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Christine G. H. FranckCHRISTINE G. H. FRANCK is the founding Director of the Center for Advanced Research in Traditional Architecture (CARTA) at the University of Colorado Denver College of Architecture & Planning, as well as a designer, educator, and author. Her design work ranges from award-winning residential design to preservation, landscape and decorative projects. In addition, she teaches, lectures, and writes on the topics of architectural design, contemporary and historic Classical architecture and American domestic architecture. All aspects of her work are ethically focused on improving the built environment and quality of life of all individuals.

She has developed, directed and administered programs for institutions such as the Institute of Classical Architecture & Art (ICAA) and The Prince of Wales’s Foundation and held teaching appointments at the University of Notre Dame, the Georgia Institute of Technology, and the University of Colorado Denver. Before establishing her own practice to focus on design and education, she interned with the offices of Allan Greenberg, Architect and served as the first Executive Director of the Institute of Classical Architecture & Art.

Ms. Franck currently serves as President of the American chapter of the International Network of Traditional, Building, Architecture, and Urbanism (INTBAU), member of the inaugural Baldwin Hardware Design Council, and trustee of the National Civic Art Society (NCAS). She has also served as trustee of the Institute of Classical Architecture & Art (ICAA) National and Rocky Mountain Chapter and on the Advisory Council of the University of Notre Dame School of Architecture. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Architecture from the University of Virginia and a Master of Architecture from the University of Notre Dame.

She has been honored for her design, educational, and service work. In 2002 HRH The Prince of Wales awarded her his first and only Public Service Award of The Prince’s Foundation for the Built Environment for her “outstanding contribution to the study of architecture and design.” Her design work has garnered prizes as diverse as a Palladio Award for new residential design, an ICAA Texas Chapter John Staub award for renovation, a Historic Fort Worth award for preservation, and New York City’s Carnegie Hill Neighbors Enrichment Award for her Madison Avenue shopfront renovation. Last year she was recognized with the lifetime achievement award for service, the Clem Labine Award. Her work has been published in magazines and books such as Architecture, Residential Architect, New Old House, Period Homes, The Classicist and exhibited at shows in America and Europe such as Buildings Made by Hand, The Art of Building Cities, A Decade of Art and Architecture, New Palladians, and at the RIBA’s “Palladian Design: The Good, the Bad, and the Unexpected.”

Her design sensitivity was developed at an early age in her hometown of Williamsburg, Virginia and the cities she has been fortunate to call home: New York, Washington, Denver, Bath, Carthage, and Rome.

CURRICULUM VITAE: CHRISTINE G. H. FRANCK

EDUCATION

  • University of Notre Dame, 1992 – 1994; Master of Architecture (MArch), 1994; Thesis: Proposal for an Urban Neighborhood in the Vicinity of Union Station in the District of Columbia; Professor Duncan Stroik, Advisor
  • Centre d’Etudes du Patrimoine en l’Italianité de l’Architecture, Summer 1993; Clisson, France
  • Rome Studies Program, Spring 1993; University of Notre Dame, Rome, Italy
  • University of Virginia, 1986–1990; Bachelor of Science in Architecture with a Minor in Architectural History (BSArch), 1990
  • University of Virginia Study Abroad Program, Fall 1989; University of Bath, Bath, England

EXECUTIVE AND ADMINISTRATIVE EXPERIENCE

  • Director, Center for Advanced Research in Traditional Architecture (formerly the Contemporary Traditional Architecture Initiatives), University of Colorado Denver College of Architecture and Planning, 2013 – current
  • Chairman, Academic Committee, Institute of Classical Architecture & Classical America, 1998–2005
    • Classical Architecture for Design and Building Professionals, 2001 – 2005
    • Professional Continuing Education Program, 1998 – 2005
    • Summer Program in Classical Architecture, 1998 – 2005
    • Curriculum Development Workshop and Strategic Plan, 2003 – 2004
    • Rome Architectural Drawing Program, Rome, Italy, 1998 – 2001
    • Naples and Antiquity Drawing Program, Naples, Italy, October 2001
  • Executive Director, Institute for the Study of Classical Architecture, New York, NY, 1997 – 1998
  • Administrator, Summer School in Architecture & the Building Arts, Prince of Wales’s Institute of Architecture, Washington, DC, 1996; Berkeley, CA, 1997; Dr. Richard John, Director

