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2010 AIA Housing Awards

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Earlier this week, the American Institute of Architects awarded its tenth annual Housing Awards to projects across the country, several of which have been featured in Dwell. The Sky Ranch, an 800-square-foot home atop the 1.5-acre roof of a warehouse-office, is gracing the pages of Dwell's May 2010 "Small Spaces" issue, now on newsstands. The Formosa 1140 lead a roundup of modern multifamily residences in American in our October 2009 "Made in the USA" issue. In total, the AIA awarded prizes to 18 projects in four categories: One- and Two-Family Custom Housing, One- and Two-Family Production Housing, Multifamily Housing, and Special Housing.

Watch our slideshow to see the winners.

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  The Diamond Project in San Francisco, California, designed by Terry & Terry Architecture, was awarded an AIA 2010 One- and Two-Family Custom Housing prize for "outstanding designs for custom and remodeled homes for specific client(s)."
    The Diamond Project in San Francisco, California, designed by Terry & Terry Architecture, was awarded an AIA 2010 One- and Two-Family Custom Housing prize for "outstanding designs for custom and remodeled homes for specific client(s)."
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  The Ferrous House in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, designed by Johnsen Schmaling Architects, was awarded an AIA 2010 One- and Two-Family Custom Housing prize for "outstanding designs for custom and remodeled homes for specific client(s)."
    The Ferrous House in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, designed by Johnsen Schmaling Architects, was awarded an AIA 2010 One- and Two-Family Custom Housing prize for "outstanding designs for custom and remodeled homes for specific client(s)."
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  The Port Townsend Residence in Port Townsend, Washington, designed by Bohlin Cywinski Jackson, was awarded an AIA 2010 One- and Two-Family Custom Housing prize for "outstanding designs for custom and remodeled homes for specific client(s)."
    The Port Townsend Residence in Port Townsend, Washington, designed by Bohlin Cywinski Jackson, was awarded an AIA 2010 One- and Two-Family Custom Housing prize for "outstanding designs for custom and remodeled homes for specific client(s)."
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  The Dry Creek Outbuildings in Woodside, California, designed by Bohlin Cywinski Jackson, was awarded an AIA 2010 One- and Two-Family Custom Housing prize for "outstanding designs for custom and remodeled homes for specific client(s)."
    The Dry Creek Outbuildings in Woodside, California, designed by Bohlin Cywinski Jackson, was awarded an AIA 2010 One- and Two-Family Custom Housing prize for "outstanding designs for custom and remodeled homes for specific client(s)."
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  The Sky Ranch in Seattle, Oregon, designed by The Miller|Hull Partnership, was awarded an AIA 2010 One- and Two-Family Custom Housing prize for "outstanding designs for custom and remodeled homes for specific client(s)."
    The Sky Ranch in Seattle, Oregon, designed by The Miller|Hull Partnership, was awarded an AIA 2010 One- and Two-Family Custom Housing prize for "outstanding designs for custom and remodeled homes for specific client(s)."
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  The Spiral House in Old Greenwich, Connecticut, designed by Joeb Moore + Partners Architects, was awarded an AIA 2010 One- and Two-Family Custom Housing prize for "outstanding designs for custom and remodeled homes for specific client(s)."  Courtesy of: � Jeff Goldberg/Esto
    The Spiral House in Old Greenwich, Connecticut, designed by Joeb Moore + Partners Architects, was awarded an AIA 2010 One- and Two-Family Custom Housing prize for "outstanding designs for custom and remodeled homes for specific client(s)."

