2009 Carl & Emily Fuchs Foundation Prestige Prize in Architecture
Stephanie Zangerle, of UKZN’s School of Architecture, was one of the three winners of the 2009 Carl & Emily Fuchs Foundation Prestige Prize in Architecture. Each year the seven South African Schools of Architecture are requested to submit the name of the BAS [Honours] student who had the highest academic average in the preceding BAS degree. During a selection process, that includes a portfolio review and a 24 hour en loge design project, by a panel of judges appointed by the SA Institute of Architects and the SA Council of Architects Heads of Schools Committee three winners are chosen. The three winners each receive an R 50 000, 00 bursary towards their academic fees. This prize has currently the highest monetary value of all prizes and competitions open to architectural students in SA. She will also have to present a lecture at the annual Architectural Students’ Conference, and publish an article on an architectural topic of her choice.
Steph | Zangerle