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The American Institute of Architects has selected its top 10 housing projects of the last year which include a rusting steel residence in rural Washington, a series of musicians’ cottages in Vermont and a student housing tower in Boston.
The AIA’s 2015 Housing Awards recognizes the most outstanding residential projects of the last year, from one-off properties to large-scale complexes and specialist housing, as chosen by a panel of architects and industry figures.
The 10 selected projects also include 27 affordable apartments above restaurants in San Diego, housing for formerly homeless families in San Francisco, and the first “LGBT‐friendly” senior housing project in the eastern United States.
See below the top 10:
Bridge House; Kent, Connecticut, by Joeb Moore & Partners
Marlboro Music: Five Cottages; Marlboro, Vermont, by HGA Architects and Engineers
Old Briar; Lauderdale County, Tennessee, by University of Tennessee students
Studhorse; Winthrop, Washington, by Olson Kundig Architects
Bayview Hill Gardens; San Francisco, by David Baker Architects
Broadway Affordable Housing; Santa Monica, by Kevin Daly Architects
The North Parker; San Diego, by Jonathan Segal
160 Massachusetts Avenue Tower, Berklee College of Music; Boston, by William Rawn Associates
John C Anderson Apartments; Philadelphia, by WRT
La Casa Permanent Supportive Housing; Washington DC, by Studio Twenty Seven Architecture/Leo A Daly