Winning the Lottery: A Striking Affordable-Housing Project by Patrick Tighe

Laser-cut aluminum partially screens the front facade. Photograph by Art Gray Architectural Photography.

Bamboo grows in Cor-Ten steel containers in the center cortyard of the Sierra Bonita Apartment, a mixed-use affordable-housing project. Photograph by Art Gray Architectural Photography.

A custom aluminum clock is mounted on the courtyard’s stucco elevator tower, while custom polycarbonate light tubes are bolted to each level’s steel floor plate. Photograph by Art Gray Architectural Photography.

Apartments have poured-concrete flooring. Photograph by Art Gray Architectural Photography.

On the two roof terraces, steel frame--works support photovoltaic panels that provide enough electricity to power light fixtures in public spaces downstairs. Photograph by Art Gray Architectural Photography.

The building contains 42 residential units, all 620-square-foot one-bedrooms. Photograph by Art Gray Architectural Photography.

Windows and doors are aluminum-framed. Photograph by Art Gray Architectural Photography.

Facing the court-yard, units have 80-square-foot terraces with built-in ipe benches. Photograph by Art Gray Architectural Photography.

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