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

  • Lecturer, University of Colorado Denver College of Architecture and Planning, Undergraduate Sketching, Spring 2017
  • Visiting Associate Professor, University of Notre Dame School of Architecture, Graduate Studio and Master’s Thesis Advisor: Master Plan for Cap Haïtian, Haïti; Cindy Michel, Advisee; University of Chicago: Toward a New Architecture; Juliette Yu, Advisee, Spring 2010
  • Visiting Associate Professor, University of Notre Dame School of Architecture, Undergraduate Studio, Spring 2009
  • Harrison Design Associates Visiting Scholar, Georgia Institute of Technology College of Architecture, Elective Studio, 2007
  • Instructor in Design, Architectural History, and Measured Drawing, Institute of Classical Architecture & Classical America, 1998 – ongoing
  • Visiting Assistant Professor, University of Notre Dame School of Architecture, Undergraduate Studio, Rome Studies Program, 1996–1997
  • Teaching Assistant, University of Notre Dame School of Architecture, Second Year Studio and Drawing, 1992 – 1994
  • Teaching Assistant, University of Virginia School of Architecture, Studio, 1988 – 1990

EDUCATIONAL CONSULTING

  • Curriculum Focus Group Report and Program Development Plan, Pythagoras School for Skilled Building Craftsmanship, Partially funded by a grant from the Greater Richmond Chamber of Commerce Foundation, 2008

SELECTED PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

  • Christine G. H. Franck, Design and Decoration, 1996 – current

Design for new residence in Douglas County, Colorado
Conceptual rendering of Calvert Vaux’s 1850s Hoyt House
Additions to historic Wiart-Dewavrin Residence, Cambrai, France, current
Renovations to Private Residence, New York, NY
Preservation plan for Second Cemetery of Congregation Shearith Israel, New York, NY
Restoration of Shopfronts, Madison Avenue, New York, NY
Renovations to historic synagogue of Congregation Shearith Israel, New York, NY
Consultation on frame design for Stations of the Cross by Leonard Porter, New York, NY, 2011
Preservation plan for Third Cemetery of Congregation Shearith Israel, New York, NY, 2010
Conceptual residential designs, Galveston, TX, 2009-2010
Renovation of Byrd Residence, Fort Worth, TX, 2009
Lobby renovation at Park Avenue, New York, NY, 2006
Design and decoration of new residence, Chadsworth Cottage, Wilmington, NC, 2005
Lobby renovation at 47 East 88th Street, New York, NY, 2005
Public hallways renovation at 190 East 72nd Street, New York, NY, 2005
Apartment decoration, 142 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY, 2001
Design for a Garden Pedestal, East Hampton, NY, 1999 (With Michael M. Franck)
Schematic design for new residence, Atlanta, Georgia, 1998
Renovations to Grogan’s Jewelers, Florence, AL, 1996 (With Michael M. Franck)

  • ACT Architectural Charrette Team (Charrette Team Designer), Celebration, FL, 2006

Schematic Design, Construction Documentation for Centex, Randall Park, Orlando, FL, 2006
Schematic Design Charrette, Wesmont Station, New Jersey, 2006

  • CNU Mississippi Renewal Forum (Architecture Team Member), Biloxi, MS, 2005
  • Fairfax & Sammons Architecture, PC (Consultant), 2000 –2009
  • Eric J. Smith Architects, PC and David Anthony Easton, Inc. (Consultant), 2000 – 2001
  • Allan Greenberg, Architect (Intern architect), Washington, DC, 1994 – 1996
  • Duany Plater-Zyberk & Co. (Draftsperson), Kentlands, MD, 1991 –1992
  • The John A. Clark Company (Associate), Washington, DC, 1991 – 1992
  • University of Michigan Excavations at Carthage (Delineator), Carthage, Tunisia, Summer 1989
  • Magoon Guernsey Architects (Intern), Williamsburg, VA, 1985 – 1988

PUBLICATIONS: BOOKS

  • Handbook of Classical Architecture [publication 2011], Editor, co-editor Steve Semes, with contributions from instructors at the Institute of Classical Architecture & Classical America, (New York: W.W. Norton & Company).
  • Traditional American Domestic Architecture [in process].
  • Beguinages of Flanders and the Netherlands: Models of Urban Housing [in process]
  • Traditional American Rooms: Celebrating Style, Craftsmanship, and Historic Woodwork, A Winterthur Style Sourcebook, with co-author Brent Hull, (East Petersburg: Fox Chapel Publishing, 2009).
  • A Decade of Art & Architecture, Co-editor, (New York: Institute of Classical Architecture, 2002).
  • Jose M. Allegue: A Builder’s Legacy, ed. Barbara M. Walker, (Lunenberg: The Stinehour Press, 2002).

