2010 Exceptional Residential: Bay Area Regional Design Awards

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Exceptional Residential 2010

Exceptional Residential: Bay Area Regional Design Awards is a unique design awards program that recognizes the best in Bay Area housing design. ExRes 2010 emphasizes the impact excellent design has on everyday living.


Click here to view the Exceptional Residential 2010: Bay Area Regional Design Awards Call for Entries.

Jury
Winning Projects

Eligibility

Sponsors

2010 ExRes Press Release

 

Sponsors

The AIA East Bay gratefully acknowledges the support of the following sponsors of the

2010 Exceptional Residential: Bay Area Regional Design Awards:

Sponsors

Aerotek

ArchVista

Bluebeam

Bodyguard

Dealey, Renton & Associates

Degenkolb

IOA Insurance Services
Kelly-Moore Paints

McGraw-Hill Construction

 

Winning Projects

 

Citations

 

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Oxford Plaza , Berkeley
Architect: Solomon ETC , San Francisco

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P.A.A.V./Whitworth Residence, San Anselmo
Designers: Student Design-Build Team, Graduate School of Architecture, Academy of Art

 

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Residence in the Berkeley Hills
Architect: GHA Design

 


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Taube Koret Campus for Jewish Life, San Jose
Architect: Steinberg Architects

 

 

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Blue Pickle Loft, Oakland
Architect: Paul Welschmeyer Architect

 

Merit Awards

 

 

Maher Residence, Livermore
Architect: Mikiten Architecture

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Park Street Residence, San Francisco
Architect: Studio Sarah Wilmer

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House for Two Artists, Annapolis
Architect: Marcy Wong Donn Logan Architects

 

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Sonoma Retreat
Architect: Aidlin Darling Design

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House for Miller Creek Ranch, Geyserville
Architect: Nielsen:Schuh Architects

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Laidley Street Residence, San Francisco
Architect: Zack deVito Architecture

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Vai Avenue Case Study, Cupertino
Architect: Leddy Maytum Stacy Architects

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Shinsei Gardens Apartments, Alameda
Architect: Mikiten Architecture

 

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Orinda Residence
Architect: Nick Noyes Architecture

 

Honor Awards


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McDonnel Residence, Sebastapol
Architect: Leddy Maytum Stacy Architects


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Atherton Residence
Architect: Turnbull Griffin Haesloop


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Casa Feliz, San Jose
Architect: Rob Wellington Quigley, FAIA

 

2010 Exceptional Residential Jury:

  Tim Culvahouse, FAIA, Berkeley

Tim Culvahouse, FAIA, is an architect specializing in the public communication of design ideas through his firm, Culvahouse Consulting, www.culvahouse.net. He is entering his second decade as editor of arcCA (Architecture California), the quarterly journal of the AIA California Council, and this summer he will wrap up his tenure as chair of the non-profit Public Architecture.

He is the editor, as well, of The Tennessee Valley Authority: Design & Persuasion, published in 2007 by Princeton Architectural Press. His articles have appeared in a wide range of journals, including 306090, ANY, Art Papers, Design Book Review, Harvard Design Magazine, Modulus, Perspecta, Residential Architect, and World Architecture.

A former Head of the Department of Architecture at the Rhode Island School of Design and former Associate Dean for Design & Architectural Studies at California College of the Arts, he has served as the Favrot Distinguished Chair in Design at Tulane School of Architecture, Masters Studio Visiting Critic at Carleton University in Ottawa, and Friedman Visiting Professor at UC Berkeley. He earned his Master of Architecture from the Tulane School of Architecture and a Master of Environmental Design from Yale University.

  Michelle Kaufmann, AIA, Oakland

 

Michelle Kaufmann, AIA is an architect, designer and advocate for smarter ways to design, build and live. Her mission with all of her work is to make thoughtful, sustainable design accessible. She founded Michelle Kaufmann designs - a design/build company - that led the movement of prefabricated green homes and specializes in sustainable design including single family homes, eco-luxury resorts and multi-family communities. Michelle has won numerous awards for her works including 2008 Top Firm Awards by Residential Architects and being named 2009 Green Advocate of the Year by the National Association of Home Builders.

  David Arkin, AIA, Berkeley

David Arkin, AIA has taught and lectured on ecological design for over twelve years. He is a board member of the Solar Living Institute ( SLI ) and a founding member of the California Straw Building Association (CASBA). Specializing in passive solar design, Arkin Tilt Architects has worked extensively with green construction systems such as straw-bale and rammed earth, renewable energy systems, and salvaged and recycled materials.

Winners of numerous awards for their architecture, David and his wife and partner Anni Tilt live with their two children in a 100-year old solar and wind-powered home in Albany California where he currently serves as a planning and zoning commissioner.

 

Eligibility

Residential projects located in Alameda , Contra Costa, Marin, Napa , San Francisco , San Mateo , Santa Clara , Solano, Sonoma Counties .

 

Sponsors

The AIA East Bay gratefully acknowledges the support of the following sponsors of the 2010 Exceptional Residential: Bay Area Regional Design Awards:

Aerotek

ArchVista

Bluebeam

Bodyguard

Dealey, Renton & Associates

Degenkolb

Ford Graphics

IOA Insurance Services

Kelly-Moore Paints

McGraw-Hill Construction

 
 

 

 


 

Last Updated: June 10, 2011