Bohlin Cywinski Jackson, COOKFOX, and Michael Maltzan among 2018 AIA Housing Award recipients
By Mackenzie Goldberg|
Tuesday, May 22, 2018
As a reminder of the ever-pressing importance of designing accessible high-quality housing, the AIA Housing Awards recognizes some of the best new projects in single-family homes, multifamily residential structures, and specialized housing across the U.S. This year, for their 2018 awards program, they have honored 11 projects across four categories for their excellence in design, including a modern residence inspired by early Quaker settlements; a permanent supportive housing complex for formerly homeless individuals in Los Angeles; and one of Yale University's new neo-Gothic residential campuses designed by RAMSA.
Scroll down to take a gander at these snazzy abodes.
↑ Category: One- and Two-family Custom Residence—The Bear Stand in Gooderham, Ontario by Bohlin Cywinski Jackson.
↑ Category: One- and Two-family Custom Residence—Ghost Wash House in Paradise Valley, Arizona by Architecture-Infrastructure-Research.
↑ Category: One- and Two-family Custom Residence—South 5th Residence in Austin, Texas by alterstudio architecture.
↑ Category: One- and Two-family Custom Residence—Underhill in Matinecock, New York by Bates Masi + Architects.
↑ Category: One- and Two-family Production Homes—3106 St. Thomas in New Orleans, Louisiana by OJT.
↑ Category: One- and Two-family Production Homes—Linea Residence G in Palm Springs, California by Poon Design Inc.
↑ Category: Multifamily Housing—150 Charles in New York, New York by COOKFOX Architects, DPC.
↑ Category: Multifamily Housing—Mariposa 1038 in Los Angeles, California by Lorcan O'Herlihy Architects.
↑ Category: Multifamily Housing—Navy Green in Brooklyn, New York by FXCollaborative.
↑ Category: Specialized Housing—Benjamin Franklin College and Pauli Murray College, Yale University in New Haven, Connecticut by Robert A.M. Stern Architects.
↑ Category: Specialized Housing—Crest Apartments in Van Nuys, California by Michael Maltzan Architecture.
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