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AIA Names Its Housing Award Winners for 2007

March 9, 2007

The American Institute of Architects (AIA) announced the recipients of its 2007 Housing Committee Awards today. These honors recognize the best housing design in four categories: One/Two Family Custom Housing, One/Two Family Production Housing, Special Housing, and Multifamily Housing. A list of winners follows below.

The award recipients were selected from a record 236 submissions. The winners will be recognized this May at the AIA’s 2007 National Convention and Design Exposition, in San Antonio. This year’s jury included Katherine Austin, AIA; Don Carter, FAIA; Jane Kolleeny, a senior editor of RECORD; Lisa Stacholy, AIA; and LaVerne Williams, AIA.

One/Two Family Custom Housing:

  • House at the Shawangunks, New Paltz, N.Y., by Bohlin Cywinski Jackson’s Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania office
  • 1532 House, San Francisco, by Fougeron Architecture, of San Francisco
  • Loblolly House, Taylors Island, Maryland, by Kieran-Timberlake Associates, of Philadelphia
  • Tye River Cabin, Skykomish, Washington, by Olson Sundberg Kundig Allen Architects, of Seattle
  • Delta Shelter, Mazama, Washington, by Olson Sundberg Kundig Allen Architects, of Seattle
  • A Ranch House in the San Juan Mountains, Telluride, Colorado, by Michael Shepherd Architect AIA, of Telluride, Colorado

One/Two Family Production Housing:

  • Danielson Grove, Kirkland, Washington, by Ross Chapin Architects, Langley, Washington
  • The 505, Houston, by Collaborative Designworks, Houston

Special Housing:

  • The DESIGNhabitat 2 House, Greensboro, Alabama, by the DESIGNhabitat 2 Studio School of Architecture, Auburn University, David W. Hinson, AIA
  • The Plaza Apartments, San Francisco, by Leddy Maytum Stacy Architects and Paulett Taggart Architects, of San Francisco
  • Patrolia Loft, Boston, by Ruhl Walker Architects, of Boston
  • Shirley Bridge Bungalows, Seattle, by Ron Wright and Associates / Architects, of Seattle
  • People Assisting the Homeless (P.A.T.H), Los Angeles, by Jeffrey M. Kalban & Associates Architecture, of Los Angeles
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Multifamily Housing:

  • High Point, Seattle, by Mithun, of Seattle
  • 1247 Wisconsin, Washington, D.C., by McInturff Architects, of Bethesda, Maryland
  • 156 West Superior Condominiums, Chicago, by The Miller/Hull Partnership, of Seattle
  • The Union, San Diego, by Jonathan Segal, FAIA, of San Diego
  • Bridgeton Hope VI, Bridgeton, N.J., by Torti Gallas and Partners, of Silver Spring, Maryland
  • Salishan Neighborhood Revitalization, Tacoma, by Torti Gallas & Partners, of Silver Spring, Maryland

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