Megan Lane Patrick

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2007 Builder's Choice Winner: Lakeside Library

Lakeside Library is a multi-function accessory unit designed to complement a 100-year-old lakeside vacation house. The main house is a rambling, horizontal structure clad in red cedar shingles with dark green trim. Read more

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2007 Builder's Choice Winner: Mission Creek Community

This mixed-use project provides affordable housing for seniors in a new neighborhood adjacent to San Francisco's South of Market area. It is the first building in the country to allot a specific percentage of the residential units for seniors living with AIDS, says architect Tom Brutting. The vibrant building also houses a community center, retail space, a public library branch, and a day health center. This combination of spaces helps foster intergenerational interaction that has been shown to enhance seniors' lives. Read more

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2007 Builder's Choice Winner: Three-65 At Victoria Gardens

The problem facing the architect and developer of Three-65 at Victoria Gardens was how to tie this infill project (mixing flats and townhouses) into a neighborhood of single-family detached homes to the north and a recently opened regional mall to the south. Read more

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