rada multifamily stories

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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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    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.

     
  • the titan, san diego, calif.

    Art and architecture intersect at the Titan, a 22-unit apartment building in San Diego. Jonathan Segal, FAIA, conceived the building's two-part facade after viewing the abstract planes of a Richard Diebenkorn painting.

     
  • the city of tomorrow, malmo, sweden

    A former brownfield polluted by a Saab factory is now the site of the most environmentally advanced apartment complex in this Swedish city, a ferry's ride from Copenhagen.

     
  • montage, palo alto, calif.

    This transformation from suburban parking lot to high-density housing for university students and young professionals was "extraordinarily well-done" said the judges. Architect Alex Seidel calls his architecture eclectic, with its mix of materials and imagery drawn from the area's agricultural...

     
  • park hill north condominiums, washington, d.c.

    The success of Ralph Cunningham and Lee Quill's first multifamily project has nothing to do with beginner's luck. "It was a true collaboration," says Quill. The architects not only produced an alluring design within 80-foot-wide-by-90-foot-tall constraints, but respect was thoughtfully paid to the...

     
  • norton towers-on-the-court, west hollywood, calif

    West Hollywood, Calif., has a legacy of courtyard housing, so the city encourages developers to build within the tradition. This project, however, is the first one to implement the standard on such a narrow lot--and to do it successfully.

     
  • north beach malt house, san francisco

    In a previous life, the North Beach Malt House was home to several family-owned brewing companies. Today, the renovated building is the anchor of a four-building condo project that blends both old and new aesthetics.

     
  • morris square, charleston, s.c.

    Allison Ramsey Architects re-energized an abandoned downtown Charleston, S.C., lot with 34 housing units that our judges lauded as “wonderfully contextual.”

     
 
 
 
 
 
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