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RESIDENTIAL NEW CONSTRUCTION—over 8,000 square feet: Robert A.M. Stern Architects. House in Virginia Beach, Virginia Beach, Virginia. Photo: Eric Piasecki.

LANDSCAPE: Arentz Landscape Architects. Chain Bridge Garden, Washington, DC. Photo: Roger Foley.

RESIDENTIAL NEW CONSTRUCTION—under 8,000 square feet: Neumann Lewis Buchanan Architects. Ferry Point, Annapolis, Maryland. Photo: Katie Martin Studio.

RESIDENTIAL RENOVATION: Joshua O. Hill, AIA, LEED AP, Hill & Hurtt Architects. Historic Shaw Rowhouse, Washington, DC. Photo: Stacy Zarin Goldberg.

ARTISANSHIP (tie) Gaston & Wyatt: Indoor-Outdoor Retreat, Greenwich, Connecticut. Architecture: Hamady Architects. Photo: Robert Llewellyn.

ARTISANSHIP (tie) Iron Masters: An Enticing Iron Grille, Potomac, Maryland. Photo: Melanie Landsman.

INTERIOR DESIGN—RESIDENTIAL: Manuel de Santaren. House in Virginia Beach, Virginia Beach, Virginia.

Best of Show

The 2021 John Russell Pope Awards spotlight achievements in classical design and architecture

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, a New York-based architect who designed significant classical buildings in the nation’s capital, 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 2021 awards at a gala held on September 24 at the Sulgrave Club in Washington.

A selection of winning projects is pictured on these pages; for more information, visit classicist-washington.org.

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