Alice Washburn 2014 Award
Honoring Traditional Connecticut Residential Architecture In Both Houses And Accessory Buildings.
Duo Dickinson, AIA, Duo Dickinson Architect, Madison, CT
William Grover, FAIA, Centerbrook, CT
Dennis Wedlick, AIA, Barlis Wedlick Architects, LLC, New York City and Hudson, NY
Renovation and Addition Honor Award
Hartford Brownstone, Hartford, CT
Studio Voladizo, Hartford, CT
Jury comments: The jury liked the efficiencies of this adaptive re-use project. It is sensitive to the historic building, and its renovation, both economical and courageous, could not have been done without an architect. There are nice details; the front bay was made perfect. The jury appreciated the wit that was shown in blending styles, given the overall sobriety of submissions to the program. This is a good example of what this award program is hoping to achieve, bringing the traditional to the present.
New Construction Merit Award
Saniee Architects LLC, Greenwich, CT
Jury comments: This is a model of restraint for a large project. It is innovative, yet uses traditional forms and details to mitigate the potential of size to overwhelm the site..
Accessory Building Merit Award
Arbonies King Vlock, PC, Branford, CT
Jury comments: The architect displays an economical, resourceful approach to budget. The project stood out for its sensitivity to the integration of architecture and landscape. Siting, porch, deck, and out- building are all well thought out.
Combined Renovation and Addition and Accessory Building Honorable Mention
Country Lane House
J.P. Franzen Associates Architects, PC, Southport, CT
Jury comments: In this combined award, the jury noted the example of restraint. The architect did an excellent job of maintaining the existing structure, with its great character, while still adapting it to the needs of its present family. It was reasonable to maintain the existing house but to expand usefulness by adding the three car barn with additional living space. The garage itself is rendered in a wonderfully complementary way.
New Construction Honorable Mention
French Normandy Residence, Greenwich, CT
Charles Hilton Architects, Greenwich, CT
Jury comments: The jury awarded honorable mention for the craftsmanship and detailing of this project. This is a tour de force, with exquisite craftsmanship, good proportions, and magnificent detailing.
Richard Bergmann, FAIA, New Canaan, CT
Jury comments: In this inexpensive project, the tradition of a hand hewn outbuilding was upheld. The jury appreciated its wittiness.