Our six-member jury selected 36 winners from a pool of more than 800 entries.
An urban infill multifamily building takes our 2012 title of Project of the Year.
This vertical-minded Milwaukee getaway challenges the notions of what a cabin is.
An urban infill house makes the most of a tight site.
A naturally cooled house coexists peacefully with its desert site.
A glass-and-steel house interacts magically with light.
This Montauk beach house is a lens through which to study the landscape.
Quintessentially California, this cantilevered glass box is designed for...
A sensitive renovation interweaves the original house and its new additions.
Two unobtrusive interior renovations update a home’s exterior.
A Northern California remodel maximizes both sight lines and views.
This sensitive restoration revitalizes a defunct warehouse.
This renovation was guided by the question: What would Schindler do?
A historic plantation house is simplified and restored.
The Chelsea Modern speaks to the neighborhood’s physical and cultural transition.
This condo building honors the community’s turbulent past while embracing its bright future.
Lake|Flato Architects creates a modular house that relates to its site.
A Tennessee student-built project that's both affordable and elegant.
Solar energy and geothermal help make these small homes energy efficient.
David Baker + Partners brings transparency and light to a low-income project.
El dorado applies a creative approach to a pair of affordable duplexes.
A LEED-Gold affordable housing community suits its hot, dry environment.
The new campus housing references the past but its modern design looks forward.
This small studio apartment in New York lives large thanks to built-in storage.
Office of Architecture and Push bring light to a New York loft.
An old fried chicken restaurant becomes a new light-filled architecture studio and workshop.
A low-budget public building in Des Moines lives up to its high-profile site.
A humble backyard garage grows into a flexible, multipurpose accessory structure.
Radically simplified forms and a tightly focused program yield a pure architectural experience.
A new kitchen in a restored 1959 house by Richard Neutra expands on the theme of the original building.
Low profile cabinetry and walls devoted to glass open this kitchen to the outdoors.
A composition of floating elements, this master bath delivers an integrated experience.
A glass-walled master bath drops a column of daylight into a two-story penthouse apartment.
Motor-driven awning shutters provide elegant protection for an island home.
A red-lacquer stair-cum-storage cabinet draws inspiration from Asian traditions.
A door within a door swings for everyday access and pivots for wide-open flow.
Our judges were impressed with the thoughtful design behind this affordable pocket community.
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