculty Advisor.
Room One Thousand, Issue 11 ‘Sediment,’ University of California, Berkeley
Room One Thousand, UC Berkeley's College of Environmental Design's graduate architecture journal, offers modern viewpoints on the university's built environment. In particular, "Sediment" delves into the potential contribution of geological metaphors to our comprehension of the connection between architecture, historical landscapes, society, and nature. The issue posits that below the surface of recent historical strata and traditions, there exist layers intentionally forming the landscape both in a physical and metaphorical sense.
Editors-in-Chief: The Room One Thousand team comprises Isabelle de Metz and Shelby Kendrick (Editors-in-Chief), Clare Coburn (Graphics Editor-in-Chief) and Greg Castillo (Primary Faculty Advisors).
URBAN Magazine, ‘Fluidity,’ Columbia University Graduate School of Architecture, Planning, and Preservation
URBAN Magazine, a student-driven initiative from Columbia University GSAPP's Urban Planning graduate program, has been curating and publishing content for over two decades, and showcases writings, interviews, visual narratives, and graphic pieces focused on urban planning and metropolitan life. The current issue, entitled "Fluidity," aspires to disrupt our conventional understanding of "urbanism" and the larger field of urban planning as significantly less dichotomous. Featuring work from shifting landscapes to societal infrastructure, the content in this issue not only questions planning's traditional role in molding our world but also displays the wide-ranging past, present, and future transformations.
URBAN’s team comprises Olivia Jia, Ethan Floyd, and Felipe Urritia (Editors) with Kian Goldman (Primary Faculty Advisor).
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