David Scott Parker Architects takes home the 2020 Palladio Award for Adaptive Reuse and/or Sympathetic Addition.
Ferguson & Shamamian Architects wins a 2020 Palladio Award for Adaptive Reuse and/or Sympathetic Addition.
The 2020 Palladio Award for Residential Multi-unit Project goes to de la Guardia Victoria Architects & Urbanists.
Haver & Skolnick Architects receives a 2020 Residential Palladio Award for Connecticut Pool House.
G. P. Schafer Architect wins a 2020 Palladio Award for New Design & Construction—Less Than 5,000 Square Feet.
The 2020 Commercial Palladio Award for New Design & Construction—Less Than 30,000 Square Feet goes to McCrery Architects.
John Canning & Co. wins the Commercial 2020 Palladio Award for Craftsmanship.
The 2020 Commercial Palladio Award for Exterior Spaces: Gardens and Landscapes goes to Janice Parker Landscape Architects.
Goettsch Partners restores the barrel-vaulted ceiling at Chicago’s Union Station.
A team of architects and artisans bring the façade of the Federal Building and U.S. Courthouse in Milwaukee back to its original splendor.
Thadani Architects + Urbanists creates an academic village at Seaside.
Robert A.M. Stern Architects designs a university welcome center with a presence that creates a whole new approach to the campus.
PFA Architects restores Asheville High School, an iconic southern school, to impeccable standards.
David M. Schwarz Architects and Hastings Architecture win the 2019 Palladio Award for New Design & Construction—more than 30,000 square feet for E. Bronson Ingram Residential College.
Duncan G. Stroik Architect, LLC wins the 2019 Palladio Award for New Design & Construction—Less Than 30,000 Square Feet for Chapel of the Holy Cross.
The 2019 Palladio Award for Restoration and Renovation goes to John G. Waite Associates, Architects for the Rotunda at the University of Virginia.
The 2019 Palladio Award winner for Adaptive Reuse and/or Sympathetic Addition is Architectural Resources Group for Lodge at the Presidio.
Kathyrn Herman Design wins a 2019 Palladio Award for Exterior Spaces for Historic Farm in Fairfield, CT.
Heritage Metalworks creates chandeliers and sconces to bring Ford’s Fair Lane Estate back to its 1919 grandeur.
An 1853 clock tower for a Kentucky courthouse is replicated by Campbellsville Industries.
Hartman-Cox Architects designs the new John A. Campbell Courthouse, which has reigned as the highest seat of justice in Mobile, Alabama, since 1934.
KWK Architects designs the new Residential Colleges at University of Oklahoma.
Two firms, Beacon Capital Partners and ESI Design, are working together to bring historic office buildings up to date while keeping the original styles.
See how winners of the 2018 Clem Labine Award, Michael W. Mehaffy and Nikos A. Salingaros, are championing the art and science of beautiful places.
The 2018 Palladio Award for Public Spaces goes to Beyer Blinder Belle for their work on Longwood Gardens.
David B. Meleca, FAIA, looks to the past when designing new churches and other buildings.