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McCamant & Durrett win architecture award

Special to The Union

Silver Sage Village Senior Cohousing of Boulder, Colo., was recognized with an Award of Merit for affordable senior living by the American Institute of Architects.

The project was designed by McCamant & Durrett Architects of Nevada City and Berkeley, for Boulder’s Wonderland Hill Development Company and associated architecture firm, Bryan Bowen Architects.

Silver Sage is an urban neighborhood in a mountain setting designed for aging in a community. It will be featured in AIA’s Design for Aging Review.

The competition honors senior housing projects that demonstrate innovative solutions, improving seniors’ quality of life, while still remaining affordable and sustainable. Besides being published in the book Design for Aging Review, award-winning projects will be featured from 2009 through 2011 in traveling exhibitions and educational programs showcasing conscientious architecture for senior living.

Silver Sage Village Senior Cohousing is a 16-unit cohousing community on 0.83 acres, completed in 2007. Six of the units are permanently affordable in accordance with city affordability standards.

Learn more about McCamant & Durrett Architects at Cohousingco.com or (530) 265-9980.


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