JOHN RUSSELL POPE AWARDS
Every two years, the Washington Mid-Atlantic Chapter of the Institute of Classical Architecture & Art holds a design competition recognizing fine classical work in the region. The awards are named after John Russell Pope (1874-1937), a New York-based architect who designed significant classical buildings in Washington, DC, including the Jefferson Memorial and the National Gallery of Art. After a jury of experts selected this year’s winning projects, the chapter announced the 2019 awards at a gala held on March 30 at the Carnegie Institute for Science in Washington, DC. Some of the winning projects are pictured above; for more information, visit classicist-washington.org.
RESIDENTIAL NEW CONSTRUCTION over 5,000 square feet
Jones & Boer Architects. Sycamore Point, Easton, Maryland. Builder: Winchester.
Arentz Landscape Architects, LLC. Whitehaven Street Garden, Washington, DC. Builder: Lofgren Construction.
Patrick Sutton. Sagamore Pendry Hotel, Baltimore, Maryland.
Iron Masters, Inc. Classical Music Forged in Iron, McLean, Virginia.
Commercial & Institutional Design: David M. Schwarz Architects, Inc. E. Bronson Ingram Residential College.
Ecclesiastical Design: O’Brien & Keane. Holy Name of Jesus Cathedral.
Urban Design: Michael Watkins Architect. Johnson Square.
Student Awards: Nicole Doyle, Timothy Farina, Daniel Glasgow, Mallory Smith. Museum of the United States Supreme Court.