2017 Bulfinch Awards
The New England Chapter of Classical Architecture & Art's 2017 Bulfinch Awards marks the second year in which projects were accepted from outside the New England region. Out of 67 projects submitted, 17 were from outside this region. As chapter president David Andreozzi points out, "National architects are now competing against regional architects for their work to be honored in our prestigious Bulfinch Awards.” The jury was comprised of Barbara Eberlein, Duncan McRoberts and Richard Sammons.
Category: Residential (Restoration, Renovation or Addition)
Winner: Frank Shirley Architects, of Cambridge, Mass., for “Queen Anne Victorian” in that city.
Category: Residential (New Construction) Over 5,000 square feet
Winner: Peter Pennoyer Architects, of New York City, for “Federal House” in Cambridge
Category: Historic Preservation
Winner: John Canning & Co., of Cheshire, Conn., for “Saint Patrick’s Catholic Church” in Lowell, Mass.
Winner: Robert A.M. Stern Architects, of New York City, for “Flinn Hall, Edelman Hall, and Redlich Hall” at the Hotchkiss School in Lakeville, Conn.
Category: Landscape Architecture
Winner: LeBlanc Jones Landscape Architects, of Boston, for “Ivy Court” in Chestnut Hill, Mass.
Winner: Telescopes of Vermont, of Norwich, Vt., for “Resurrection of the Porter Garden Telescope”
Category: Townhouse & Apartments
Winner: Meyer & Meyer, Architects and Interiors, of Boston, for “9 Commonwealth Avenue” in that city
Winner: FFKR Architects, of Salt Lake City, Utah, for “Hartford, Connecticut Temple” for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
Category: Interior Design
Winner: Michael Carter, Carter & Co., of Boston, for “Brookline Private Residence” in Brookline, Mass.
Winner: Leslie-jon Vickory, Hamady Architects, of Greenwich, Conn., for “Bibliotheque Sainte Genevieve #2,” the interior of a library in Paris
Winner: Sheldon Kostelecky, co-founder of the New England chapter, chapter vice president for education and past chapter president