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See The Innovative Projects That Earned AIA's 2015 Housing Awards

The <strong>Broadway Affordable Housing Project</strong> in Santa Monica, California, repurposed a vacant nursing home and created a dense yet light-filled complex where every unit faces the central courtyard and has access to natural light. Photo c
The Broadway Affordable Housing Project in Santa Monica, California, repurposed a vacant nursing home and created a dense yet light-filled complex where every unit faces the central courtyard and has access to natural light. Photo c

The importance of housing to shape our environment, routine and outlook can't be overstated. To celebrate the central role innovative design plays in residential building, the American Institute of Architects released its 2015 Housing Awards winners this morning, focused on custom-built and remodeled homes, multifamily residences and special housing projects (no production homes were selected this year). The slate of winners showcases an array of styles, creative reuses of vacant buildings and designs in sync with both the urban and rural landscapes.


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