PUBLICATIONS: ARTICLES AND ESSAYS

  • “The Will to Build Locally,” editorial, Clem Labine’s Period Homes Magazine (September 2012).
  • “Walking to FedEx: A Pedestrian Experience in South Bend,” essay, Huffington Post (January 2011).
  • “New Classical American Houses: The Architecture of Albert, Righter & Tittman,” book review, Clem Labine’s Period Homes Magazine (January 2010).
  • “Diversity in Education,” Clem Labine’s Period Homes Magazine (September 2009).
  • “Colonial Revival Style,” Old House Journal’s New Old House (Fall 2008): 88.
  • “Shingle Style,” Old House Journal’s New Old House (Summer 2008): 88.
  • “Queen Anne Style,” Old House Journal’s New Old House (Winter 2008): 88.
  • “Second Empire Style,” Old House Journal’s New Old House (Fall 2007).
  • “Italianate Style,” Old House Journal’s New Old House (Summer 2007): 106.
  • “New England Colonial,” Old House Journal’s New Old House (Spring 2007): 106.
  • “Gothic Revival Style,” Old House Journal’s New Old House (Winter 2007): 114.
  • “Mississippi Rising,” Clem Labine’s Period Homes Magazine, vol. 7, no. 1 (January 2006): 184.
  • “Greek Revival Style,” Old House Journal’s New Old House (Fall 2006).
  • “Federal Style,” Old House Journal’s New Old House (Summer 2006): 114.
  • “The Biloxi Cottage,” Old House Journal’s New Old House (Spring 2006): 114.
  • “American Georgian,” Old House Journal’s New Old House (Fall 2005): 138.
  • “American Dutch Colonial,” Old House Journal’s New Old House (Spring 2005): 114.
  • “French Colonial,” Old House Journal’s New Old House (Winter 2005).
  • “A Classical Education,” Windsor Forum on Design Education: Toward an Ideal Curriculum to Reform Architectural Education, edited by Peter Hetzel and Dhiru Thadani (Miami, New Urban Press, 2004): 66-75.
  • “Fenestration Fiascos: Common Errors in Fenestration and Guidelines for Correcting Them,” Clem Labine’s Period Homes Magazine (Winter 2004).
  • “Changing the Face of American Residential Architecture,” Home Design Journal: The Magazine of the American Institute of Building Design, vol. 1, no. 2 (2004).
  • “St. Augustine Spanish Colonial,” Old House Journal’s New Old House (Fall 2004): 162.
  • “The Chadsworth Cottage Diary: Part II,” Period Homes Magazine (Autumn 2003).
  • “Rome, New York, Florida,” A Decade of Art & Architecture, managing editor Henrika Taylor, (New York, Institute of Classical Architecture, 2002): 12-14.
  • “The Chadsworth Cottage Diary: Part I,” Clem Labine’s Period Homes Magazine (Autumn 2001).
  • “St. Agnes in Agony,” The Classicist No. 5, Journal of the Institute of Classical Architecture (1999).

