The Palladio Awards

2017 Palladio Awards

The Palladio Awards honor outstanding achievement in traditional design. The event recognizes both individual designers and design teams whose work enhances the beauty and humane qualities of the built environment. Through creative interpretation or adaptation of design principles, we celebrate techniques developed through 2,500 years of Western architectural tradition. The Palladio Awards are the first and only national awards program for residential and commercial/institutional projects which demonstrate excellence in traditional design.

Winners of the 2017 Palladio Design Awards will be commemorated at a ceremony and dinner during the Traditional Building Conference on July 18th in Salem at the Hawthorne Hotel. Palladio's commercial/institutional winning projects are published in the June issue of Traditional Building; Residential winning projects are published in July's Period Homes.

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The commercial/institutional 2017 Palladio Award winners:

Restoration and Renovation – a tie, two winners
Veteran's Room at the Park Avenue Armory
PBDW Architects with Herzog + de Meuron

Restoration of the Historic Watchbox
EYP Architects & Engineers

Adaptive Reuse/Sympathetic Addition
The Knickerbocker Telephone Company Building
Scott Henson Architect + Stephen B. Jacobs Group

New Design and Construction, more than 30,000 sq.ft.
Beauport Hotel Gloucester
OLSON LEWIS + Architects

New Design and Construction, less than 30,000 sq.ft.
Mary's Chapel
O'Brien & Keane

The residential 2017 Palladio Award winners:

Adaptive Reuse / Sympathetic Addition
Barn Addition to a 19th Century Farm
John B. Murray Architect

New Design & Construction, less than 5,000 sq.ft.
Cahaba River House
Nequette Architecture Design

Restoration & Renovation
Alterations & Additions to a Historic Residence
Ferguson & Shamamian

New Design & Construction, more than 5,000 sq.ft.
Lost Tree Village
Fairfax & Sammons

Exterior Space
A Colonial Revival Property
Land Plus Associates

Residential & Multi-unit Projecting
The Beekman: A Thompson Hotel
Gerner Kronick & Valcarcel Architects