A graduate design studio at NC State University’s School of Architecture has been awarded the prestigious Studio Prize by ARCHITECT magazine. Professors Thomas Barrie and David Hill joined several other students to present their “Micro Housing for Homeless and Disabled Veterans Project” at the Governor’s Working Group’s July meeting. Students worked closely with the NC Coalition to End Homelessness, which funded the project, to create innovative design solutions for Veterans.

Watch a video on the project here: https://design.ncsu.edu/architecture-students-win-2019-studio-prize/

Read ARCHITECT magazine’s article: https://www.architectmagazine.com/awards/studio-prize/studio-prize-micro-housing-for-homeless-and-disabled-veterans_o



Ross Davidson