| Aug 28, 2014 |
ICAA-NE celebrates traditional design with Bulfinch Awards
Boh staff
By Staff

Recognizing excellence in New England-based classical and traditional design, the Institute of Classical Architecture & Art New England Chapter (ICCA-NE) has announced the 11 winners of the fifth annual Bulfinch Awards.

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, the awards program annually recognizes the best work of individuals and firms that preserve and advance the classical tradition in New England.

This year’s jury was comprised of Gary L. Brewer, AIA, Partner at Robert A.M. Stern Architects; Michael Imber, FAIA, Principal of Michael G. Imber Architects; and Russell Versaci, AIA, Principal of Russell Versaci Architecture.

The winners of the 2014 Bulfinch Awards are as follows:

Residential (Restoration, Renovation or Addition): Admiral’s House by Meyer & Meyer Inc.

Residential (New Construction over 5,000 square feet): Coastal New England Harbor House by Patrick Ahearn Architect

Residential (New Construction under 5,000 square feet): House at Surfside by Polhemus Savery DaSilva Architects Builders

Interior Design: Sherborn Shingle Style by Rafe Churchill

Commercial/Institutional: Ruane Center for the Humanities by Sullivan Buckingham Architects with The S/L/A/M Collaborative

Civic/Ecclesiastic: Christ Church Cambridge by Frank Shirley Architects

Landscape Architecture: Earl Major Estate by Dan K. Gordon Associates

Craftsmanship/Artisanship: Balcony Railing for Harvard Lampoon by Hammersmith Studios

Interior Design Merit: Sharon Farmhouse by Rafe Churchill

Landscape Architecture Merit: New England Historic Genealogical Society by Gregory Lombardi Design

Student Portfolio Merit: Stephen Kivimaki

The winners will be recognized at an evening ceremony and reception at the Grand Staircase of the Massachusetts State House in Boston in November. Tickets can be purchased online.

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