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Call for Entries: The 10th Annual Stanford White Awards

The Stanford White Awards are a project-centric regional awards program of the Institute of Classical Architecture & Art, recognizing excellence in classical and traditional architecture, design, and craftsmanship in New York, New Jersey, and Fairfield County, Connecticut.
2021 Stanford White Awards

Laureates are selected annually by a jury of peers in the design professions through a blind adjudication process.

Award categories

RESIDENTIAL ARCHITECTURE

Projects in this category encompass all architectural work that is residential in use, including single-family and multi-unit housing, and projects in rural, suburban, and urban environments.

Projects may be submitted in the following sub-categories:

- Houses – New Construction Under 5,000 sq. ft.

- Houses – New Construction Over 5,000 sq. ft.

- Houses – Renovations & Additions (please make clear delineation between ‘before’ and ‘after’)

- Townhouses & Apartments

- Ancillary Structures (projects that work in support of a larger structure or development)

- Multi-Unit Projects

COMMERCIAL, CIVIC, AND INSTITUTIONAL ARCHITECTURE

Projects in this category encompass all architectural work that is non-residential in use.

INTERIOR DESIGN

Projects in this category focus on the interior design and decoration of spaces, and will be judged on the quality of the work independent of the interior architecture.

Projects may be submitted in the following sub-categories:

- Houses

- Townhouses & Apartments

- Commercial, Civic, & Institutional

- One Room (projects should focus on a single interior room or space)

LANDSCAPE DESIGN

Projects in this category encompass all work associated with the landscape and natural environment, and may be located in rural, suburban, and urban contexts.

HISTORIC PRESERVATION

Projects in this category recognize achievement in restoration, preservation, and adaptive reuse of historic structures of high architectural caliber. Entrants should demonstrate the process as well as the finished product.

CRAFTSMANSHIP AND ARTISANSHIP

Projects in this category represent works of arts and crafts created as a permanent element of an architectural project. Entrants should be directly involved in the specific design or execution of the work.

STUDENT PROJECTS

Projects in this category should represent work completed in an academic setting within the past 5 years. Active students may submit projects located in New York, New Jersey, or Fairfield County, Connecticut. Recent graduates who are currently employed at an ICAA member firm in the awards region may submit any student project, regardless of location.

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