2000 Residential Architect Design Awards

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Marek House, Chaska, Minn.

On their 11 acres of agrarian land, these clients wanted to build "something simple and with good proportions." More

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Weiner Residence, Washington, D.C.

The program for this Washington, D.C., remodel was out of the ordinary, so architect Mark McInturff came up with a fittingly unusual solution. More

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Ranch Shelter, Tom Green County, Texas

The simplest things are sometimes the most powerful. More

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Villa Flores, Los Angeles Villa Flores, Los Angeles

Villa Flores isn't just a multiple-award-winning affordable senior housing community. It's also the prototype for a group of projects to be built on the same church-owned block in downtown Los Angeles. More

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Urban residence, Baltimore

Old and new coexist happily in countless renovations, but rarely are they juxtaposed so ingeniously as on this home in urban Baltimore. More

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Sharon's California House II, Manhattan Beach, Calif. Sharon's California House II, Manhattan Beach, Calif.

When architect Gerald Horn saw the views of the Pacific from his clients' new property in Manhattan Beach, Calif., he knew just what to do: Turn their world upside down. More

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Picard/Samsel Residence, Dewees Island, S.C. Picard/Samsel Residence, Dewees Island, S.C.

Designing a residence for tiny Dewees Island, near Charleston, S.C., has presented architect Whitney Powers with a host of challenges. More

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South Side Housing, Pittsburgh

For designing urban expansion that enhances the community, South Side Housing takes top honors. More

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Urban residence, Lawrence, Kan. Urban residence, Lawrence, Kan.

Looks like a bunch of friends got together and put something really unique together, the judges said. "It's a slam dunk." More

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Mansion Condominiums at Playa Vista, Los Angeles Mansion Condominiums at Playa Vista, Los Angeles

The judges applauded the romantic contextuality of the Mansion Condominiums at Playa Vista. "It is L.A.," said one. More

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