Multifamily Housing Academy
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  2 AIA LU/HSW; 6 AIA LU/Elective

As cities grow, the demand and desire for multifamily housing has become an integral segment of a healthy housing market, one in which innovative design and engineering are needed to find ways to meet the many and varied project goals. The Multifamily Housing Academy puts the spotlight on architects and designers of multifamily housing who are creating spaces that are affordable and inclusive while also addressing sustainability, resiliency, and aesthetics.

Earn 8 AIA LU (2 AIA LU/HSW + 6 AIA LU/Elective).

Academy Courses
Yes, We Can! Multifamily Housing Meets Sustainability
LEED certification, Passive House certification, attacking homelessness—these projects show you ho...
Let’s Get Creative: Art, Aesthetics, and Multifamily Housing
Setting the tone for a new age of multifamily housing

Academy Resources

Editorial Resources

City Mayors reports on and discusses urban development issues in developed and developing countries

Descriptions of housing designed by different architects in different historic periods, countries, and cities. Projects range in scale from single buildings to examples of large social housing projects containing thousands of dwellings.

Design strategies that can enhance any housing, whether affordable or market rate.

David Baker and Amit Price Patel

US Department of Housing and Urban Development’s annual Housing and Community Design Awards summaries.  Years 2000 – 2016.

Focuses on how design and policy affect the form, funding, and lived experience of housing

Susanne Schindler

This short document has a very simple aim. It draws together key research from the UK and abroad to show that investment in good design generates economic and social value.

A review of projects at the local architecture department. One half of the projects dealt with a dis-invested community in Baltimore with most of the design task involving housing. The other half of the projects were part of a design competition in a community in Los Angeles around a museum and a community center.

Klaus Philipsen, FAIA
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