The American Institute of Architects (AIA) recently announced the winners of the 2009 Housing Awards, the winners of the 2008-2009 IDP Outstanding Firm and IDP Firm Awards, and the call for submissions to the Diversity Recognition Program.

2009 housing awards winners

Seventeen projects in four categories were selected for this year's awards program, which recognizes the best in housing design. The 2009 awards jury included jury chair Kenneth H. Workman, AIA, LEED AP, RWA Architects; Rainy Hamilton Jr., AIA, Hamilton Anderson Associates; Jane Kolleeny, Architectural Record and GreenSource magazines; and Jeff Oberdorfer, FAIA, First Community Housing Corp.

The 2009 Housing Award winners are:

One-/Two-Family Custom Housing

  • Chuckanut Drive Residence, Bellingham, Wash., by The Miller|Hull Partnership, Seattle (also a 2009 residential architect Design Awards Merit Award winner for architectural interiors)

  • House on Hooper's Island, Church Creek, Md., by David Jameson Architect, Alexandria, Va. (also a 2009 residential architect Design Awards Merit Award winner in the Custom Home / Less Than 3,500 Square Feet category)

  • Laidley Street Residence, San Francisco, by Zack / de Vito Architecture, San Francisco (also a 2009 residential architect Design Awards Merit Award winner for architectural design detail and a 2009 CUSTOM HOME Design Awards Grand Award winner in the Custom Home / 3,000 – 5,000 Square Feet category)

  • Cinco Camp, Brewster County, Texas, by Rhotenberry Wellen Architects, Midland, Texas (also a 2009 residential architect Design Awards Grand Award winner in the Custom Home / Less Than 3,500 Square Feet category)

  • Montecito Residence, Montecito, Calif., by Olson Sundberg Kundig Allen Architects, Seattle

    Outpost, Bellevue, Idaho, by Olson Sundberg Kundig Allen Architects, Seattle (also a 2009 residential architect Design Awards Grand Award winner in the Custom Home / More Than 3,500 Square Feet category)

  • Glade House, Lake Forest, Ill., by Frederick Phillips and Associates, Chicago.

  • Low-Country Residence, Mount Pleasant, S.C., by Frank Harmon Architect, Raleigh, N.C. (also a 2009 CUSTOM HOME Design Awards Merit Award winner in the Custom Home / Less Than 3,000 Square Feet category)

  • 700 Palms Residence, Venice, Calif., by Ehrlich Architects, Culver City, Calif.

  • House at Sagaponac, Wainscott, N.Y., by Tsao & McKown Architects, New York City

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