The Alice Washburn Award is named for the distinguished Connecticut designer and builder of the 1920’s, largely self-taught, whose work is known for her thoughtful stylistic and programmatic invention. Focusing on style: the program acknowledges excellence in traditional house design through the thoughtful adaptation of tradition to address 21st-century needs. Works are to be located in Connecticut and designed in a style broadly considered as “traditional”.
2022 Alice Washburn Jury
Michael Crosbie, FAIA
University of Hartford
Carla Goodknight, AIA, NCARB
Tracy Kozak, AIA
ARCove Architects, LLC
New Construction Homes
Additions, Adaptive Re-use, Renovations and Restorations
- Projects must have been completed in the last 5 years.
- Submitting architect must be the Architect of Record, practicing in Connecticut and crediting any other contributing architectural firm.
- Eligible works include one or two-family Connecticut residences, free standing projects, additions, renovations, restorations, adaptive reuse and accessory buildings including but not limited to:
- Pool Houses
- Pet Shelters
Do not include any identifying firm information in your submission. Submissions with identifying information will automatically be disqualified.
- Project name and location
- 350-word project description that includes:
- Square footage, site information, and context
- Brief synopsis of the project and design rationale
- Identification of structures that may have more than one purpose or may have addressed unique challenges
- Sustainability features, if any
- Do not include any firm identification in the description
- Maximum of 12, minimum of 8 high resolution photos following these guidelines:
- Minimum of 3 interior photos (accessory buildings only require one interior photo)
- Exterior photos with at least 1 that includes site context
- Maximum of 2 "before" photos, if desired
- Photos should indicate that the house is furnished (permission to show these should be cleared by the Owner prior to submission)
- All photos must be properly oriented as jurors will not be able to rotate them
- Do not include firm identification in file names or photos
- All photography permissions and releases are the responsibility of the submitting architect
The Jurors will take into consideration and acknowledge:
- Excellence in traditional house design and attention to detail.
- Thoughtful adaptation of traditional style(s) to address 21st-century needs.
- Sustainability features
Styles may include, but are not limited to:
- Shingle Style
- Queen Anne
- Greek Revival
AIA Connecticut Member: $100.00
Member of another Chapter: $200.00
Other Registered Architect: $400.00
Registration deadline: February 28, 2022
Submission deadline: April 4, 2022