2014 Bulfinch Award Winners

The New England Chapter of the Institute of Classical Architecture & Art is pleased to announce its fifth annual Bulfinch Awards. The award is named for Charles Bulfinch, America's first native-born architect, and designer of the Massachusetts State House. The award recognizes the best work of individuals who contribute to the creation of classical and traditional architecture in New England.

Residential (Restoration, Renovation, or Addition):

"Admiral's House"
Meyer & Meyer, Inc.

Admiral's House'

Residential (New Construction) over 5,000 SF:

"Coastal New England Harbor House"
Patrick Ahearn Architect

Coastal New England Harbor House

Residential (New Construction) under 5,000 SF:

"House at Surfside"
Polhemus Savery DaSilva Architects Builders

House at Surfside

Interior Design:

"Sherborn Shingle Style"
Rafe Churchill

Sherborn Shingle Style

Commercial/Institutional:

"Ruane Center for the Humanities"
Sullivan Buckingham Architects

Ruane Center for the Humanities

Civic/Ecclesiastic:

"Christ Church Cambridge"
Frank Shirley Architects

Christ Church Cambridge

Landscape Architecture:

"Earl Major Estate"
Dan K. Gordon Associates

Earl Major Estate

Craftsmanship/Artisanship:

"Balcony Railing for Harvard Lampoon"
Hammersmith Studios

Balcony Railing for Harvard Lampoon

Interior Design - Merit:

"Sharon Farmhouse"
Rafe Churchill

Sharon Farmhouse

Landscape Architecture - Merit:

"New England Historic Genealogical Society"
Gregory Lombardi Design

New England Historic Genealogical Society

Student Portfolio - Merit:

Stephen Kivimaki

Stephen Kivimaki