AIA Announces 18 Winners of 2010 Housing Awards

May 13, 2010

By Aleksandr Bierig

The American Institute of Architects has announced the 18 winners of the 2010 Housing Awards. Now in its tenth year, the awards program recognizes exemplary residential design and promotes "the importance of good housing," according to the AIA. Awards were bestowed in four categories—one/two family custom housing, one/two family production housing, multifamily living, and special housing.

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Diamond Project; San Francisco

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Members of this year’s jury were: Jury Chair Andrew V. Porth, AIA, of Porth Architects; Jane Kolleeny of Architectural Record and GreenSource; Natalye Appel, FAIA, of Natalye Appel + Associates Architects; Geoffrey Goldberg, AIA, of G. Goldberg and Associates; and Grace Kim, AIA, of Schemata Workshop.

One/Two Family Custom Housing

Diamond Project; San Francisco
Terry & Terry Architecture

Ferrous House; Milwaukee
Johnsen Schmaling Architects

Port Townsend Residence; Port Townsend, Washington
Bohlin Cywinski Jackson

Dry Creek Outbuildings; Woodside, California
Bohlin Cywinski Jackson

Sky Ranch; Seattle
The Miller|Hull Partnership

Spiral House; Old Greenwich, Connecticut
Joeb Moore + Partners Architects, LLC

Sheldon Gatehouse; Cle Elum, Washington
Bohlin Cywinski Jackson

T42 House; Minneapolis

One/Two Family Production Housing
Cellophane House; New York City

14 Townhouses; Brooklyn, New York
Rogers Marvel Architects, PLLC

Multifamily Living

Gish Apartments; San Jose, California
Office of Jerome King, FAIA

OneEleven Mixed-Use Development; Baton Rouge, Louisiana
Remson | Haley | Herpin Architects, APAC

Formosa 1140; West Hollywood, California
Lorcan O'Herlihy Architects

Safari Drive; Scottsdale, Arizona
The Miller|Hull Partnership

The Waterworks at Chestnut Hill; Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts
Gund Partnership

Special Housing

Step Up on 5th; Santa Monica, California
Pugh + Scarpa

The Housing Tower; Stockbridge, Massachusetts
The Rose + Guggenheimer Studio

Swarthmore College Residence Halls; Swarthmore, Pennsylvania
William Rawn Associates, Architects, Inc.


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