Winners of 2010 AIA/HUD Awards Revealed

June 9, 2010

By Jenna M. McKnight

The recipients of the annual AIA/HUD Secretary Awards have been announced. The program is administered by the Housing and Custom Residential AIA Knowledge Community, in conjunction with the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). Awards are bestowed in four categories: excellence in affordable housing design; community connection; community-informed design; and housing accessibility. For more information, visit the AIA’s Web site.

Paseo Center at Coyote Creek is one of the four winners.
Photo © Jeffrey Peters/Vantage Point Photography
Paseo Center at Coyote Creek is one of the four winners.
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Excellence in Affordable Housing Design
Paseo Center at Coyote Creek
San Jose, California
David Baker + Partners, Architects

Creating Community Connection Award
Arbor Lofts
Lancaster, California
PSL Architects

Community-Informed Design Award
Congo Street Green Initiative
Dallas, Texas
buildingcommunity WORKSHOP

Housing Accessibility/Alan J. Rothman Award
Madrona Live
Seattle, Washington 
Tyler Engle Architects


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