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Ubaldo Occhinegro, docente di Disegno dell’architettura nel DICAR e autore con Giuseppe Fallacara di una originale monografia su Castel del Monte, ha vinto 2 Primi Posti 

(Categoria Urban design e Categoria Hand Drawings) e 4 Menzioni D'Onore (Categoria Analitique e Categoria Hand Drawings) ad un Concorso Internazionale di Disegno dell'Architettura promosso dall'Università del Colorado SCA STUDENTS FOR CLASSICAL ARCHITECTURE DESIGN AWARDS e dal Center for Advanced Research for Traditional Architecture!! 

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Dear students, and those faculty who submitted works on your behalf,

We are very pleased to share that we have announced the winners and honorable mentions in the first-ever Student Design Awards. We apologize for the delay in announcing these, however, our judges had many entries to review, and we then had to develop the new webpages for the winner and the honorable mentions galleris. You can view the winning entries here: 

http://www.scaawards.org/#!winners-gallery/c23l1 which also links to the honorable mentions here:



Congratulations to each of you who won, or whose work was singled out for honorable mention. Of course, we wish everyone could win, but we hope that for those of you who did not win, you will be happy to know your work is and will continue to be featured on our award website. We will be adding your names, your institutions, and your professors to your entries in the next few weeks.


For the winning and honorable mentions, we will be sending you a certificate recognizing your win, though with our busy studio hours and classes, we know that will take us a little while to do.


We wanted to share with you that the jury aimed to elevate standards of student work in classical and traditional architecture, landscape architecture, urban design, allied arts, craft, and representation, so they only awarded "wins" to those projects rising to high standards. They did not select winners in all categories. They moved some things between categories, and they added "honorable mentions" for work deserving such distinction.


The competition was very close, and in some cases winning and honorable mentions were separated by only a few aspects of distinction. Judging was completed "blind" without judges knowing either the name of the student or the institution with which they are or were associated. We are very proud to have projects submitted by you from around the world representing a diverse range of nineteen schools and institutions including:

  • American College of the Building Arts (Charleston, SC)
  • Georgia Institute of Technology (Atlanta, GA)
  • Judson University School of Art, Design, and Architecture (Elgin, IL)
  • Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture (Scotsdale, AZ and Spring Green, WI)
  • Institute of Classical Architecture & Art (New York, NY)
  • Polytechnic School of Bari - Faculty of Architecture (Bari, Italy)
  • Portsmouth School of Architecture (Portsmouth, England)
  • The Prince's Foundation for Building Community (London, England)
  • Rhode Island School of Design (Providence, RI)
  • Universidad Alfonso X el Sabio (Spain)
  • Universidad de Alcalá de Henares (Spain)
  • University of Colorado Denver College of Architecture and Planning (Denver, CO)
  • University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign School of Architecture (Champaign, IL)
  • University of Miami School of Architecture (Miami, FL)
  • University of Notre Dame School of Architecture (South Bend, IN)
  • University of Otago (New Zealand)
  • Universidad Politecnica de Madrid (Spain)
  • Universidad Politécnica de Valencia (Spain)
  • Yale School of Architecture (New Haven, CT)


This body of work, taken as a whole, shows your concerns, including designing and crafting buildings and places that respect and enhance local identity; that are durable, sustainable, and resilient; that are socially just; and perhaps most radical of all: beautiful. We are all thrilled to know you are doing this work and to connect with you, however distantly, through these awards.


If you do not have a Students for Classical Architecture chapter at your school, you might consider starting one! You can learn more about doing so by contacting one of your judges for this year's competition, and the founder of Students for Classical Architecture, Jenny Bevan. Please let us know if you would like to connect with her.


Thank you all for taking the time to submit your work, we will run the design awards again next year, so we hope you will help us by submitting, and spreading the word about these awards. 


Congratulations to all!


Students for Classical Architecture CU Denver Chapter

University of Colorado Denver College of Architecture and Planning

Denver, CO



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