2018 Palladio Award Winners - The Traditional Building Conference Series

2018 Palladio Award Winners

The 17th annual Palladio Awards competition recognized fourteen architectural firms for outstanding work in traditional design for commercial, institutional, public, and residential projects.

The Palladio Awards program is co-produced by Traditional Building and Period Homes magazines and is named in honor of Andrea Palladio, the Renaissance architect who created modern architecture for his time while drawing on past models for inspiration.

And the winners are...

COMMERCIAL

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

New Design and Construction, less than 30,000 SF – Thorndale Farm New Corporate Offices, Millbrook, NY – Voith & Mactavish Architects & G.P. Schafer Architect

Adaptive Reuse/Sympathetic Addition – Child’s Building at Coney Island – Gerner Kronick & Valcarcel Architects

Public Spaces – Longwood Gardens, Main Fountain Garden Restoration, Kennett Square, PA – Beyer Blinder Belle Architects & Planners

RESIDENTIAL

Residential Multi-Unit – New Townhouses, Brooklyn, New York Fairfax & Sammons Architects

New Design & Construction (More than 5000 square feet) – Mead Pont Shingle Style Residence 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