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REN É  C. DAVIDS, FAIA  Professor of Architecture and Urban Design, University of California, Berkeley email: [email protected] OFFICE 341 Wurster Hall #1800 Berkeley, CA 94720-1800 PROFESSIONAL 1501 37 th Avenue A2 Oakland CA 94601 Tel. 510 532 3202 Fax 510 532 3203 OFFICE LANGUAGES English, Spanish, German, and French. Reading comprehension of Portuguese and Italian EDUCATION Royal College of Art, London M.A. Environmental Design Escuela de Bellas Artes, Arts Diploma Universidad de Chile, Santiago Facultad de Arquitectura y Urbanismo Bachelor of Architecture Universidad de Chile, Santiago PROFESSIONAL Registered architect in the State of California, Fellow of the American Institute of Architects MEMBERSHIPS Licensed to practice in Chile, member of the Colegio de Arquitectos de Chile CURRENT ACADEMIC AFFILIATION Department of Architecture, College of University of California, Berkeley Environmental Design (CED) Center for Latin American Studies (CLAS) University of California, Berkeley AWARDS & HONORS National Awards Fulbright Specialist Roster Candidate Fulbright Senir Specialist Program 2015 Elevated to the College of Fellows American Institute of Architects 2008 President's Award Metal Construction Association Annual Design 2004 Metal Construction Association Awards Program Progressive Architecture Citation for For “The Hillside Elevators of Valparaíso, Chile” 1999 Architectural Research Annual National Research Awards Program Federal Design Achievement Awards National Endowment for the Arts design 1995 awards for Daybreak Grove & Sunrise Place AIA National Honor Award for Architecture For Sunrise Place. One of 11 projects selected 1995 from over 500 entries. Jury: "A refreshing solution to the problem of providing high quality low-cost housing to low-income families. With a limited palette of materials and a restricted site, this housing achieves impressive results.” ACSA Design Award For Daybreak Grove. Association of 1995 Collegiate Schools of Architecture ACSA Citation for Excellence For Daybreak Grove. Association of Collegiate 1994 in Urban Design Schools of Architecture Committee for Education
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AWARDS & HONORS National Awards ACSA Citation for Excellence in Urban Design For Sunrise Place. Association of Collegiate 1994 Schools of Architecture Committee for Education AIA National Honor Award for Architecture For Daybreak Grove. One of 17 projects 1994 selected from over 500 entries. Jury: “A great solution to the problem of providing high quality low-cost housing to single parents.” Progressive Architecture Award for For Sunrise Place. Annual national design awards 1992 Architecture program. One of 22 awards out of 762 entries. Jury: “This design sets up quite a rich housing situation. There is dignity to this project you don't usually find with low cost housing.” Progressive Architecture Affordable Housing For Twice House, one of 10 projects awarded from 1991 Competition Commendation over 600 entries Progressive Architecture Award for For Daybreak Groove. Annual national design 1991 Architecture
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