Architecture Students Take Home First Prize in International Student Design Competition

Following guidance from Georgia Tech Administration and the University System of Georgia, the Office of International Education has implemented its continuity of operations plan.  This plan moves OIE to email and other internet-based forms of communication until further notice.  When you have questions or require support, please email the following contacts:
    International Students and Scholars:
    Education Abroad:
    For all other inquiries, please refer to the staff list:

OIE remains committed to providing excellent service to all of our stakeholders.  We look forward to working with you virtually to continue supporting Tech's global mission. We appreciate your support and understanding as we and the rest of the world respond to the current public health crisis. 


This year, over 400 entries participants submitted work to HERE+NOW: A House for the 21st Centuryan international student design competition administered by the Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture (ACSA) and sponsored by American Institute of Architecture (AIA) and Custom Residential Architects Network (CRAN®). Of the 400 participants, Georgia Tech School of Architecture students, Kang Song (’19), Dan Lu (’19), Raunak Tibrewala (’19), were awarded first prize.

For more information on their award winning work, click here