Today, The American Institute of Architects has revealed the winners of its 2023 Housing Awards, honoring 10 projects emblematic of "the best in housing design for new construction, renovations and restorations," according to an AIA press release. This year's class of winners was selected from a pool of submissions spread across eight categories: one- and two-family custom residences; one- and two-family production homes; multifamily housing; specialized housing; excellence in affordable housing; mixed-use community connection; community-engaged design; and universal dwelling design.
The jury for AIA's 2023 Housing Awards, which are now in their 23rd year, comprised chair Catherine Baker, FAIA, Nowhere Collaborative, Chicago; John DeForest, AIA, DeForest Architects, Seattle; Brian Lane, FAIA, Koning Eizenberg, Santa Monica, Calif.; Amit Price Patel, AIA, DIALOG, Vancouver, British Columbia; Michael D. Robinson, AIA, Robi4 Architecture & Planning, San Diego.
Meet the 2023 Winners
One- and Two-Family Custom Residences
Alta Vista Residence in Austin, Texas, designed by Alterstudio Architecture
The Rambler in Indianola, Wash., designed by GO’C
Flex House in Sacramento, Calif., designed by Johnsen Schmaling Architects
Woodward Lofts in St. Louis, designed by Trivers
Canyon Drive in Los Angeles, designed by Lorcan O’Herlihy Architects
Argyle Gardens in Portland, Ore., designed by Holst Architecture
Excellence in Affordable Housing
Sister Lillian Murphy Community in San Francisco, designed by Paulett Taggart Architects with Studio VARA
Gramercy Senior Housing in Los Angeles, designed by Kevin Daly Architects
MLK1101 Supportive Housing, in Los Angeles designed by Lorcan O'Herlihy Architects
Mixed-Use Community Connection
The Block in Philadelphia, designed by ISA - Interface Studio Architects
See more winners of the 2023 AIA Honor Awards here.