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ICAA Stanford White Award

 

2020 Institute of Classical Architecture and Art’s (ICAA) Stanford White Award

 

Each year the Institute of Classical Architecture and Art’s (ICAA) celebrates accomplishments in urbanism, interiors, landscape, architecture, and building craftsmanship & artisanship throughout New York, New Jersey, and Fairfield County, Connecticut. This prestigious honor is known as the Stanford White Award for Excellence in Classical and New Traditional Design. Stanford White lived from 1853-1906. He was a well-known American architect. He worked at the New York firm called McKim, Mead & White. White designed the triumphal arch at Washington Square. He also designed the second Madison Square Garden, the Cable Building, and other well known landmarks of the time. Of course, White left quite the creative architectural legacy that inspired many generations after his time.

 

Abbott Dining Hall

 

The Lawrenceville School is located in Lawrenceville, New Jersey. In 2018 The Lawrenceville School was ready for a re-design of their Abbott Dining Hall. They hired Voith & Mactavish Architects. Eustis Chair was honored to work with VMA to design over 300 custom Eustis Chairs for the Abbott Dining Hall project. Read more about Abbott Dining Hall’s transformation here.

On December 9, 2020, the Philadelphia-based firm was honored with a design award for the Abbott Dining Hall facility. The 2020 Institute of Classical Architecture and Art’s (ICAA) Stanford White Award in the category of Commercial, Civic, and Institutional Architecture goes to… Drumroll please… Voith & Mactavish. 

“We are deeply honored, along with our partners at Voith & Mactavish, to receive this award. A lot of thought went into what would not only make this building beautiful, but also what would make it Lawrenceville, One of the ways we preserve and transmit culture at Lawrenceville has been through the dining experience, breaking bread together, and Abbott provides a spectacular setting in which that can happen.” -Steve Murray, Head of School. 

 

List of Stanford White Award Winners: 2020

 

Fairfax & Sammons Architects – “Classic ‘East End’ Cape Cod Cottage”
Residential Architecture – New Construction Under 5,000 SF
 
G. P. Schafer Architect, DPC – “A New Residence and Family Compound”
Residential Architecture – New Construction Over 5,000 SF
 
Historical Concepts – “A Village Estate”
Residential Architecture – New Construction Over 5,000 SF
 
Peter Pennoyer Architects – “Rowdy Meadow”
Residential Architecture – New Construction Over 5,000 SF
 
Robert A.M. Stern Architects – “House on Lily Pond Lane”
Residential Architecture – Renovations & Additions
 
Greg Tankersley – “Lily’s Tower”
Residential Architecture – Ancillary Structures
 
Robert A.M. Stern Architects – “Courier Square”
Residential Architecture –Multi-Unit Projects
 
Ferguson & Shamamian Architects – “Consolidating Two Apartments in a Storied Candela Building”
Residential Architecture – Townhouses & Apartments
 
ICAA Stanford White Award
Voith & Mactavish Architects – “Boarding School Dining Hall”
Commercial, Civic, and Institutional Architecture
 
Hendricks Churchill – “The New Farmhouse”
Interior Design: Houses
 
Tammy Connor Interior Design – “Central Park Pied-à-Terre”
Interior Design: Townhouses & Apartments
 
Hollander Design Landscape Architects – “The Belnord Courtyard”
Landscape Design
 
Walter B. Melvin Architects – “Central Presbyterian Church Restoration”
Historic Preservation
 
Spirit Ironworks, Inc. – “Federal Style Ironwork on the Lower East Side: A Loving Restoration”
Craftsmanship and Artisanship
 
José Hernández – “Experience Pennsylvania Station”
Student Projects
 
Madeline Fairman – “The Webster Apartments – Manhattan’s Home for Professional Women”
Student Projects
 

 

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