All RADA

  • Manhattan Micro Loft, New York

    Specht Harpman's thoughtful design lets a 320-square-foot loft live large.

     
  • 2013 RADA / Project of the Year: Bud Clark Commons, Portland, Ore. / Holst Architecture

    Project of the Year: Bud Clark Commons, Portland, Ore.

    RA's Project of the Year combines studio housing for formerly homeless residents, a day center, and a 90-bed shelter.

     
  • 2013 RADA / Architectural Design Detail / Merit Award: 235 Van Buren, Chicago / Perkins

    235 Van Buren, Chicago

    Perkins+Will's sculptural façade for a Chicago high-rise.

     
  • 2013 RADA / Custom / More Than 3,000 Square Feet / Grand Award: Studio Sitges, Sitges, Spain / Olson Kundig Architects

    Studio Sitges, Sitges, Spain

    The RADA judges were unanimous in their regard for this live/work residence on Spain’s Mediterranean coast, which they called both “muscular” and “poetic.”

     
  • 2013 RADA / Multifamily / Grand: 1221 Broadway, San Antonio / Lake|Flato Architects and OCO Architects (Architect of Record)

    1221 Broadway, San Antonio

    Lake|Flato’s task was to find the best use for 19 concrete superstructures spanning three city blocks that were built 15 years ago and then abandoned.

     
  • 2013 RADA / Custom Home/3,000 Square Feet or Less / Grand Award: Barrio Historico House, Tucson, Ariz. / HK Associates

    Barrio Historico House, Tucson, Ariz.

    HK Associates puts a contemporary spin on a traditional desert building type.

     
  • FP3, Boston

    With this 99-unit adaptive reuse project, David Hacin, FAIA, set out to announce the rebirth of an entire neighborhood.

     
  • 2013 RADA / Custom / More Than 3,000 Square Feet / Merit Award: Kicking Horse Residence, Golden, British Columbia / Bohlin Cywinski Jackson

    Kicking Horse Residence, Golden, B.C.

    Kicking Horse Residence is a purpose-built base for alpine adventures that balances rugged practicality with casual elegance.

     
  • 2013 RADA / Custom Home/3,000 Square Feet or Less / Merit Award: Skyline Residence, Bend, Ore. / Bohlin Cywinski Jackson

    Skyline Residence, Bend, Ore.

    Skyline Residence was designed as a guest house, but its first job was to provide a temporary living space on the owners’ remote property while their main house was under construction. The arrangement has had multiple benefits, says architect Robert Miller, FAIA, “because the owners are learning...

     
  • 2013 RADA / Renovation / Merit Award: Bedford Residence, Bedford Corners, N.Y. / Joel Sanders Architect

    Bedford Residence, Bedford Corners, N.Y.

    “Architects often think of buildings as an independent sculptural object that sits in landscape,” says Joel Sanders, AIA. “Our intention was to have the house recede, and what would catch your eye is this white lining that begins inside and goes down the hill.”