AIA selects best new homes at the 2022 Housing Awards
By Niall Patrick Walsh|
Thursday, Mar 24, 2022
The American Institute of Architects has revealed the winners of the 2022 Housing Awards. The 14 projects span single-family, affordable housing, and specialized housing projects, and include new construction, renovations, and restorations.
For the 2022 edition, the jury also sought to award projects which prioritized sustainability, affordability, durability, innovation, social impact, client needs, and respect for natural and built contexts.
Below, we have published the 14 winning projects. You can compare the 2022 results with previous years by reviewing our previous coverage of the awards, or by studying the projects in greater detail on the AIA website. The organization has also recently revealed the winners of the 2022 AIA Young Architects Award, details of which can be found on our dedicated coverage.
ONE- AND TWO-FAMILY CUSTOM RESIDENCES
aMews House, Atlanta, Georgia by Alex Wu Architect LLC
Costa Rica Treehouse, Santa Teresa, Costa Rica by Olson Kundig
Divine House, Eugene, Oregon by Landry Smith Architect
Goatbarn Lane, Boulder, Colorado by Renée del Gaudio Architecture
Highland Park Residence, Highland Park, Texas by Alterstudio Architecture, LLP
Pemberton Residence, Austin, Texas by Alterstudio Architecture LLP
Rain Harvest Home (La Casa que Cosecha Lluvia), Temascaltepec, Mexico by Robert Hutchison Architecture / JSA Architects
Renovation 1662, Washington, D.C. by Robert M. Gurney, FAIA Architect
Rio House, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil by Olson Kundig
West Campus Residence, Austin, Texas by Alterstudio Architecture, LLP and Mell Lawrence Architects
Chandler Tiny Homes Village For The Homeless, Los Angeles, California by Lehrer Architects LA
Flor 401 Lofts, Los Angeles, California by Koning Eizenberg Architecture, Inc.
EXCELLENCE IN AFFORDABLE HOUSING
Ohringer Arts, Pittsburg, Pennsylvania by Rothschild Doyno Collaborative
The Aya, Washington, D.C. by Studio Twenty Seven Architecture
12design · Mar 25, 22 1:06 PM
Did I read affordable?
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