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ICAA Southeast Chapter to hold seventh annual Shutze Awards
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 ICAA Southeast Chapter to hold seventh annual Shutze Awards
Winners Recognized Among Industry Notables for Excellence at Awards Ceremony

 
ATLANTA – The Institute of Classical Architecture & Art (ICAA), Southeast Chapter were pleased to announce the winners of the Seventh Annual Shutze Awards at the Shutze-designed Piedmont Driving Club on Feb. 23. The Shutze Awards, named after the renowned architect Phillip Trammell Shutze, recognize excellence in traditional design and spotlight practitioners for their work while educating the general public and professionals about the enduring excellence, appeal and importance of traditional design and those in the community that contribute to its advancement.
 
The 2012 awards jury committee and master of ceremonies awarded 10 victors of various groups at a black-tie event that included a cocktail reception, elegant dinner and the Southeast’s finest design awards ceremony among prominent design practitioners.
 
“We were thrilled that Saturday evening marked another year of honoring a selection of unique individuals whose work portrays classical interiors and traditional designs that pay a profound tribute to Mr.Shutze’s architectural projects,” said Michelle Moody, president of ICAA, Southeast Chapter. “There were 250 attendees including the Southeast Chapter members, jury committee, master of ceremonies, sponsors, winners, families and design enthusiasts who joined together to celebrate this remarkable group of individuals and their unbelievable pieces of work.”
 
The 2012 Awards of Excellence in Classical Design Were Awarded to:

CATEGORY TITLE NAME FIRM
Artisanship/Craftsmanship Windley Residence - Grand Stair Kevin Grisso Custom Artisan Group
Landscape/Garden Design English Manor Garden John Howard Howard Design Studio
Residential, Under 4,000 sf A Mediterranean Style Villa, Lost Tree Village, Florida Stan Dixon D. Stanley Dixon Architect, Inc.
Residential 4,000 – 10,000 sf A Mountain Home, Cashiers James Carter James F. Carter, Inc.
Residential Over 10,000 sf Meyers Home William Baker William T. Baker & Associates
Commercial/Civic/Institutional Jane Hollock Brock Recital Hall Neil E. Davis Davis Architects
Residential Interior Design Pine Hill Place - Miller Residence Joel Kelly Joel Kelly Design
Renovation, Under 4,000 sf Robbins Residence Blair Robbins Blair Robbins Designs
Renovation, Over 4,000 sf Residential Renovation, Columbus Rick Spitzmiller Spitzmiller & Norris, Inc.
Other A Stable, Union Springs James Carter James F. Carter, Inc.

 
The call for entries closed in November and more than 50 submissions were entered by 35 different organizations, individuals and firms covering the Southeast Chapter including: Alabama, Georgia and Mississippi. For more information, please visit here www.classicist-se.org.

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