2013 Residential Award Recipients



Honor Award for Residential Architecture
Healdsburg Residence, Healdsburg, CA
Architect: Nick Noyes Architecture
Photo courtesy of: Bruce Damonte

Located on Fitch Mountain with expansive views of the Alexander valley, this single family residence is composed of four iconic metal-roofed gabled wings that are connected by an open breezeway and transparent entry and passage zones fabricated from a steel window and door system.

Honor Award for Residential Architecture
Broadway Affordable Housing, Los Angeles, CA
Architect: Daly Genik
Photo courtesy of: Iwan Baan

Broadway Housing provides low-income families on the westside of Los Angeles with affordable housing that is environmentally and economically sustainable.

Honor Award for Residential Architecture
Moose Road Residence, Hopeland, CA
Architect: Mork Ulnes Architects
Photo courtesy of: Bruce Damonte

The challenge was to frame three opposing views while also preserving native oak trees. Three fingers extend precisely between existing trees to capture views and are supported on stilts to avoid severing tree roots.

Honor Award for Residential Architecture
Cloverdale 749, Los Angeles, CA
Architect: Lorcan O’Herlihy Architects
Photo courtesy of: Lawrence Anderson

Cloverdale 749 embodies a contemporary design resolution that balances urban growth with simultaneous concerns regarding density.

Merit Award for Residential Architecture
Occidental Private Residence, Occidental, CA
Architect: Dowling Studios
Photo courtesy of: Matthew Millman Photography

This 2,000 SF custom home is nestled in an 8-acre site surrounded by redwoods, meadows and vineyards. The house serves as a second residence and weekend retreat for a San Francisco-based family.

Merit Award for Residential Architecture
Floating Bungalow, Venice, CA
Architect: Bestor Architecture
Photo courtesy of: John Ellis

The floating bungalow, a house on the unique Venice walk streets, is a modernist contemplation on (and reinterpretation of) the working class bungalows that line those streets.

Merit Award for Residential Architecture
Bal House, Menlo Park, CA
Architect: Terry & Terry Architecture
Photo courtesy of: Bruce Damonte

Conceived for a retired couple, the open and accessible design integrates the living space with the rear garden to create a well-lit domestic extension.

Merit Award for Residential Architecture
Four Concrete Houses, Los Angeles, CA
Architect: XTEN Architecture
Renderings courtesy of: XTEN Architecture

This project is comprised of 4 small houses on 2 flat lots. The houses will be built in “shotcrete” and staggered in order to maximize outdoor garden spaces.

Merit Award for Residential Architecture
The Q, San Diego
Architect: Jonathan Segal Architecture
Photo courtesy of: Nic Lehoux

The Q loft rental building is a seven story mixed-use building located in the then blighted area of Little Italy in downtown San Diego. This building creates an anchor to draw development north and revitalizes this portion of downtown San Diego.

Merit Award for Residential Architecture
Out of the Box: A Modern Vineyard Home, Sonoma
Architect: Schwartz and Architecture
Photo courtesy of: Matthew Millman Photography

Beginning with a simple box-like plan—not unlike many recent prototypes for low cost, sustainable homes—a few subtle shifts in plan transform this single-family house from the typical into the site specific.

2013 RESIDENTIAL AWARDS JURY

bp_res13Gregory R. Mottola, AIA, AIBC
Principal
Bohlin Cywinski Jackson
gm_res113Brian Phillips, AIA, LEED AP
Founding Principal
ISA
schopf_res13Anne Schopf, FAIA
Design Partner
Mahlum