1st Affordable Housing Design Leadership Institute


Enterprise convened the inaugural AHDLI in Minneapolis in the summer of 2010. This convening marked a watershed moment for Enterprise, representing its entry into a larger effort to promote design excellence in adorable housing, while transforming the fields of community development and design.

Design for Impact

The exhibit at the McKnight Foundation highlights the lessons and case studies from the inaugural Affordable Housing Design Leadership Institute (AHDLI).

Media Coverage

2010 Media Resource Teams

Development Resource Team

Gina M. Ciganik, Aeon, Minneapolis, Minn.
Al Levine, Seattle Housing Authority, New Orleans, La.
Kathy Laborde, Gulf Coast Housing Partnership, Seattle, Wash.
David Price, Nuestra Comunidad Development Corporation, Boston, Mass.
David Rowe, CAMBA/CAMBA Housing Ventures, Brooklyn, N.Y.
Randy Schold, MetroPlains, St. Paul, Minn.
Chris Wilson, Project for Pride in Living, Batesville, Miss.

2010 Resources Team

Design Resource Team

David Baker, FAIA LEED AP, David Baker Architects, San Francisco, Calif.
Dana Bourland, Enterprise Green Communities, Columbia, Md.
Maurice Cox, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Va.
Julie Eizenberg, Koening Eisenberg Architects, Santa Monica, Calif.
Daniel Hernandez, Jonathan Rose Companies, New York, N.Y.
David Rubin, Olin, Los Angeles, Calif.
Larry Scarpa, Brooks + Scarpa Architects, Santa Monica, Calif.
Deirdre Schmidt, Affordable Housing Institute, Boston, Mass.
Chris Velasco, PLACE, Minneapolis, Minn.


A special thank you to our generous sponsors:

  • McKnight Foundation
  • National Endowment for the Arts
  • The Kendeda Fund
  • Federal Home Loan Banks
  • Minnesota Housing

Past Institutes

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