Twenty-six Projects Selected as Winners of the 2010 residential architect Design Awards

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residential architect magazine, published by Hanley Wood, LLC, and the only publication designed specifically for the residential architecture profession, announces the winners of its 2010 design awards program.

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Fewer than 3 percent of our 978 entries are featured in our awards issue, making RADA the most competitive housing design program in the country.

residential architect magazine, published by Hanley Wood, LLC, and the only publication designed specifically for the residential architecture profession, announces the winners of its 2010 design awards program.

The residential architect Design Awards have grown into the largest and most competitive residential architecture awards program in the country. The goal is to always create a rigorous design program where winners are recognized for their outstanding work in advancing residential design.

The 11th annual residential architect Design Awards received 978 entries in 16 categories, and only 26 projects were singled out for accolades. The jury featured six distinguished architects, including Ed Binkley, AIA, ed binkley design, Oviedo, Fla.; Louise Harpman, Assoc. AIA, Specht Harpman, Austin, Texas; Jennifer Luce, AIA, Luce et Studio, San Diego; John V. Mutlow, FAIA, RIBA, University of Southern California School of Architecture, Los Angeles; Julie Snow, FAIA, Julie Snow Architects, Minneapolis; and Richard Williams, FAIA, Richard Williams Architects, Washington, D.C. In all, they bestowed 19 Merit awards, six Grand awards, and one Project of the Year award.

“We give our jurors wide latitude to adjust the program as they see fit to maintain its high quality,” said S. Claire Conroy, editorial director of residential architect and CUSTOM HOME, noting that awards were not given in every category. “If your name is among this year’s winners you shouldn’t feel lucky—you should feel proud. Fewer than 3 percent of our 978 entries are featured in our awards issue, making RADA the most competitive housing design program in the country.”

Full coverage of the winning projects appears in the May/June issue of residential architect and online at residentialarchitect.com.

2010 residential architect Design Award Winners:

PROJECT OF THE YEAR

Tea Houses, Silicon Valley, Calif.
Robert Swatt, FAIA
Swatt | Miers Architects
Emeryville, Calif.

CUSTOM HOME / 3,000 SQUARE FEET OR LESS

Grand Award
Mod Cott, Burnet, Texas
Mell Lawrence, FAIA
Mell Lawrence Architects
Austin, Texas

Grand Award
L-Stack House, Fayetteville, Ark.
Marlon Blackwell, FAIA
Marlon Blackwell Architect
Fayetteville

Merit Award
Coffou Cottage, Michigan City, Ind.
Brad Lynch
Brininstool + Lynch
Chicago

CUSTOM HOME / MORE THAN 3,000 SQUARE FEET

Grand Award
Yingst Retreat, Empire, Mich.
David Salmela, FAIA
SALMELA Architect
Duluth, Minn.

Merit Award
Montecito Residence, Santa Barbara, Calif.
Tom Kundig, FAIA
Olson Kundig Architects
Seattle

Merit Award
Claremont House, Chicago
Brad Lynch
Brininstool + Lynch
Chicago

Merit Award
LC Ranch, Three Forks, Mont.
David Lake, FAIA
Lake|Flato Architects
San Antonio

Merit Award
Black White Residence, Bethesda, Md.
David Jameson, FAIA
David Jameson Architect
Alexandria, Va.

RENOVATION

Merit Award
Pilates Studio and Carport, Dallas
Susan Appleton, AIA, LEED AP
Susan Appleton Architecture
Dallas

Merit Award
Addition to a Historic Cape on a Coastal Farm, Little Compton, R.I.
Peter Q. Bohlin, FAIA
Bohlin Cywinski Jackson
Wilkes-Barre, Pa.

Merit Award
Residence e2, Washington, D.C.
Robert M. Gurney, FAIA, and Claire L. Andreas, Assoc. AIA
Robert M. Gurney, FAIA
Washington, D.C.

Merit Award
Hollywood Hills Residence, Los Angeles
Margaret Griffin, AIA, and John Enright, AIA, LEED AP
Griffin Enright Architects
Los Angeles

RESTORATION / PRESERVATION

Grand Award
The Spreter Studio, Gladwyne, Pa.
Martin J. Rosenblum, AIA
Martin Jay Rosenblum, AIA & Associates
Philadelphia

Merit Award
Bubeshko Apartments, Los Angeles
Eric Haas, AIA
DSH
Los Angeles

MULTIFAMILY

Grand Award
OneEleven Mixed-Use Development, Baton Rouge, La.
Chris G. Remson, AIA, LEED AP
Remson|Haley|Herpin Architects
Baton Rouge

Grand Award
Formosa 1140, West Hollywood, Calif.
Lorcan O'Herlihy, FAIA
Lorcan O'Herlihy Architects
Culver City, Calif.

Merit Award
Hancock Mixed-Use, West Hollywood, Calif.
Hank Koning, FAIA, LEED AP, and Julie Eizenberg, AIA
Koning Eizenberg Architecture
Santa Monica, Calif.

SINGLE-FAMILY PRODUCTION / DETACHED

Merit Award
Elm, Hidden Creek, Neb.
Randy Brown, FAIA, LEED AP
Randy Brown Architects
Omaha, Neb.

AFFORDABLE

Merit Award
Step Up on Fifth, Santa Monica, Calif.
Lawrence Scarpa, FAIA, and Angela Brooks, AIA, LEED AP
Pugh + Scarpa Architects
Santa Monica

Merit Award
Lolomas, Clovis, N.M.
Dan Rockhill and David Sain, LEED AP
Rockhill and Associates
Lecompton, Kan.

ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN DETAIL

Merit Award
Salt Spring Island Cabin, Salt Spring, British Columbia
Tom Kundig, FAIA
Olson Kundig Architects
Seattle

Merit Award
Claremont House, Chicago
Brad Lynch
Brininstool + Lynch
Chicago

ON THE BOARDS

Merit Award
House 99, Houston
Gail Peter Borden, RA, AIA, and Brian Delford Andrews, RA
Borden Partnership and Atelier Andrews
Los Angeles and San Marino, Calif.

Merit Award
Porchscapes, Fayetteville, Ark.
Katie Breshears, AIA, LEED AP
University of Arkansas Community Design Center
Fayetteville

Merit Award
Community | City: Between Building and Landscape: Affordable, Sustainable Infill for Smoketown, Louisville, Ky.
Marilys R. Nepomechie, FAIA, and Marta Canavés, ASLA, IIDA
Marilys R. Nepomechie Architect
Coconut Grove, Fla.

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