SELECTED PUBLICATION AND EXHIBITION OF CREATIVE WORK

  • “Chadsworth Cottage,” exhibited in “Palladian Design: the Good, the Bad, and the Unexpected,” at the RIBA, London, 2015-16
  • “Byrd Residence,” exhibited at the John Staub Awards Exhibit, Institute of Classical Architecture & Art Texas Chapter; San Antonio, TX, 2012
  • “The Quintessential Classicist,” Clem Labine’s Period Homes Magazine, vol. 12, no. 5 (September 2011)
  • “Christine G. H. Franck,” New Palladians: Modernity and Sustainability for 21st Century Architecture, edited by Alireza Sagarchi and Lucien Steil, (London: Artmedia, 2010): 108-111.
  • “Christine G. H. Franck,” New Palladians (exhibit and catalogue) by Traditional Architecture Group an RIBA Linked Society and The Prince’s Foundation for the Built Environment, Exhibited: Prince’s Foundation Gallery, London (Fall 2008); Amsterdam (Spring 2009), South Bend (2011).
  • “Grand Proportions,” Living in Style (April 2008): 28-38 and cover.
  • “Chadsworth Classic Comfort,” Wilmington Magazine, vol. 4, issue 5 (November/December 2007): 60-64.
  • “Classical Aspirations,” Clem Labine’s Period Homes Magazine, vol. 8, no. 4 (July 2007): 24-26.
  • “Romancing the Cottage,” Wrightsville Beach Magazine, vol. 8, issue 9 (September 2007): 92-105.
  • “Chadsworth Cottage,” Old House Journal’s New Old House, (Fall 2006): 76-85 and cover.
  • “Villa by the Sea,” Clem Labine’s Period Homes Magazine, vol. 6, no. 5 (September 2005): 13-17 and cover.
  • “The Client’s View: The Chadsworth Cottage Diary Part II,” Clem Labine’s Period Homes Magazine, vol. 2 no. 4 (Winter 2007): 6.
  • “Stock Answer,” Residential Architect, (September/October 2002): 23.
  • “Christine G. H. Franck, Inc.,” A Decade of Art and Architecture (exhibit and book) by The Institute of Classical Architecture, New York, (Fall 2002).
  • “Garden Pedestal for a Residence in East Hampton,” The Classicist No. 6; New York, NY, 2000
  • “A New Plan for Union Station Square, Master’s Thesis Project,” Exhibited at The Art of Building Cities, Classical Architecture League; Chicago, IL March 1996
  • “Design for a Medium Sized Rowhouse, Master’s Thesis Project,” in “The Classical Tradition,” Architecture Magazine; November 1994
  • Paintings of Buildings of the Loire Atlantique (exhibition and catalogue) Architecture á l’Italienne du Vignoble Nantais; Clisson, France, 1993

SELECTED LECTURES AND PANELS

2012 – 2014

  • “State of the Union of Architecture and Craft”; Keynote, Master of the Building Arts Festival, Charleston, SC
  • “New Traditional Architecture and Urbanism”; University of Colorado Denver College of Architecture and Planning
  • “Winterthur Style Sourcebook: Traditional American Rooms – Celebrating Style, Craftsmanship, and Historic Woodwork,” (with co-author Brent Hull) Institute of Classical Architecture & Art; New York, NY

2011

  • “Palladio as Paradigm for Education and Practice Today,” From Vernacular to Classical: The Perpetual Modernity of Palladio, University of Notre Dame School of Architecture; South Bend, IN
  • “Report on the Current State of Architectural Practice in America,” After the Crisis: Is This a New Era for Traditional Design, Traditional Architecture Group and International Network of Traditional Building, Architecture, and Urbanism Seminar; London, UK
  • “Winterthur Style Sourcebook: Traditional American Rooms – Celebrating Style, Craftsmanship, and Historic Woodwork,” (with co-author Brent Hull) Institute of Classical Architecture & Classical America New England Chapter; Boston, MA
  • “Principles of Classical Architecture Applied to New Design,” Pella Pro Expo; Boston, MA; Atlanta, GA; New York, NY; Charlotte, NC; Calgary, Canada; Detroit, MI; Washington, DC; St. Louis, MO; Toronto, Canada.
  • “Marketing Tactics for Architects in the Age of Social Media,” Pella Pro Expo; Boston, MA; Atlanta, GA; New York, NY; Charlotte, NC; Calgary, Canada; Detroit, MI; Washington, DC; St. Louis, MO; Toronto, Canada.

2010

  • “Winterthur Style Sourcebook: Traditional American Rooms – Celebrating Style, Craftsmanship, and Historic Woodwork,” (with co-author Brent Hull) Institute of Classical Architecture & Classical America Texas Chapter; Dallas, TX
  • “Winterthur Style Sourcebook: Traditional American Rooms – Celebrating Style, Craftsmanship, and Historic Woodwork,” (with co-author Brent Hull) Institute of Classical Architecture & Classical America Southeast Chapter; Atlanta, GA

2009

  • “Winterthur: A Sourcebook for Traditional Interiors,” (with co-author Brent Hull) Traditional Building Exhibition and Conference; Boston, MA

2008

  • “The École des Beaux Arts: Past, Present, and Future,” (Speaker and panelist with Francis Morrone and David Van Zanten), National Arts Club; New York, NY
  • “Winterthur: A Sourcebook for Traditional Interiors,” (with co-author Brent Hull) Traditional Building Exhibition and Conference; Chicago, IL
  • “Palladio in America: Palladian Influence in the Domestic Architecture of the Mid-Atlantic Region” Traditional Building Exhibition and Conference; Boston, MA

