The Southern California Chapter of the Institute of Classical Architecture and Classical America (ICA & CA-SCC)
and Habitat for Humanity of Greater L.A. (HFH GLA)
are proud to share with you the winning designs of our first ever Affordable Housing Design Competition.
The Winning Designs were announced a little over a week ago at the oh, so stylish Waterworks
in West Hollywood. All of the designs proved that affordable housing can be stylish, sustainable and easily built by volunteers.
Designs included entries from architects, interior designers, landscape architects and more. Everything from craftsman to contemporary was represented. A guide book of the winning designs is being made for all Habitat for Humanity affiliates in Southern California to use in future construction.
And the winners are (insert drum roll here).......
Spanish Colonial & Best Overall Design Winner Cindy Grant Architecture, Inc. with Tierra Sol y Mar, Inc. and Brooke Gardner Interior Design
Craftsman William Hefner Architecture, Interiors and Landscape
Mid-Century Modern KAA Design Group, Inc. with Kaplan Gehring McCarroll Architectural Lighting
Contemporary William Hefner Architecture, Interiors and Landscape
English Colonial Revival Michael G Imber, Architects
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