The New England Chapter of the ICAA Announces the Winners of its Seventh Bulfinch Awards

The New England Chapter of the Institute of Classical Architecture & Art (ICAA) announces the ten winners of its Seventh Bulfinch Awards.
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The Chapter invited entries from firms not just from New England but from around the country for work performed in the region. Over 60 entries were submitted. The Jury consisted of Barbara Eberlein, Duncan McRoberts, and Richard Sammons.

The winners are listed below:   

Frank Shirley Architects

Frank Shirley Architects

· Frank Shirley Architects, Residential (Restoration, Renovation or Addition), for “Queen Anne Victorian”

· Peter Pennoyer Architects, Residential (New Construction) Over 5,000 SF, for “Federal House”

Robert A.M. Stern

Robert A.M. Stern Architects

· Robert A.M. Stern Architects, Institutional, for “Flinn Hall, Edelman Hall, and Redlich Hall”

La Blanc

LeBlanc Jones Landscape Architects

· LeBlanc Jones Landscape Architects, Landscape Architecture, for “Ivy Court”

Telescopes of Vermont

Telescopes of Vermont

· Telescopes of Vermont, Craftsmanship/Artisanship, for “Resurrection of the Porter Garden Telescope”

Leslie-jon Vickory

Leslie-jon Vickory "Bibliotheque Sainte Genevieve #2"

· Leslie-jon Vickory of Hamady Architects, Sketch, for “Bibliotheque Sainte Genevieve #2”

· Michael Carter - Carter and Company, Interior Design, for “Brookline Private Residence”

Meter & Meyer

Meter & Meyer

· Meyer & Meyer, Inc. Architecture and Interiors, Townhouse & Apartments, for “9 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston”

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FFKR Architects

· FFKR Architects, Ecclesiastic, for “Hartford Connecticut Temple”

· John Canning & Co. Ltd., Historic Preservation, for “Saint Patrick’s Catholic Church”

Sheldon Kostelecky

Sheldon Kostelecky

· Patron - Sheldon Kostelecky, co-founder of the New England chapter and past chapter president

About The Institute of Classical Architecture & Art

The Institute of Classical Architecture & Art is the leading nonprofit organization dedicated to advancing the classical tradition in architecture, urbanism and their allied arts. It does so through education, publication, and advocacy. The Institute is headquartered in New York City with regional chapters across the United States. It offers a wide array of programs that are designed to promote the appreciation and practice of classical and traditional design, including classes, travel, lectures, and conferences. It publishes an academic journal called the Classicist as well as the acclaimed book series called the Classical America Series in Art and Architecture.