A Small Look at the Architizer A+ Awards
Architizer is one of the web’s leading repositories for the latest in contemporary architectural design. And every year they hold their A+ Awards to salute the best of the best. Public voting for the awards opened the other day and we decided to peruse the two categories focusing specifically on small spaces: the sub 1000 sq ft residential and “Living Small” categories (the LifeEdited Apartment was the 2012 winner of the latter category).
We found a number of pretty cool entrants. We were particularly impressed by the 1.8 M House and the Courtyard Plugin House. The former, a super-slim dwelling in Japan wedged into the space that would otherwise be a large walkway, and the latter an elegant way of revitalizing historic, but crumbling architecture. There was also lots of bamboo. Go to Architizer to see all categories and place your votes.