Stanford White Awards

by Don Friedman on December 5, 2012

The Institute for Classical Architecture & Art has announced its first group of design awards, and two projects that Old Structures collaborated on have won. Drumlin Hall is a large, classically styled private residence in the Hudson Valley designed by Peter Pennoyer Architects and completed in 2010. The Carnegie Hill apartment building is an addition and renovation of an old mansion, with the new work designed by Zivkovic Connolly Architects and John Simpson & Partners Ltd. We were the structural engineers for Drumlin Hall as well as working on the support of the new stone facade; we designed a new facade without expansion joints for the addition at the Carnegie Hill apartments, using a version of the cage construction idea popular in the 1890s.

The award ceremony will be held at the Racquet & Tennis Club, where we designed a facade restoration with Richard Rice Architects.

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