Santos Prescott and Associates

site by 67a2 media


Adele Naudé Santos, Topaz Medallion for Excellence in Architectural Education, awarded jointly by the AIA and the Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture (ACSA)


Terner Prize for Innovation and Leadership in Affordable Housing, Finalist for Mission Creek Senior Community

AIA Boston Society of Architects John M. Clancy Award for the Design of Socially Responsible Housing, for Mission Creek Senior Community

Gold Nugget Design Awards for Mission Creek Senior Community: Merit Award, Best Seniors Project; Merit Award, Best Affordable Project; Grand Award, Best Mixed-Use Project


Resident at the American Academy in Rome, spring 2002


Rudy Brunner Award, Gold Medal for Yerba Buena Gardens

Winning entry for an invited competition for a Child Care Center at the University of Pennsylvania


Sophia Gray Memorial Invitee – South Africa, including an exhibition of work in the Municipal Art Museum, and prestigious lecture in Bloemfontein


Inducted into the College of Fellows of the American Institute of Architects


AIA San Diego Citation for Bay to Bay Link Proposal
AIA San Diego Presidential Citation for creating a unique vision and insight for the San Diego region


Winner of the San Diego Centre City Development Corporation’s Directors’ Award as recognition for outstanding service to the City for the Centre City East study
American Planning Association, San Diego chapter, Honorable Mention of the Centre City East Urban Design Strategy
Spirit of San Diego Award, created and conferred by the Mayor of San Diego to honor the Centre City East Study


Parthena Award, granted by the California Women in Environmental Design annually to recognize one woman who has made outstanding contributions to the profession

AIA Pennsylvania Excellence in Architectural Design Award for Institute of Contemporary Art, University of Pennsylvania


Headliner of the Year: University Education, San Diego Press Club award for those people whose contributions within their own fields resulted in the most newsworthy press coverage


Winning entry in the invited design competition for a new Civic Center for Perris California


Winner of a competition for a 24-unit residential development for an infill site adjacent to the historic district in Camden, New Jersey. The project uses pre-fabricated modules to construct paired townhouse units for a range of income levels.

Winning entry in the international collaborative competition for an amphitheater, restaurant and natural history museum at Arts Park LA


AIA Pennsylvania Excellence in Architectural Design Award for Franklin LaBrea Family Housing

Winner of competition for Affordable Prototypical Multi-Family Housing for Franklin/La Brea, Hollywood, Los Angeles. Competition sponsored by The Museum of Contemporary Art and the Community Redevelopment Agency. Competition project also received Pennsylvania Society of Architects design award.


National competition for Inner City Infill Housing for Harlem, New York, third place award

International Competition for the design of the Pacific Center for the Media Arts for Hawaii Loa College, first place award

International Competition for City Visions, Honorable Mention


Hillside Housing Competition for Cincinnati, Honorable Mention


National Endowment for the Arts Grant to study Open Space Choice for Blighted Inner City Neighborhoods: A Philadelphia Case Study


“The Invisible City #1” won a certificate of award from the Southern Educational Communications Association (SECA).
Grant from the Texas Committee for the Humanities to do a one hour film summarizing the five part series
Grant from the Texas Committee for the Humanities to do five programs for PBS Channel 8, Houston


National Endowment for the Arts Grant to study the evolution of the single family house


Rice University Research Grant to study the tribal villages of the Tswana in Botswana


Award received for entry in international competition for the redevelopment of a sector of downtown, Santiago, Chile.


Harvard University Wheelwright Traveling Fellowship


House Naudé received the Bronze Medal of the Cape Institute of South African Architects.