05/06/19 USC Faculty Recognized in 2019 AIA|LA Residential Architecture Awards
Recipients of the 2019 AIA|LA Residential Architecture Awards were announced last week. Of the residential projects recognized, seven were designed by USC Architecture faculty members’ firms. Categories included Single-Family Residential, Adaptive Re-Use/Renovation/Historic Preservation, Retirement, Affordable Housing, Additions and Accessory Dwelling Units, and Multi-Unit Residential. Winners in each of the six categories were recognized with Honor, Merit or Citation awards, with “Honor” being the highest.
Adjunct professor Larry Scarpa’s firm Brooks + Scarpa won an Honor in the Single-Family Residential category for its Lipton Thayer Brick House in Chicago, Illinois. Also in the Single-Family Residential category, visiting critic Steven Ehrlich’s firm Ehrlich Yanai Rhee Chaney Architects won an Honor for its Spring Road residence in Ross, CA and a Citation award for its Spectral Bridge House in Venice, CA. Adjunct professor Patrick Tighe’s firm Patrick Tighe Architecture received Merit awards in both the Single-Family Residential and Multi-Unit Residential categories for its two Los Angeles residences Slither and 2510 Temple, respectively. Adjunct professor Lorcan O’Herlihy’s firm Lorcan O’Herlihy Architects won an Honor in the Affordable Housing category with MLK1101 Supportive Housing in Los Angeles, CA. Assistant professor Geoffrey von Oeyen’s firm Geoffrey von Oeyen Design/von Oeyen Architects received an Honor in the Additions and Accessory Dwelling Units category for the Case Room in Malibu, CA.
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