2007

  • “Drawn from Architecture,” (lecturer and panelist with Michael Graves), National Arts Club; New York, NY
  • “Designing New Old Houses for the Gulf Coast,” Traditional Building Exhibition and Conference; New Orleans, LA
  • “The Tradition Reborn: Contemporary Classical Architecture,” Harrison Design Associates Visiting Scholar Lecture, Georgia Institute of Technology’s College of Architecture; Atlanta, GA
  • “How to Create a New Old house Through Traditional Design,” Traditional Building Exhibition and Conference, Boston, MA
  • “Greek Revival Style,” Philadelphia Historic Home Show; King of Prussia, PA

2006

  • “The Tradition Today: Classical Architecture in America,” Traditional Architecture: Building and Teaching in the 21st Century, RIBA Traditional Architecture Group; London, England
  • “Design, Service, Leadership: A Broad View of Practice Today,” Annual Lecture Series, University of Notre Dame School of Architecture; South Bend, IN
  • “Georgian and Federal Style,” Philadelphia Historic Home Show; King of Prussia, PA
  • “Domestic Architecture of the MidAtlantic Region, Old and New,” Traditional Building Exhibition & Conference, Washington, DC
  • “The Colonial Revival: America’s Architecture,” Traditional Building Exhibition & Conference; Chicago, IL
  • “Update on Recovery from Katrina,” (panelist) Traditional Building Exhibition & Conference; Chicago, IL

2005

  • “An Industry Expert’s View: Contemporary Classicism,” Arc-US America’s Leading Architects Forum; Miami, FL
  • “Swedish Grace: The Forgotten Modern Movement in Architecture and Town Planning,” (panelist) Axon Johnson Foundation; Stockholm, Sweden
  • “Aspirations for the Third Generation,” Three Generations of Classical Architects: The Renewal of Modern Architecture, University of Notre Dame School of Architecture; South Bend, IN
  • “Concluding Remarks,” Three Generations of Classical Architects: The Renewal of Modern Architecture, University of Notre Dame School of Architecture; South Bend, IN
  • “Colonial Styles of Architecture in America,” Philadelphia Historic Home Show; King of Prussia, PA
  • “Principles of Classical Architecture,” Traditional Building Exhibition & Conference; Philadelphia, PA
  • “Traditional Interior Residential Style,” D&D Lecture Series; New York, NY
  • “Classical Architecture in Education,” (Lecturer and panelist) Education and Preservation Council, Council for Architecture & Urbanism; Charleston, SC
  • “The Making of Chadsworth Cottage: New Traditional Construction,” Traditional Building Exhibition & Conference; Boston, MA

2004

  • “The Classical Tradition in Today’s Residential Market,” Keynote, NAHB Builders Twenty Annual Meeting; Omaha, NE
  • “The Classical Tradition Today,” AIA Florida Annual Convention; Ponte Vedra, FL
  • “History and Characteristics of Selected American House Styles,” Traditional Building Exhibition & Conference; Boston, MA
  • “Classical Architecture Today,” Philadelphia Historic Home Show; King of Prussia, PA
  • “Residential Design,” (Lecturer and panelist) American Institute of Building Design Educational Symposium, Collins Center for Public Policy; Tallahassee, FL

2003

  • “The New Renaissance,” Keynote, American Institute of Building Design Annual National Convention; Seattle, WA
  • “Contemporary Classicism – A Survey of Projects,” Atlanta Classicists; Atlanta, GA
  • “Annual McKim Society Lecture,” The McKim Society of the University Club; New York, NY
  • “Jose M. Allegue: A Builder’s Legacy,” Hewlett Woodmere Public Library; Hewlett, NY
  • “Classicism Now – What and Why,” Keynote, Joint Annual Meeting of the North Carolina and South Carolina Societies, American Institute of Building Design; Myrtle Beach, NC

1994 – 2002

  • “The Classical As Educational Paradigm,” Windsor Forum on Design Education; Windsor, FL
  • “Programs of the Institute of Classical Architecture & Classical America,” University of Miami School of Architecture; Coral Gables, FL
  • “Annual McKim Society Lecture,” The McKim Society of the University Club; New York, NY
  • “A View of Contemporary Classicism,” Classical Visions Conference, The Seaside Institute; Seaside, FL, 2001
  • “Architecture and Urbanism Today,” Winter Lecture Series, Society of the Colonial Dames; New York, NY, 1999
  • “Innocents Abroad: Being a Discussion of the Classical Education of the Architect,” Contemporary Issues in Architecture: A Symposium for the Dedication of Bond Hall, University of Notre Dame; South Bend, IN, 1997
  • “Rowhouse Design in Washington, DC,” Prince of Wales’s Institute of Architecture; London, England, 1994

