John Russell Pope Awards

 

               

 

THE INSTITUTE OF CLASSICAL ARCHITECTURE & ART

WASHINGTON MID ATLANTIC CHAPTER

Congratulates the recipients of the Inaugural

John Russell Pope Awards

 

New Residential Design – under 5,000 square feet

“Distilled Traditional” – Anne Decker Architects

 

New Residential Design – over 5,000 square feet

“A Mountain Home in West Virginia” – Hamady Architects, LLC

 

Honorable Mention

“Linnean House” – Donald Lococo Architects, LLC

 

Residential Renovation or Addition – under 5,000 square feet

“Classicism Redux” – 3north

 

Honorable Mention

“Queen Anne Revival” – Jones & Boer Architects

 

Residential Renovation or Addition – over 5,000 square feet

“Badger Hill Farm” – Neumann Lewis Buchanan Architects

 

Commercial – Institutional – Ecclesiastical Design

“American Pharmacists Association Headquarters”

Hartman Cox Architects

 

Honorable Mention

“Carole Weinstein International Center” – Glavé & Holmes Architecture

 

Historic Preservation

“Francis L. Caradozo High School” – Hartman Cox Architects

 

Honorable Mention

“Flemish Revival Townhouse” – Barnes Vanze Architects

 

Landscape Design

“Seven Ponds Farm” – Nelson Byrd Woltz Landscape Architects

 

Honorable Mention

“The Cedars” – Nelson Byrd Woltz Landscape Architects

 

Interior Design

“Garden Side” – Thomas Pheasant Interiors

 

Honorable Mention

“Norton Manor” – Sroka Design

 

Urban Planning

“Union Village” – Michael Watkins Architecture, LLC

 

Artisanship

“Monticello Venitian Blinds” – Gaston & Wyatt

 


John Russell Pope Awards Ceremony

Spring, 2017!!!
The Cosmos Club
Washington, DC

 

 

Program Criteria


The Institute of Classical Architecture & Art Washington Mid Atlantic Chapter is pleased to announce the inaugural John Russell Pope Awards celebrating excellence in classical architecture, interior design and
landscape architecture.

The Awards are named for John Russell Pope, 1874-1937, best known as the architect of the Jefferson Memorial and the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C. Pope’s additional significant works  include the National Archives Building, Constitution Hall, the Temple of the Scottish Right, and Woodend, a mansion in Chevy Chase, Maryland. He was born in New York and educated at the American School of Architecture in Rome (later called the American Academy in Rome) and the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris. He was renowned for interpreting European classicism in a new, American form. Pope’s domestic and monumental architecture established him as a “leader in the development of highly refined and restrained classicism.”

The Awards recognize the best work of individuals who contribute to the creation of classical and traditional architecture in the Washington Mid Atlantic region.
 

The Awards will be considered
in the following categories:
 

New Residential Design - under 5,000 square feet
New Residential Design - over 5,000 square feet
Residential Renovation or Addition – under 5,000 square feet
Residential Renovation or Addition – over 5,000 square feet
Commercial – Institutional – Ecclesiastical Design
Historic Preservation
Landscape Design
Interior Design
Urban Planning
Artisanship



Eligibility

The individual or firm submitting must be a member of the ICAA. One may join the ICAA at the time of submission online at www.classicist.org. The submission must have been completed since January 2013. For applicants with offices within the ICAA Washington Mid Atlantic region of Maryland, Virginia, Delaware and Washington, D.C. the projects may be from any location worldwide. For applicants with offices outside the ICAA Washington Mid Atlantic Region, the projects must be located within Maryland, Virginia, Delaware and Washington, D.C. The individual or firm making the submission must have the approval of all parties with legal ownership of the project, the client, architect and/or designer of record or developer.

Those making the submission must have permission to use all photography and or printed material contained within the submission. The ICAA Washington Mid Atlantic Chapter reserves the right to use all materials contained within the submission in future printed and digital media for promotional purposes.


Entry Procedures and Requirements

Each entry should be submitted in an 8.5” x 11” PDF format.
Nothing should be added to a submission that identifies the firm or individual making the submission.

The entry form and application fee will be submitted online

The PDF should include:

1.  A brief statement, 300 words maximum, summarizing significant features of the project, site, landscape and any details necessary to convey the significance of the project to the jury.
2.  Photographs of significant views along with plans, sections, and details to explain the project to the jury. All photographs and drawings should include a brief caption on the back of the image. A maximum of 20 pages can be submitted. 

Failure to meet any of the specified entry requirements could result in disqualification; if disqualified entry fee is non-refundable.


LINK TO OFFICIAL ENTRY FORM

 

Fee

The entry fee is $100 per award entry and should be submitted through the ICAA website.  Details to follow.  


Jury Process

The jury will represent the disciplines of architecture, landscape design and interior design. The Jury will not live or have offices in the geographic area of the ICAA Washington Mid Atlantic Chapter but will be familiar with the ICAA and our mission. The submission packages will never be seen or handled independently of the organizers to maintain anonymity. The Jury has full authority to choose a winner or winners for each category or create additional categories if the submission(s) as appropriate. If submissions do not meet the expected level of excellence as deemed so by the Jurors, certain categories may go unfilled.


Notification to Winners

Winners of the John Russell Pope Awards will be notified by mail and recognized at an evening ceremony held Spring, 2017 at the Cosmos Club in Washington, D.C. The winners are expected to attend or send a representative in their place. The winning entries will be displayed on the ICAA Washington Mid Atlantic website and in print and digital media.


Deadline

Submissions will be accepted Fall 2016.  Specific dates will be forthcoming.  

Should you have any questions, please contact David Hathcock at david.hathcock@dmsas.com.

 

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Presenting Sponsors

 

Sustaining Platinum Sponsor

 

Platinum Sponsor

 

Gold Sponsors

Horizon Builders
TW Perry
Waterworks

 

Event Planning Sponsor

Serendipity Bridal & Events

 

Modified Silver Sponsor

John Canning Studios

 

Silver Sponsors

Alpine Pools
Barnes Vanze Architects
Cathedral Stone Products, Inc.
Gaston & Wyatt
Harrison Design

Bronze Sponsors

Nanz Custom Hardware, Inc.
Outdoor Illumination, Inc.

 

Media Partners