There were two residential award winners in the 2012 Brick in Architecture competition. The North Carolina State University chancellorâ€™s residence won Best in Class, Residential. The Best in Class, Multi-Family Residential winner was the Bud Clark Commons in Portland, Ore. Read more about the winners. N.C. State University photos courtesy of dustin peck photography, inc., and Bud Clark Commons photos courtesy of Christian Columbres Photography.
The exterior of the North Carolina State University chancellor's residence in Raleigh, N.C. The architect was North Carolina State University, the landscape architect ws the office of the university architect, the associate architect was Weinstein Friedlein Architects. The builder was Rufty Homes and the brick manufacturer was Triangle Brick Co. The mason contractor was Capitol City Masonry.
Exterior view of chancellor's residence at N.C. State University.
Side view of exterior of home.
Closer view of some of the features of the brick and masonry.
Outdoor living space.
Second-floor patio of chancellor's residence.
Outdoor living area of chancellor's residence.
Bud Clark Commons in Portland, Ore. won the Multi-Family, Residential award. The architect was Holst Architecture. The mason contractor was J&S Masonry. The general contractor was Walsh Construction. The client was Home Forward.
Exterior view of alternate side of Bud Clark Commons.
Interesting details on building of Bud Clark Commons.