By Carolyn Weber There were several exemplary residential projects among the 34 American Institute of Architects 2002 Honor Awards winners. Richard Meier and Partners' Rachofsky House in suburban Dallas combines a house and a gallery, creating a double image with multiple interpretations. The Dayton Residence in Minneapolis, designed by Vincent James Associates, features hard urban edges and soft landscape forms reinterpreting early modernism. Charles Rose Architects' New Barn at Straitsview Farm in San Juan Island, Wash., is an example of sculptural architecture using the timber-frame tradition of the region. The awards will be presented in May in Washington, D.C.