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2013 AIA Housing and AIA/HUD Secretary Award Winners

The Housing Knowledge Community of the American Institute of Architects (AIA) is proud to be a sponsor of the AIA Housing Awards program and the AIA/HUD Secretary Housing and Community Design Awards. The Housing Awards program, now in its 13th year, was established to recognize the best in housing design and promote the importance of good housing as a necessity of life, a sanctuary for the human spirit and a valuable national resource. The AIA/HUD Secretary’s Awards recognizes excellence in affordable housing architecture, neighborhood design, participatory design, and accessibility. The jury of architects, educators and writers recognized 6 projects for AIA Housing Awards and 3 projects for the AIA/HUD Secretary Awards from a very competitive pool of entries. This publication celebrates exemplary housing and community engaged design


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AIA Housing Awards and AIA/HUD Secretary's Awards Books

Books highlight winning projects for AIA Housing and AIA/HUD Secretary's Awards. #Books #housing #multifamilyhousing #customresidential #affordablehousing

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BY-RIGHT/BY-DESIGN: Los Angeles Housing Designed & Developed

In BY-RIGHT/BY-DESIGN, Liz Falletta of USC presents a qualitative analysis of significant Los Angeles multi-family housing design projects and their associated development types

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Focus Search - BY-RIGHT/BY-DESIGN: Los Angeles Housing Designed & Developed Questions + Answers from the December 3, 2012 Webinar Q: Is the one bedroom unit like Mackey apartment saleable as to compare with other housing types in real estate perspective?


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Sustainable High Density Affordable Housing: The New York Story

On this 02/16/2012 webinar, a panel will explore innovative approaches to sustainable, high density, affordable housing in New York City through case studies and will examine the AIA New York Chapter's advocacy for affordable urban housing through the New Housing New York (NHNY) Project

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Focus Search - Sustainable High Density Affordable Housing: The New York Housing Story Questions and Answers from the February 9, 2012 Webinar Q: You differentiate between low-income and supportive housing