2022 Palladio Award Winners

Traditional Building’s 2022 Palladio Award winners are announced.

We are pleased to announce the 2022 Palladio Award winners! The 21st annual Palladio Awards competition recognizes 14 firms for outstanding work in traditional design, six in the commercial, institutional, and public architecture category and eight for residential work. All winners enhance the beauty and humane qualities of the built environment through creative interpretation and adaptation of classical and traditional design principles. Thank you to all who submitted. A special thank you to our judges listed below.

Residential Judges

Commercial Judges

Meet the Judges

Residential Winners

Adaptive Reuse and/or Sympathetic Addition

Completed Project – Aerial View

Mark Alexander Pavliv, AIA - THE ARCHITECT'S STUDIO

The Aurora
The Architect's Studio - www.springlakearchitect.com


Very enriching contrast and a Beautiful hypnotic view

Photos curtesy of BELT

Via Marina
BELT – belt.com.co

Exterior Spaces: Gardens & Landscapes

A new flowering meadow in close proximity to the front of this original 1846 home.

(Photo by Neil Landino)

Natural Legacy
James Doyle Design Associates - jdda.com

Interior Design

Custom lighting, reclaimed white oak island cabinetry with walnut top, Titanium marble slabs for backsplash and Terracotta quarry tile with Palazzo limestone surround.

Photos by William Abranowicz

Rancho Sabino Grande
Peace Design - peacedesign.com

New Design & Construction--less than 5000 sq.ft.

The rear covered porch looks out over the raised pool and fire pit across the lake and golf greens. Above, character grade cypress has been limed to a medium tone which cuts glare. Below, sandblasted concrete decks are underfoot. Steel doors visually connect the interior and exterior.

Photo Credit: Jessica Glynn

Windsor Residence in the South Village
Moor, Baker & Associates Architects, P.A. - www.moorarch.com

New Design & Construction--more than 5000 sq.ft.

Two protruding nested gables add character to the rear of the residence. The roof is composed of three different Vermont and Welsh slates to minimize possible fading with time.

Photo by Erica George Dines

Merry Wood
Harrison Design - www.harrisondesign.com

Residential Multi-Unit Projects

View from harbor.

Peter Aaron/OTTO

The Corsair
Robert A.M. Stern Architects – ramsa.com

Restoration and Renovation

View of the primary northeast façade of the house, facing southwest, along the entrance drive. The house is positioned within an Olmsted landscape featuring mature trees and formal gardens, creating a private estate setting with the city of Philadelphia.

Photography by Tom Crane and Jeffrey Totaro, Architectural Photographers

John Milner Architects, Inc. - www.johnmilnerarchitects.com

Commercial Winners

Adaptive Reuse and/or Sympathetic Addition

A new mezzanine level adds daylight workspace and defines the main entryway,

Photo: © Billy Hustace

Rejuvenation of An Historic Powerhouse
Marcy Wong Donn Logan Architects - wonglogan.com


Solid brass Library Chandelier reproduction plated with zinc and antiqued to match the original pewter finish with hand-blown glass shades.

Jeff Garland Photography

Fair Lane: Home of Clara & Henry Ford Lighting Reproduction
Heritage Metalworks - hmwpa.com

Interior Design

New stair and mezzanine, with restored historic offices at lower right;

Photo: © Billy Hustace

Rejuvenation of An Historic Powerhouse
Marcy Wong Donn Logan Architects - wonglogan.com


The Nave Interior - The cruciform chapel culminates at the sanctuary and dome, which reaches seventy-two feet from the floor. The four Evangelists are depicted in pendentives of the dome, while the twelve tondi windows represent the twelve Apostles.

Photo curtesy of Duncan G. Stroik Architect

The Chapel of Our Lady of the Most Holy Trinity
Duncan G. Stroik Architect, LLC - www.stroik.com

New Design & Construction--more than 30000 sq.ft.

Façade of Thomas and Donna May School of Arts & Sciences at Stonehill College faces the campus quadrangle’s south side, creating a hub for students and faculty, forming the cornerstone of a new quadrangle that embraces Georgian architecture and initiates the first step in the creation of a restored architectural culture.

Photo credit:  Alain Jaramillo

Thomas and Donna May School of Arts & Sciences
The S/L/A/M Collaborative - slamcoll.com

Public Spaces: Parks, Plazas, Gardens, Streetscapes

View across reflecting pool towards Spring House

Photo curtesy of Don B. McDonald Architect

Spring House
Don B. McDonald Architect, AIA, Ltd. - www.donbmcdonald.com

Restoration and Renovation

After carefully removing the construction that was added after 1863 the missing components were reconstructed using traditional materials and techniques.

(Photo Credit: Jason Sandy, Angle Eye Photography)

Warfield House
EYP - eypae.com

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The 2018 Palladio Awards

The 2018 Palladio Awards are produced by Active Interest Media, publisher of Traditional Building and Period Homes magazines, and organizers of the Traditional Building Conference.