2010 RADA

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    Formosa 1140, West Hollywood, Calif.

    With this West Hollywood, Calif., multifamily project, Lorcan O'Herlihy, FAIA, turns the concept of courtyard housing on its head—or, rather, on its side.

     
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    Hancock Mixed-Use, West Hollywood, Calif.

    This West Hollywood, Calif., project combines an impressive mix of uses in less than an acre.

     
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    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.

     
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    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.

     
  • David Lake, FAIA likens the kitchen to a mess hall: "Several people can be in there cooking."

    LC Ranch, Three Forks, Mont.

    Lake|Flato Architects kept two regional precedents in mind when designing this Montana getaway.

     
  • The interiors enjoy ample daylight. The concrete floors provde thermal mass.

    Lolomas, Clovis, N.M.

    Dan Rockhill's portfolio contains historic restoration projects, public art pieces, high-design custom homes, and not much affordable housing.

     
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    L-Stack House, Fayetteville, Ark.

    Before purchasing this compact suburban lot, Marlon Blackwell, FAIA, and his family observed it for a year and a half from a rental next door.

     
  • Big glass doors and an overhang of solar panels make up the guesthouse's front elevation.

    Mod Cott, Burnet, Texas

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

     
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    Montecito Residence, Santa Barbara, Calif.

    Subdued and stunning are two adjectives not often uttered in the same sentence, but that's how the judges described this project.

     
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    One Eleven Mixed-Use Development, Baton Rouge, La.

    Our judges roundly praised this mixed-use building as a truly urban insertion and a shining precedent for a downtown undergoing a renaissance.

     
 
 
 
 
 
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