    Courtesy of: � Jeff Goldberg/Esto

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  The Sheldon Gatehouse in Cle Elum, Washington, designed Bohlin Cywinski Jackson, was awarded an AIA 2010 One- and Two-Family Custom Housing prize for "outstanding designs for custom and remodeled homes for specific client(s)."
    The Sheldon Gatehouse in Cle Elum, Washington, designed Bohlin Cywinski Jackson, was awarded an AIA 2010 One- and Two-Family Custom Housing prize for "outstanding designs for custom and remodeled homes for specific client(s)."
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  The T42 House in Minneapolis, Minnesota, designed by VJAA, was awarded an AIA 2010 One- and Two-Family Custom Housing prize for "outstanding designs for custom and remodeled homes for specific client(s)."
    The T42 House in Minneapolis, Minnesota, designed by VJAA, was awarded an AIA 2010 One- and Two-Family Custom Housing prize for "outstanding designs for custom and remodeled homes for specific client(s)."
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  The Cellophane House in New York, New York, designed by KieranTimberlake, was awarded an AIA 2010 One- and Two-Family Production Housing prize for "excellent design of homes built for the speculative market."
    The Cellophane House in New York, New York, designed by KieranTimberlake, was awarded an AIA 2010 One- and Two-Family Production Housing prize for "excellent design of homes built for the speculative market."
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  The 14 Townhouses in Brooklyn, New York, designed by Rogers Marvel Architects, was awarded an AIA 2010 One- and Two-Family Production Housing prize for "excellent design of homes built for the speculative market."
    The 14 Townhouses in Brooklyn, New York, designed by Rogers Marvel Architects, was awarded an AIA 2010 One- and Two-Family Production Housing prize for "excellent design of homes built for the speculative market."
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  The Gish Apartments in San Jose, California, designed by the Office of Jerome King, was awarded an AIA 2010 Multifamily Housing prize for "outstanding apartment and condominium design, both high- and low-density projects for public and private clients, that integrate the building(s) into their context, including open and recreational space, transportation options and features that contribute to livable communities."
    The Gish Apartments in San Jose, California, designed by the Office of Jerome King, was awarded an AIA 2010 Multifamily Housing prize for "outstanding apartment and condominium design, both high- and low-density projects for public and private clients, that integrate the building(s) into their context, including open and recreational space, transportation options and features that contribute to livable communities."
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  The OneEleven Mixed-Use Development in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, designed by Remson | Haley | Herpin Architects, was awarded an AIA 2010 Multifamily Housing prize for "outstanding apartment and condominium design, both high- and low-density projects for public and private clients, that integrate the building(s) into their context, including open and recreational space, transportation options and features that contribute to livable communities."
    The OneEleven Mixed-Use Development in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, designed by Remson | Haley | Herpin Architects, was awarded an AIA 2010 Multifamily Housing prize for "outstanding apartment and condominium design, both high- and low-density projects for public and private clients, that integrate the building(s) into their context, including open and recreational space, transportation options and features that contribute to livable communities."
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  The Formosa 1140 in West Hollywood, California, designed by Lorcan O'Herlihy Architects, was awarded an AIA 2010 Multifamily Housing prize for "outstanding apartment and condominium design, both high- and low-density projects for public and private clients, that integrate the building(s) into their context, including open and recreational space, transportation options and features that contribute to livable communities."
    The Formosa 1140 in West Hollywood, California, designed by Lorcan O'Herlihy Architects, was awarded an AIA 2010 Multifamily Housing prize for "outstanding apartment and condominium design, both high- and low-density projects for public and private clients, that integrate the building(s) into their context, including open and recreational space, transportation options and features that contribute to livable communities."
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  The Safari Drive in Scottsdale, Arizona, designed by The Miller|Hull Partnership, was awarded an AIA 2010 Multifamily Housing prize for "outstanding apartment and condominium design, both high- and low-density projects for public and private clients, that integrate the building(s) into their context, including open and recreational space, transportation options and features that contribute to livable communities."
    The Safari Drive in Scottsdale, Arizona, designed by The Miller|Hull Partnership, was awarded an AIA 2010 Multifamily Housing prize for "outstanding apartment and condominium design, both high- and low-density projects for public and private clients, that integrate the building(s) into their context, including open and recreational space, transportation options and features that contribute to livable communities."
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  The Waterworks at Chestnut Hill in Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts, designed by Gund Partnership, was awarded an AIA 2010 Multifamily Housing prize for "outstanding apartment and condominium design, both high- and low-density projects for public and private clients, that integrate the building(s) into their context, including open and recreational space, transportation options and features that contribute to livable communities."
    The Waterworks at Chestnut Hill in Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts, designed by Gund Partnership, was awarded an AIA 2010 Multifamily Housing prize for "outstanding apartment and condominium design, both high- and low-density projects for public and private clients, that integrate the building(s) into their context, including open and recreational space, transportation options and features that contribute to livable communities."
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  Step Up on 5th, in Santa Monica, California, designed by Pugh + Scarpa, was awarded an AIA 2010 Special Housing prize for "outstanding design of housing that meets the unique needs of other specialized housing types such as single room occupancy residences (SROs), independent living for the disabled, residential rehabilitation programs, domestic violence shelters, and other special housing."
    Step Up on 5th, in Santa Monica, California, designed by Pugh + Scarpa, was awarded an AIA 2010 Special Housing prize for "outstanding design of housing that meets the unique needs of other specialized housing types such as single room occupancy residences (SROs), independent living for the disabled, residential rehabilitation programs, domestic violence shelters, and other special housing."
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  The Housing Tower in Stockbridge, Massachusetts, designed by The Rose + Guggenheimer Studio, was awarded an AIA 2010 Special Housing prize for "outstanding design of housing that meets the unique needs of other specialized housing types such as single room occupancy residences (SROs), independent living for the disabled, residential rehabilitation programs, domestic violence shelters, and other special housing."
    The Housing Tower in Stockbridge, Massachusetts, designed by The Rose + Guggenheimer Studio, was awarded an AIA 2010 Special Housing prize for "outstanding design of housing that meets the unique needs of other specialized housing types such as single room occupancy residences (SROs), independent living for the disabled, residential rehabilitation programs, domestic violence shelters, and other special housing."
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  The Swarthmore College Residence Halls in Swarthmore, Pennsylvania, designed by William Rawn Associates, Architects, was awarded the AIA 2010 Special Housing prize for "outstanding design of housing that meets the unique needs of other specialized housing types such as single room occupancy residences (SROs), independent living for the disabled, residential rehabilitation programs, domestic violence shelters, and other special housing."
    The Swarthmore College Residence Halls in Swarthmore, Pennsylvania, designed by William Rawn Associates, Architects, was awarded the AIA 2010 Special Housing prize for "outstanding design of housing that meets the unique needs of other specialized housing types such as single room occupancy residences (SROs), independent living for the disabled, residential rehabilitation programs, domestic violence shelters, and other special housing."

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