Washington, DC - March 14, 2018 - The publisher of TRADITIONAL BUILDING and PERIOD HOMES magazines and the producer of the Traditional Building Conference Series have just notified the winners of the 17th annual Palladio Design Awards. The Palladio Design competition entries were juried by a distinguished panel of judges on March 6 at the historic George Town Club in Washington, DC. There were a record number of entries this year.
There are five winners in the commercial/institutional building categories and nine winners in the residential categories, including a three-way tie in the category for new residential design/construction under 5,000 square feet. “This year’s Palladio winners demonstrate a virtuoso of traditional design where great architecture transcends style,” said Nancy Berry, Editor of PERIOD HOMES. Martha McDonald, Editor of TRADITIONAL BUILDING added, “This might be the most competitive contest we’ve seen in the seventeen years we have produced the Palladio Awards Program.”
The Palladio Award winners will be published in the June issue of TRADITIONAL BUILDING and the July issue of PERIOD HOMES. Winners and their projects will be celebrated further at an awards ceremony and dinner on July 18 during the Traditional Building Conference at the Nassau Inn in Princeton N.J.
The Palladio Design Awards are the only national awards that recognize excellence in traditional architecture, interior design, landscape architecture and traditional craftsmanship.
The winners are as follows:
Residential Multi-Unit – New Townhouses, Brooklyn, New York – Fairfax & Sammons Architects
New Design & Construction (More than 5000 square feet) – Greenwich Waterfront Shingle – VanderHorn Architects
Adaptive Reuse and/or Sympathetic Addition – Holmby Hills Residence, Holmby Hills, California – Michael Burch Architects
Restoration & Renovation – Cunningham, Atlanta, Georgia – TS Adams Studio
Exterior Spaces: Gardens & Landscapes (Tie)
Farmhouse Gardens, Washington Connecticut – Haver & Skolnick Architects
Main Line Estate, Wynnewood, Pennsylvania – Doyle Herman Design Associates
New Design & Construction (Less than 5,000 square feet) (3-way Tie)
Kinsley, Oxford Maryland – John Milner Architects
New House, Jackson, Wyoming – Peter Zimmerman Architects
Villa on the Gulf, Alys Beach, Florida – Jeffrey Dungan Architects
(View winners on Traditional Building.)
Restoration and Renovation – Many Glacier Hotel Rehabilitation, Glacier National Park – Anderson Hallas Architects
New Design and Construction, more than 30,000 SF – Benjamin Franklin College and Pauli Murray College, Yale University – Robert A.M. Stern Architects
Adaptive Reuse/Sympathetic Addition – Child’s Building and Ford Amphitheater at Coney Island, Brooklyn, NY – Gerner Kronick & Valcarcel Architects
Public Spaces – Longwood Gardens, Main Fountain Garden Restoration, Kennett Square, PA – Beyer Blinder Belle Architects & Planners
The Commercial/Institutional jurors were (1) Calvert S. Bowie, Principal, Bowie-Gridley Architects, Washington, DC; (2) Brian Goeken, Chief, Technical Preservation Services, National Park Service; (3) James W. Shepherd, Director of Preservation and Facilities, Washington National Cathedral; and (4) Craig Williams, Principal, David M. Schwarz Architects, Washington, DC.