The American Institute of Architects (AIA) announced the recipients of its 2007 Housing Committee Awards today. These honors recognize the best housing design in four categories: One/Two Family Custom Housing, One/Two Family Production Housing, Special Housing, and Multifamily Housing. A list of winners follows below.

The award recipients were selected from a record 236 submissions. The winners will be recognized this May at the AIA’s 2007 National Convention and Design Exposition, in San Antonio. This year’s jury included Katherine Austin, AIA; Don Carter, FAIA; Jane Kolleeny, a senior editor of RECORD; Lisa Stacholy, AIA; and LaVerne Williams, AIA.

One/Two Family Custom Housing:

  • House at the Shawangunks, New Paltz, N.Y., by Bohlin Cywinski Jackson’s Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania office
  • 1532 House, San Francisco, by Fougeron Architecture, of San Francisco
  • Loblolly House, Taylors Island, Maryland, by Kieran-Timberlake Associates, of Philadelphia
  • Tye River Cabin, Skykomish, Washington, by Olson Sundberg Kundig Allen Architects, of Seattle
  • Delta Shelter, Mazama, Washington, by Olson Sundberg Kundig Allen Architects, of Seattle
  • A Ranch House in the San Juan Mountains, Telluride, Colorado, by Michael Shepherd Architect AIA, of Telluride, Colorado

One/Two Family Production Housing:

  • Danielson Grove, Kirkland, Washington, by Ross Chapin Architects, Langley, Washington
  • The 505, Houston, by Collaborative Designworks, Houston

Special Housing:

  • The DESIGNhabitat 2 House, Greensboro, Alabama, by the DESIGNhabitat 2 Studio School of Architecture, Auburn University, David W. Hinson, AIA
  • The Plaza Apartments, San Francisco, by Leddy Maytum Stacy Architects and Paulett Taggart Architects, of San Francisco
  • Patrolia Loft, Boston, by Ruhl Walker Architects, of Boston
  • Shirley Bridge Bungalows, Seattle, by Ron Wright and Associates / Architects, of Seattle
  • People Assisting the Homeless (P.A.T.H), Los Angeles, by Jeffrey M. Kalban & Associates Architecture, of Los Angeles

Multifamily Housing:

  • High Point, Seattle, by Mithun, of Seattle
  • 1247 Wisconsin, Washington, D.C., by McInturff Architects, of Bethesda, Maryland
  • 156 West Superior Condominiums, Chicago, by The Miller/Hull Partnership, of Seattle
  • The Union, San Diego, by Jonathan Segal, FAIA, of San Diego
  • Bridgeton Hope VI, Bridgeton, N.J., by Torti Gallas and Partners, of Silver Spring, Maryland
  • Salishan Neighborhood Revitalization, Tacoma, by Torti Gallas & Partners, of Silver Spring, Maryland