Winners announced in Low-Rise: Housing Ideas for Los Angeles design challenge

The results are in: Launched last November, the Low-Rise: Housing Ideas for Los Angeles design challenge, a free-to-enter ideas competition organized by the Office of Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti and Chief Design Officer for the City of Los Angeles, Christopher Hawthorne, now has a roster of winning concepts. As previously detailed, the challenge invited architects and landscape architects to envision progressive models of low-rise, multifamily housing in America’s second-most populous city with an emphasis on affordability, sustainability, and “confronting historical patterns of racial and environmental injustice in housing policy in Southern California.”

The first-, second-, and third-place winners stretch across four unique and mostly self-explanatory categories as outlined

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