Awards | Dec 15, 2014 |
Annual Stanford White Awards honor classical architecture
Boh staff
By Staff

The Institute of Classical Architecture & Art (ICAA) has selected fourteen residential and commercial projects for the second-annual Stanford White Awards, which recognize excellence in classical and traditional design. Winners range from a home in the Hudson Valley to a terrace on Fifth Avenue, and include projects in architecture, interior design, landscape design, urbanism, and building craftsmanship and artisanship throughout the tri-state area.

Peter Lyden, Vanessa Noel, Peter Pennoyer

"The winning projects at the 2014 Stanford White Awards were completely dazzling and left me so proud and impressed of the incredible work that the ICAA's constituency is doing,” said ICAA President Peter Lyden. “In case anyone was in doubt, seeing this work confirms that contemporary classicism is alive and thriving, transforming cities and towns into more beautiful and inspiring places to live.”

Dustin Hatley, Barbara Sallick, Shanda Burk

The awards program is named in honor of Stanford White (1853-1906) of the New York firm McKim, Mead & White. Architectural and design firms which have completed classical and traditional projects in the past year were invited to enter. 

This year’s winners were selected by architects Michael Imber of Michael Imber Architects; David Jones of Jones & Boer Architects; and interior designer Suzanne Tucker of Tucker & Marks Design.

The 2014 winners are:

Interior Design and Decoration—Residential: A House in the Hudson Valley by Jayne Design Studio

Commercial, Civic and Institutional—Interior: Library Reading Room at the New York Historical Library by Bunny Williams Inc. and G.P. Schafer Architect PLLC

Commercial, Civic and Institutional—Exterior: A New Boutique Hotel by Atelier & Co.

Residential New Construction Under 5,000 square feet: Extown Farm Cottage by David D. Harlan Architects, LLC

Residential New Construction Over 5,000 square feet: Black and White House by Ike Kligerman Barkley

Houses—Renovations and Additions: 18th-Century Dutch Colonial Farm House by Hamady Architects LLC

Ancillary Structures: Pool House Addition to an 18th-Century Farm by John B. Murray Architect LLC

Landscape Design: A Classic Home in Greenwich by Doyle Herman Design Associates

Landscape Design: Fifth Avenue Terraces by Sawyer | Berson Architecture & Landscape Architecture

Historic Preservation: Smith-Taylor Cabin by Andre Tchelistcheff Architects

Historic Preservation: Williamsburg Savings Bank by David Scott Parker Architects

Craftsmanship and Artisans: An Altarpiece for a Catholic Church by Leonard Porter Studio

Student Project: Williamsburg Center for Arts and Crafts by Hamin Joo

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