Category Archives: Awards & Prizes

New Classicism in Old Florida

Jurying the ICAA Florida Chapter’s 2013 Addison Mizner Medal for Excellence in Traditional and Classical Architecture By Christine G. H. Franck As America’s oldest city St. Augustine celebrated the 500th Anniversary of the exploration of Florida by Juan Ponce de … Read more »

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2013 Winners of the Arthur Ross Awards for Excellence in the Classical Tradition Announced

On behalf of the remarkable national jury working with Fellows coordinator Seth Weine, I can announce today that the winners by category are as outlined below: ARCHITECTURE Fairfax & Sammons Architects, New York and Palm Beach ARTISANSHIP Miriam Ellner, New … Read more »

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Awards Season at the Institute

A message from our President, Paul Gunther I am pleased to call attention to the upcoming Stanford White Awards inaugurated as a regional design and artisanship prize for New York, New Jersey, and Fairfield County, Connecticut. Please note that eligibility … Read more »

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Announcing the Stanford White Awards

A message from our President, Paul Gunther I have the great privilege today to announce the advent of what will become the annual Stanford White Awards, initiated to recognize contemporary excellence in the classical tradition as accomplished regionally and recently … Read more »

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News about the 2012 Arthur Ross Award winners in Architecture: HBRA Architects of Chicago

The Chicago-based firm of HBRA Architects was recently featured in Architect magazine for their project, the Tuscaloosa Federal Building and Courthouse in Alabama. Click here to read the Architect article in its entirety. HBRA Architects received the 2012 Arthur Ross … Read more »

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ICAA Chapters Announce 2011 Awards Programs and Deadlines

Four chapters of the Institute of Classical Architecture & Art are busy planning awards programs for 2011 and beyond. The New England Chapter announces its Second Annual Bulfinch Awards. Named for Charles Bulfinch, the Boston architect who played a key … Read more »

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