| Dec 2, 2013 |
ICAA announces Stanford White Award winners
Boh staff
By Staff

The Institute of Classical Architecture & Art (ICAA) has announced the winners of the second annual awards for excellence in classical and traditional design, named in honor of architect Stanford White (1853-1906) of McKim, Mead & White. It recognizes achievement in architecture, interiors, landscape, urbanism, and building craftsmanship and artisanship throughout New York, New Jersey and Fairfield County, Connecticut.

The 2013 award winners by category are as follows:

Residential New Construction Over 5,000-square-feet

G. P. Schafer Architect, PLLC, A New Farm Compound: Dutchess County, New York

Houses—Renovation and Additions

Hamady Architects, An 18th Century Farm House: Greenwich, Connecticut

Hamady Architects, A 1930 Georgian House: Greenwich, Connecticut

Houses—Renovation and Additions Under 5,000-square-feet

Fairfax & Sammons Architects, PC, An 18th Century Cottage: Quogue, New York

Townhouse and Apartment Renovations

Fairfax & Sammons Architects, PC, An Upper West Side Apartment: New York City

Commercial, Civic and Institutional Architecture

Robert A. M. Stern Architects, LLP, North Hall and Library, Bronx Community College, CUNY: Bronx, New York

Landscape Design

Doyle Herman Design Associates, Landscape for Historic Greenwich Estate: Greenwich, Connecticut

Student Design

Danielle Murphy, University of Notre Dame ’13, John Burroughs Environmental Studies Center: West Park, New York

The winners were selected by a jury including John Culver, Sarah Medford, Ben Page, Jim Strickland and Eric Watson, and will be honored at an awards reception at 41 Broad Street in New York City on Friday, December 6. To purchase tickets for the awards dinner, contact Kathleen Maloney at 212-730-9646 ext. 106 or via email.

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