The American Institute of Architects has announced the winners of the 2023 Housing Awards. Ten projects were honored in the series, spanning single-family, production housing, affordable housing, and specialized housing projects.
The five-person jury for the awards sought to recognize projects that were “sustainable, affordable, durable, innovative, socially impactful, meeting client needs as well as addressing the natural and built contexts.” Explore this year's 10 winning projects below.
[ONE- AND TWO-FAMILY CUSTOM RESIDENCES]
Alta Vista Residence, Austin, TX | Alterstudio Architecture
The Rambler, Indianola, WA | GO’C
Flex House, Sacramento, CA | Johnsen Schmaling Architects
Woodward Lofts, St. Louis, MO | Trivers
Canyon Drive, Los Angeles, CA | Lorcan O’Herlihy Architects
Argyle Gardens, Portland, OR | Holst Architecture
Sister Lillian Murphy Community, San Francisco, CA | Paulette Taggart Architects with StudioVARA
Gramercy Senior Housing, Los Angeles, CA | Kevin Daly Architects
MLK1101 Supportive Housing, Los Angeles, CA | Lorcan O'Herlihy Architects
[MIXED-USE COMMUNITY CONNECTION]
The Block, Philadelphia, PA | ISA - Interface Studio Architects
You can compare the 2023 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 Housing Awards are also one of several recent award series published by the AIA, details of which can be found on our dedicated coverage.
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