The Alice Washburn Awards

Connecticut is rich with architectural traditions that provide cultural continuity. Traditions are defined by a wide variety of underlying styles, including, but not limited to, Colonial, Georgian, Greek Revival, Queen Anne, Shingle and Vernacular. Alice Washburn was an early 20th century Connecticut designer and builder, largely self-taught, whose work is known for its thoughtful stylistic and programmatic invention.

The Alice Washburn House Award
An annual award program  to acknowledge excellence in traditional house design. Focused on style, this awards program is about the thoughtful and delightful adaptation of tradition to address 21st century needs in residential form.

The Alice Washburn Accessory Building Award
An annual award  that recognizes Connecticut’s architectural heritage of small and subsidiary buildings.

2019 Fees:
AIA Connecticut Member: $100.00
Member of another Chapter: $200.00
Other Registered Architect: $400.00

2019 Subsequent Submission:
AIA Connecticut Member: $50.00
Member of another Chapter: $100.00
Other Registered Architect: $200.00

Registration Now Open!

Registration deadline: April 12, 2019
Submission deadline: April 30, 2019

AIA Connecticut’s new awards submission portal is OpenWater. This streamlined platform will make it easier to register and submit for our annual awards. Please click here and follow the instructions for account set-up.

 

2019 Alice Washburn Awards Jurors:
Rachel Carley
Jennifer Huestis, AIA
Walter Chatham, FAIA

 

PAST ALICE WASHBURN AWARD RECIPIENTS
2018 2017 2016 2015 2014 2013
2012 2011 2010 2009 2008
2007 2006 2005 2004 2003

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