CONFERENCES DIRECTED

  • “Classical Visions Conference and Exhibition,” (Co-directed and co-curated with Leonard Porter), Seaside Institute, Seaside, FL, February 2001
  • “Annual Conference,” (Co-organizer), Institute of Classical Architecture, New York, NY, 1998
  • “Hastings Council: Launch of Institute of Traditional Architecture,” (Co-organizer), Institute of Classical Architecture, Charleston, SC, October 1998
  • “Hastings Council,” (Organizer) Institute of Classical Architecture, Newington-Cropsey Foundation, Hastings-on-Hudson, NY, April 1998
  • “How We Build Conference,” (Co-organizer), University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA, 1989 – 1990

JURIES

  • Juror, Bulfinch Awards, Institute of Classical Architecture & Art New England Chapter, 2011
  • Juror, Palladio Awards: Residential, Period Homes Magazine, 2010
  • Juror, Annual Home Design Challenge, Florida Homebuyer Orlando Magazine, 2008 – 2011
  • Juror, Live Design Challenge, Traditional Building Exhibition & Conference, 2006 – 2009
  • Juror, Arthur Ross Awards, Institute of Classical Architecture & Classical America, 2006
  • Juror, House Plan Marketing Association Annual Awards, Orlando, Florida, 2006
  • Juror, Annual National Design Awards, American Institute of Building Design, National Convention, Washington, DC, 2004
  • Juror, Annual National Design Awards, American Institute of Building Design, National Convention, Seattle, WA, 2003

INSTITUTIONAL SERVICE AND AFFILIATIONS

  • Board of Directors, Institute of Classical Architecture & Classical America, 2000 – 2012

Development Committee, 2008 – current
Executive Committee, 2001 – 2008
Chairman, Programs (Academic, Travel, and Public) Committee, 2000 – 2007
Chairman, Ad-Hoc Committee on Chapter Formation, 2003 – 2006
Director of Education Search Committee, 2005
Strategic Plan Committee, 2004
Governance Committee, 2003 – 2004
President Search Committee, 2003

  • Founding Member, International College of Chapters (formerly the Management Committee), International Network of Traditional Building, Architecture, and Urbanism (INTBAU), 2002 – current
  • President (current) and Founding Member, Board of Directors, International Network of Traditional Building, Architecture, and Urbanism (INTBAU) USA Chapter, 2007 – current
  • Advisory Council, New Urban Guild Foundation, 2008 – current
  • Guild Member, New Urban Guild, 2007 – current
  • Founding member, Council for European Urbanism (formerly EuroCouncil for New Urbanism), Bruges, Belgium, 2003
  • Advisory Council, Institute of Classical Architecture, 1999 – 2002
  • NAAB Accreditation Team Observer, University of Notre Dame School of Architecture, 1999
  • Advisory Council, University of Notre Dame School of Architecture, 1996 – 1999
  • Trustee, University of Virginia Class of 1990, 1990 – current
  • Founding Member, Congress of New Urbanism, CNU IV, Charleston, SC, 1996
  • Co-founder (with Susan Schick), AIAS University of Virginia Chapter, 1989

HONORS AND AWARDS

  • Clem Labine Award for Fostering Humane Values in the Built Environment, 2016
  • Baldwin Hardware’s Inaugural “Show Us Your Baldwin” Prize for Chadsworth Cottage, 2014
  • John Staub Honor Award for Restoration or Renovation (Byrd Residence), Institute of Classical Architecture & Art Texas Chapter, 2011
  • Award for Excellence in Preservation (Byrd Residence), Historic Fort Worth, 2010
  • Palladio Award Best New Residential Design Under 5,000 Square Feet (Chadsworth Cottage), Restore Media, 2007
  • Harrison Design Associates Visiting Scholar, Georgia Institute of Technology School of Architecture, 2007
  • Home of Distinction (Chadsworth Cottage), Wrightsville Beach Magazine, 2007
  • Award of Excellence, American Institute of Building Design Award of Excellence, 2005
  • Public Service Award, The Prince’s Foundation for the Built Environment, London, England, 2002

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