The New England Chapter of the Institute of Classical Architecture & Art (ICAA) announces the ten winners of its Tenth Bulfinch Awards.
The Chapter invited entries from firms from New England as well as from around the country for work performed in New England region. Over 70 entries were submitted. The Jury consisted of Alexa Hampton, Anne Fairfax, and Russell Windham.
RESIDENTIAL (RESTORATION, RENOVATION OR ADDITION)
Patrick Ahearn Architect for “Nantucket Sound Overlook”
RESIDENTIAL (NEW CONSTRUCTION) OVER 5,000 SF
Hendricks Churchill for “Oblong Valley Greek Revival”
RESIDENTIAL (NEW CONSTRUCTION) UNDER 5,000 SF
G. P. Schafer Architect for “A Summer Cottage in Coastal Maine”
Dan Gordon Landscape Architects for “Pond's Edge Estate”
Knight Architecture for “Private Literary Club”
John Canning and Co. for “Mark Twain House & Museum”
Lisa Tharp Design for “Back Bay Brownstone”
Rosales and Partners for “Longfellow Bridge Restoration”
Haver & Skolnick for “Washington Pool House”
Richard Krysiak, Tradewood Windows & Doors
The Bulfinch Awards are hosted by the Institute of Classical Architecture & Art New England Chapter (ICAA New England) and recognize practitioners from across the nation who are committed to promoting excellence in the classical tradition and allied arts within New England. All eligible projects work toward building upon the legacy of Boston's early Federal architect, Charles Bulfinch, who is widely regarded to be the first native-born American to work in the field professionally. Initiated in 2010 and modeled on the ICAA’s Arthur Ross Awards, the New England Bulfinch Awards program is an annual competition. The winners of the Bulfinch Awards will be recognized at a ceremonial reception and dinner gala in the Harvard Hall at the Harvard Club of Boston, designed by Parker, Thomas & Rice on Saturday, September 19th at 6 PM.
About The Institute of Classical Architecture & Art
The Institute of Classical Architecture & Art is the leading nonprofit organization dedicated to advancing the classical tradition in architecture, urbanism and their allied arts. It does so through education, publication, and advocacy. The Institute is headquartered in New York City with regional chapters across the United States. It offers a wide array of programs that are designed to promote the appreciation and practice of classical and traditional design, including classes, travel, lectures, and conferences. It publishes an academic journal called the Classicist as well as the acclaimed book series called the Classical America Series in Art and Architecture.