| Jun 7, 2016 |
Tucker & Marks, Dolph Andrews win Julia Morgan Awards
Boh staff
By Staff

The Northern California Chapter of the Institute of Classical Architecture & Art has announced the winners of its biennial Julia Morgan Awards. The awards celebrate local architects, designers, artisans, builders, students and patrons for “their excellence in the contemporary practice and support of the classical traditions.” This year’s jury, which includes Gil Schafer, chairman, Andrew Cogar and Suzanne Rheinstein, awarded designers and firms such as Elizabeth Everdell Garden Design, The Wiseman Group, Douglas Durkin Design, and many more, including architecture firms and other regional leaders. The winners will be feted at a June 16 dinner in San Francisco.

This year’s honorees include:

Residential: New Single Family (under 5,000 sq. ft.)

Andrew Skurman Architects, A Georgian Cottage

Residential: New Single Family (over 5,000 sq. ft.)
Charlie Barnett Associates, Atherton Residence

Residential: Renovation—Apartment
Andrew Skurman Architects, A City Apartment in the Haussmannian Style

Commercial: New Construction—Non-Regional
Andrew Skurman Architects, The Resort at Pelican Hill

Residential: Single Family (over 5,000 sq. ft.)

Douglas Durkin Design, San Francisco Bay Area Residence

Residential: Single Family—Apartment
Tucker & Marks, A Classic City Apartment

Residential: Bespoke Detail
The Wiseman Group, Tudor Revival

Commercial: Non-Regional
BAMO, The Grand Hotel a Villa Feltrinelli

Landscape & Garden Design
Elizabeth Everdell Garden Design, An Atherton Garden

Adam Thorpe and Tony Smith
, Fine Furniture Reproduction, Salon Doré, Legion of Honor

Oleg Lobykin, Stonesculpt, Stone Sculpture, Wallenberg Hall, Stanford University

Villafranca Studio, Églomisé, School of Fish

Adolphus Andrews Jr.

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