Project of the Year
2014 Builder's Choice Award Winners - Grand
Glass screens generate two light-filled courtyards for public gathering and private refelction.
The jury praised how this project encourages interaction and offers "a rich mix of elements that make the urban lifestyle self-contained."
A split duplex turns a small, typical 25x100 lot into a rewarding develop/design/build project.
This 1960s modern building, originally served as a blood bank, proved an inspired subject for conversion to loft apartments.
The jurors said this desert demonstration home represents the epitome of seamless indoor/outdoor living.
Located in a redeveloping urban area, this project combines commercial uses at street level with 250 affordable rental units above.
This boyhood home of a famed blues musician is now an educational facility, recording studio, and community hangout.
This 2- to 3-bedroom house targets a growing segment of new-home buyers whose sensibilities are more urban than those of their parents.
This 1940s affordable housing project was updated and expanded from the original 30 duplex units to 56.
- 38 Dolores, San Francisco
- 77H, Washington, D.C.
- Ambassador, Pasadena, Calif.
- Ambassador Housing, Emeryville, Calif.
- Arterra, San Francisco
- Audubon Hollow, Houston
- Heritage Senior Residences at Columbia Parc, Baton Rouge, La.
- Mare Island Breezehouse, Mare Island, Vallejo, Calif.
- Stella Mixed-Use, Marina Del Rey, Calif.
- Principal Riverwalk Hub Spot, Des Moines, Iowa
- Moderno, Cape Coral, Fla.
- The Edge, Allston, Mass.
- vali homes infill prototype house, Phoenix
- Woodley Wardman Condominiums, Washington, D.C.