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AIA|LA Announces 2016 Residential Architecture Award Winners!

May 27, 2016 (Los Angeles, CA) - The AIA|Los Angeles (AIA|LA) is honored to announce the fourteen recipients of the chapter’s inaugural Residential Architecture Awards. The program celebrates excellence in contemporary residential design at all scales and variations.


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Entries were reviewed, and winners selected, by a prestigious, San Francisco-based jury composed of: David Baker, FAIA, LEED AP, Principal David Baker Architects; Craig Steely, AIA, Principal, Craig Steely Architecture; and Amanda Dameron, Editor in Chief, Dwell magazine.

The Awards, presented at an elegant cocktail party in Los Angeles last night, were issued by category: Low Income Housing, Restorations/Renovations, Multi-Family Residential, and Single-Family Residential.

LOW-INCOME HOUSING

Star Apartments
Los Angeles, CA
Michael Maltzan Architecture
photo: Iwan Baan

RENOVATIONS | RESTORATIONS

Olan G. and Aida T. Hafley House
Long Beach, CA
Kelly Sutherlin McLeod Architecture, Inc.
photo: John Ellis Photographer

John Entenza House Restoration/Renovation
Los Angeles, CA
Michael W. Folonis Architects
photo: Undine Pröhl Photography

Shulman Home and Studio
Los Angeles, CA
Lorcan O’Herlihy Architects
photo: Iwan Baan

Morgan Phoa Library and Residence
Los Angeles, CA
Studio Pali Fekete architects [SPF:a]
Roland Halbe, John Linden

MULTI-FAMILY RESIDENTIAL

Multi-Family Residential (up to 20 units)
Tattuplex
Los Angeles, CA
Marbletecture
photo: Taiyo Watanabe

Multi-Family Residential (up to 50 units)
SL11024
Los Angeles, CA
Lorcan O’Herlihy Architects
photo: Iwan Baan

Multi-Family Residential (50 units and up)
One Santa Fe
Los Angeles, CA.
Michael Maltzan Architecture
photo: Iwan Baan

SINGLE-FAMILY RESIDENTIAL

Single-Family Residential (up to 2,500 square feet)
Affordable Infill in the Inner City
Los Angeles, CA
Lehrer Architects LA
photo: Fotoworks - Benny Chan

Single-Family Residential (up to 2,500 square feet)
Nowita Residence
Venice, CA
Rios Clementi Hale Studios
photo: Undine Pröhl Photography

Single-Family Residential (up to 5,000 square feet)
See-Through House
Santa Monica, CA
Koning Eizenberg Architecture, Inc.
Eric Staudenmaier Photography

Single-Family Residential (up to 5,000 square feet)
Blodgett-Calvin Residence
San Marino, CA
Fung + Blatt Architects

Single-Family Residential (up to 5,000 square feet)
Double Stick Residence
Beverly Hills, CA
Studio Pali Fekete architects [SPF:a]
photo: Roland Halbe

Single-Family Residential (5,000 square feet and up)

Tree Top Residence
Los Angeles, CA
Belzberg Architects
photo: Bruce Damonte, Art Gray

About the Residential Architecture Awards
Southern California has always been a dynamic global incubator for dazzling residential architecture. The AIA|LA Residential Architecture Awards (RAA) were founded, in part, to highlight the area’s contemporary contributions to the typology. Celebrating a multiplicity of approaches, the RAAs recognize both simply beautiful design and projects that offer the innovative or edgy as they address new urban and environmental conditions. Submissions were encouraged in the full gamut of scales from single-family residences of under 2,500 square feet to multi-family residential of more than 50 units.

About the 2016 Awards Ceremony
Winners received their awards at an elegant reception and cocktail party on Thursday, May 26 at a private home in the Hollywood Hills. The evening was graciously hosted by the celebrated design publication Interiors magazine and prestigious real estate firm The Agency.

AIA|LA Los Angeles President Debra Gerod, FAIA, Partner, Gruen Associates; Editor in Chief of Interiors, Erika Heet; and Founder and Partner of The Agency Blair Chang, each announced award recipients.

 

For print quality images and/or further information, contact: Tibby Rothman at the AIA|Los Angeles.

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