Congratulations to the 2014 Bulfinch Award Winners

August 7, 2014

By Lynda Simonton

We want to offer hardy congratulations to this year’s Bulfinch Award winners. The awards are presented by the Institute of Classical Architecture & Art and “recognize the work of individuals who contribute to the creation of classical and traditional architecture in New England”. The awards are named in honor of Charles Bulfinch the architect of the Massachusetts State House and America's first native born architect. 

Residential (Restoration, Renovation, or Addition)
Winner: Admiral’s House, Meyer & Meyer, Inc.
Residential (New Construction) over 5,000 SF
Winner: Coastal New England Harbor House, Patrick Ahearn Architect
Residential (New Construction) under 5,000 SF
Winner: House at Surfside, Polhemus Savery DaSilva Architects Builders
Interior Design
Winner: Sherborn Shingle Style, Rafe Churchill
Merit: Sharon Farmhouse, Rafe Churchill
Commercial/Institutional
Winner: Ruane Center for the Humanities, Sullivan Buckingham Architects
Civic/Ecclesiastic
Winner: Christ Church Cambridge, Frank Shirley Architects
Landscape Architecture
Winner: Earl Major Estate, Dan K. Gordon Associates
Merit: New England Historic Genealogical Society, Gregory Lombardi Design
Craftsmanship/Artisanship
Winner: Balcony Railing for Harvard Lampoon, Hammersmith Studios
Student Portfolio
Merit: Stephen Kivimaki

The award winners are no strangers to New England Home. In fact, the Admiral House by Meyer & Meyer was featured in the November/December 2013 of New England Home. This stately home was renovated and expanded by Meyer & Meyer along with owner and interior designer Jennifer Palumbo. The project enlarged the house from 7,500 to almost 12,000 square feet and restored the existing home for modern living with a sensitive nod to the beauty of the existing architecture.

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Photography by Richard Mandelkorn

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You can read all about this project in our online issue.