Entries tagged as 'award'
On their blog, LionForce Building Systems recently announced their receipt of a 2009 Green Building Award from the city of San Antonio, TX. Their T-2 ecoLiving prototype won Best Green Custom Home under 2,200 sf.
We found some model information in a Social Media Release dated June 25, 2009:
Pictures of the ecoLiving T-2 home can be found on the company's flickr page.
Hat tip: Jetson Green on June 25, 2009.
Interesting to note:
Hat tip: Building Systems on March 27, 2009.
While researching a post last week, we noticed that we overlooked last year's AIA awards. Here's the American Institute of Architects press release announcing the 19 recipients of their 2008 Housing Awards.
Of particular interest to Prefabcosm readers:
From the architect's website:
Macallen Building Condominiums by Burt Hill, Inc.
The Wall Street Journal recently looked at 10 winners of residential design awards from the American Institute of Architects. 2 of them fit our "prefab and modular" focus.
From their slideshow:
Cinco Camp (pictured above) by Rhotenberry Wellen Architects:
Laidley Street Residence by Zack/de Vito Architecture:
Read the article for more information, and see the slideshow for 10 of the 17 winners.
Title: Winning Homes
Subtitle: An eco-friendly house and a series of rusted Texas 'trailers' get AIA awards
Author: Christina S.N. Lewis
Publication: The Wall Street Journal
Section: Real Estate (W8)
Length: 812 words
Date: April 17, 2009
Hat tip: Arch Daily on April 20, 2009.
Neither source links to the original AIA press release that lists all 17 winners in 4 categories: One/Two Family Custom Housing, One/Two Family Production Housing, Multifamily Housing, Special Housing.
KieranTimberlake ... is admired for its sustainable and research-based approach to design that has helped reinvent the nature of componentized construction....
Here's an Amazon link to the book.