Recognizing excellence in New England Classical and Traditional Design, the Institute of Classical Architecture & Classical America Northeast Chapter's Bulfinch Awards are named for the Boston architect of the Massachusetts State House, Charles Bulfinch, who played a key role in introducing Neoclassicism to America in the late 18th century.
A weeklong public exhibition of the winning projects is being held in the Doric Hall of the Massachusetts State House, starting today.
The winnners are: SLC Interiors of South Hamilton, Mass. in Residential Interior Design, New Construction, for a Georgian-style country estate in Weston, Mass; Wilson Kelsey Design of Salem, Mass. in Residential Interior Design, Renovation for Prides Crossing in Beverly, Mass.; Ivan Bereznicki Associates of Cambridge, Mass., in New Construction, Classical Under 5,000 SF, for the Pavilion in the Park outside of Boston; Dell Mitchell Architects of Boston in New Construction, Classical Over 5,000 SF, for a Greek Revival residence in Dedham, Mass.; Polhemus Savery DaSilva Architects-Builders of Chatham, Mass. in New Construction, Traditional, for Champlains Bluff in Chatham; Philip C. Lowe of Beverly, Mass. in Artisanship for reproduction Sheraton arm chairs at the Pierce-Nichols House in Salem, Mass.; Polhemus Savery DaSilva Architects-Builders of Chatham, Mass. in Residential Restoration, Renovation or Sympathetic Addition for The Moorings, in Chatham; The S/L/A/M Collaborative of Boston, Mass. in New Civic, Institutional or Ecclesiastical Architecture for the Church of the Secred Heart in Weymouth, Mass.; Polhemus Savery DaSilva Architects-Builders of Chatham, Mass. in Commercial Architecture for the pro shop at Wequassett Resort in Harwich, Mass. on Cape Cod; and Keith LeBlanc Landscape Architecture of Boston in Landscape Architecture for the Lowder Brook Residence in Dedham, Mass.
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