John Russell Pope Awards

The Institute of Classical Architecture & Art Washington Mid Atlantic Chapter (ICAA-WMA) celebrates excellence in traditional architecture, interior design, landscape architecture, preservation, urbanism, and artisanship through the biennial John Russell Pope Awards.  The awards are named for John Russell Pope, 1874-1937, best known as the architect of the Jefferson Memorial and the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C.  Other important works include the National Archives Building, Constitution Hall, the Temple of the Scottish Rite, as well as numerous exemplary private homes.  
 
As noted by architect and historian Stephen M. Bedford, Pope’s domestic and monumental architecture established him as a “leader in the development of highly refined and restrained American classicism.” Founded in 2015, the awards program recognizes the best work of individuals who contribute to the creation of classical and traditional architecture and the allied arts within the Washington Mid Atlantic region.

Image: 2015 Winner Urban Planning - “Union Village” – Michael Watkins Architecture, LLC

  

Award categories
New Residential Design
Under 5000 sf
New Residential Design
Over 5000 sf
Residential Renovation or Addition
Under 5000 sf
Residential Renovation or Addition
Over 5000 sf
Commercial – Institutional – Ecclesiastical Design
Historic Preservation
Landscape Design
Interior Design
Single Room
Interior Design
Multiple Rooms
Urban Planning
Artisanship
Student Award
Winners from
2017
Jones & Boer Architects - “West River House”
New Construction under 5,000 sf
Jones & Boer Architects - “Chain Bridge House”
New Construction over 5,000 sf
Donald Lococo - “Kalorama Renovation”
Addition / Renovation under 5,000 sf
Barnes Vanze Architects - “Addition to a Pope House”
Addition / Renovation over 5,000 sf
Glave and Holmes - “Christopher Newport Hall”
Civic and Institutional Design
O’Brien and Keane Architects - “Mary’s Chapel”
Ecclesiastical Design under 3,000 sf
McCrery Architects - “St. Mary’s Help”
Ecclesiastical Design over 3,000 sf
Historical Arts and Casting - “US Capitol Restoration”
Historic Preservation
Patrick Sutton Interiors - “New Life for a Storied Home”
Interior Design – Multiple Rooms
Iron Masters, Inc. - “Ironwork in the Artisan Tradition”
Artisanship – Ironwork
Marmi Natural Stone - “Monumental Staircase”
Artisanship – Stone
Parker Hansen - “Debate Theater on the National Mall”
Horizon Builders Student Award
Michael Rabe - “Shipbuilding Museum”
Horizon Builders Student Award
Anne Decker Architects - "Distilled Tradition"
Winner - New Residential Design - under 5,000 sf
Hamady Architects, LLC - “A Mountain Home in West Virginia”
Winner - New Residential Design - over 5,000 sf
Neumann Lewis Buchanan Architects - “Badger Hill Farm”
Winner - Residential Renovation or Addition over 5,000 sf
3north - "Classicism Redux”
Winner - Residential Addition or Renovation - under 5,000 sf
Jones & Boer Architects - “Queen Anne Revival”
Honorable Mention - Renovation or Addition under 5,000 sf
Donald Lococo Architects, LLC - “Linnean House”
Honorable Mention - New Residential Design over 5,000 sf
Barnes Vanze Architects - “Flemish Revival Townhouse”
Honorable Mention - Historic Preservation
Hartman Cox Architects - “Francis L. Caradozo High School”
Winner - Historic Preservation
Hartman Cox Architects - "American Pharmacists Association Headquarters”
Winner - Commercial, Institutional, or Ecclesiastical Design
Glavé & Holmes Architecture - “Carole Weinstein International Center”
Honorable Mention - Commercial / Educational
Nelson Byrd Woltz Landscape Architects - “Seven Ponds Farm”
Winner - Landscape Design
Nelson Byrd Woltz Landscape Architects - “The Cedars”
Honorable Mention - Landscape Design
Michael Watkins Architecture, LLC - “Union Village”
Winner - Urban Planning
Sroka Design - “Norton Manor”
Honorable Mention - Interior Design
Gaston & Wyatt - “Monticello Blinds”
Winner - Artisanship

Jones & Boer Architects’ “West River House” New Construction under 5,000 sf

Jones & Boer Architects’ “Chain Bridge House” New Construction over 5,000 sf

Donald Lococo’s “Kalorama Renovation” Addition / Renovation under 5,000 sf

Barnes Vanze Architects’ “Addition to a Pope House” Addition / Renovation over 5,000 sf

Glave and Holmes’ “Christopher Newport Hall” Civic and Institutional design

O’Brien and Keane Architects’ “Mary’s Chapel” Ecclesiastical Design under 3,000 sf

McCrery Architects’ “St. Mary’s Help” Ecclesiastical Design over 3,000 sf

Historical Arts and Casting’s “US Capitol Restoration” Historic Preservation

Patrick Sutton Interiors’ “New Life for a Storied Home” Interior Design – Multiple Rooms

Iron Masters, Inc.’s “Ironwork in the Artisan Tradition” Artisanship – Ironwork

Marmi Natural Stone’s “Monumental Staircase” Artisanship – Stone

Parker Hansen’s “Debate Theater on the National Mall” Horizon Builders Student Award

Michael Rabe’s “Shipbuilding Museum” Horizon Builders Student Award

Anne Decker Architects' "Distilled Tradition" New Residential Design - under 5,000 sf

Hamady Architects, LLC's “A Mountain Home in West Virginia” New Residential Design - over 5,000 sf

Neumann Lewis Buchanan Architects' “Badger Hill Farm” Residential Renovation or Addition over 5,000 sf

3north's "Classicism Redux” Winner Residential Addition or Renovation - under 5,000 sf

Jones & Boer Architects' “Queen Anne Revival” Honorable Mention Renovation or Addition under 5,000 sf

Donald Lococo Architects, LLC's “Linnean House” Honorable Mention New Residential Design over 5,000 sf

Barnes Vanze Architects' “Flemish Revival Townhouse” 2015 Honorable Mention Historic Preservation

Hartman Cox Architects' “Francis L. Caradozo High School” Winner Historic Preservation

Hartman Cox Architects' “American Pharmacists Association Headquarters” Winner Commercial, Institutional, or Ecclesiastical Design

Glavé & Holmes Architecture - “Carole Weinstein International Center” Honorable Mention - Commercial / Educational

Nelson Byrd Woltz Landscape Architects' “Seven Ponds Farm” Winner Landscape Design

Nelson Byrd Woltz Landscape Architects' “The Cedars” Honorable Mention Landscape Design

Michael Watkins Architecture, LLC's “Union Village” Winner Urban Planning

Sroka Design's “Norton Manor” Honorable Mention Interior Design

Gaston & Wyatt's “Monticello Blinds” Winner Artisanship