Fairfax & Sammons Architects, "New Residence"
Residential Architecture – New Construction Under 5,000 SF (Image Credit: Olson Photographic, LLC)
G. P. Schafer Architect, "A New Country Residence"
Residential Architecture – New Construction Over 5,000 SF (Image Credit: Eric Piasecki)
Historical Concepts, "A New Life for an Old Farmhouse"
Residential Architecture – Renovations & Additions (Image Credit: Eric Piasecki)
John B. Murray Architect, "Renovation of a Central Park South Duplex"
Residential Architecture – Townhouses & Apartments (Image Credit: Simon Upton)
Di Biase Filkoff Architects, "Pool House for a Hudson Valley Estate"
Residential Architecture – Ancillary Structures (Image Credit: Durston Saylor)
Robert A.M. Stern Architects, "Benjamin Franklin College and Pauli Murray College, Yale University"
Commercial, Civic, & Institutional Architecture (Image Credit: Peter Aaron: OTTO)
Eric J. Smith Architect, "A New Californian Georgian House"
Interior Architecture & Design: Houses (Image Credit: Peter Margonelli)
MNA, "Bergdorf Goodman"
Interior Architecture & Design: Commercial, Civic, & Institutional (Image Credit: Thaddeus Rombauer)
Sawyer | Berson, "Residence on Christopher Street"
Landscape Design (Image Credit: Joshua McHugh)
Hollander Design Landscape Architects, "English Country House"
Walter B. Melvin Architects, "St. Thomas Church"
Abigail Tulis, "A Sculpture Scheme for the Exterior and Interior of a House"
Craftsmanship & Artisanship (Image Credit: Eric Piasecki)
COVAX Design, "Primary Passageway Entry Gates, New Franklin & Murray Residential Colleges"
Craftsmanship & Artisanship
Elaine Rose, "A University Library at Montclair State University"
December 7, 2017
Robert A.M. Stern with ICAA President Peter Lyden
On Wednesday, December 6th 2017, the Institute of Classical Architecture & Art (ICAA) celebrated the winners of the 2017 Stanford White Awards at the Metropolitan Club in New York City. The awards recognize achievement in individual projects in architecture, interiors, landscape, urbanism, and building craftsmanship & artisanship throughout New York, New Jersey, and Fairfield County, Connecticut.
Stanford White Awards Co-chair, Clay Hayles, and ICAA New York Committee Chair, Adrian Taylor, delivered welcoming remarks to the more than 330 guests in attendance at the sold-out event. ICAA President Peter Lyden introduced Tom Savage – Director of Museum Affairs at the historic Winterthur Museum, Garden, and Library – who served as emcee for the awards ceremony, and presented the 14 awards for winning projects in classical and traditional architecture and design to each recipient.
Jury members Aimee Buccellato of Buccellato Design LLC, Timothy Corrigan of Timothy Corrigan Inc., Gavin Duke of Page | Duke Landscape Architects, Joanna Lombard of the University of Miami School of Architecture, and Clinton Smith of Veranda Magazine selected this year’s award laureates.
Fairfax & Sammons Architects, G. P. Schafer Architect, Historical Concepts, John B. Murray Architect, Di Biase Filkoff Architects, Robert A.M. Stern Architects, Eric J. Smith Architect, MNA, Sawyer | Berson, Hollander Design Landscape Architects, Walter B. Melvin Architects, Abigail Tulis, and COVAX Design were among the professional firms recognized. Elaine Rose was also honored for her student project.
Russell Windham, Chairman of the ICAA Board of Directors, was in attendance, in addition to ICAA Board members Gary L. Brewer, Andrew Cogar, Barbara Eberlein, Mark Ferguson, John Flower, Steven R. Gambrel, Kirk Henckels, Anne Kriken Mann, Michael Mesko, Mark Pledger, and Suzanne R. Santry.
ICAA friends and supporters including Caleb Anderson, James Anderson, Ronald and Verena Balmer, Rhett Butler, Jennifer Chaitman, Elizabeth Graziolo, Fernanda Kellogg, Mitchell Owens, Janice Parker, Leonard Porter, Peter Pennoyer, Daniel Sager, Barbara Sallick, Oscar Shamamian, and Nicholas S.G. Stern, were present among many others. Alice Kriz, 2017 Stanford White Awards Co-chair, was also in attendance.
Credit for Event Photos: Sylvain Gaboury / Patrick McMullan
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