2010 Residential Architect Design Awards

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No other RADA entry in recent memory has divided a judging panel as emphatically as did Villa Metamorphosis. More

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2010 Residential Architect Design Awards 2010 Residential Architect Design Awards

We saw fewer RADA entries this year, but this may have been one of our toughest juries yet as you'll see just six Grand awards among the 26 RADA winners. More

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Elm, Hidden Creek, Neb. Elm, Hidden Creek, Neb.

Randy Brown, FAIA, LEED AP, is opposed to the typical suburban production home, so he designed the Elm model of the Hidden Creek 12-unit project to fly in the face of convention. More

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House 99, Houston House 99, Houston

Architects Gail Peter Borden, RA, AIA, and Brian Delford Andrews, RA, covered all the bases—affordability, sustainability, and energy efficiencyÑin this prototype Houston house. More

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Hollywood Hills Residence, Los Angeles Hollywood Hills Residence, Los Angeles

Griffin Enright Architects choreographed a series of simple moves that brought space, light, and architectural interest to this ordinary California home. More

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Mod Cott, Burnet, Texas Mod Cott, Burnet, Texas

The jury loved the way this Texas guesthouse and weekend retreat juxtaposes rough-edged elements and polished precision. More

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Black White Residence, Bethesda, Md. Black White Residence, Bethesda, Md.

Our judges were impressed by how this house by David Jameson, FAIA, pays homage to classical modernism. More

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Community | City: Between Building and Landscape Community | City: Between Building and Landscape

Marilys R. Nepomechie's proposal for revitalizing Smoketown, a historic African-American neighborhood in Louisville, Ky., won wide praise from our judges. More

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Yingst Retreat, Empire, Mich. Yingst Retreat, Empire, Mich.

Surprising as it may seem, the requirements that gave rise to the Yingst Retreat were rather conventional: lots of light, room for guests, a view of the lake. More

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Residence e2, Washington, D.C. Residence e2, Washington, D.C.

The clients for this Washington, D.C., renovation have young children and a modern art collection—both of which tend to thrive in open floor plans. More

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