The Art Lover
Turn-of-the-century architect/designer Charles Rennie Mackintosh combined Arts & Crafts with Art Nouveau to create the "Glasgow Style."
Palladio Award-winning Virginia Burt Designs creates exterior spaces that speak to the heart and mind.
An Elegant Fit
Cooper Johnson Smith seamlessly combines form with function.
John Milner Architects' portfolio of new and restored residences combines craftsmanship, clarity and context.
David Jones Architects consistently proves the relevance of traditional design.
Substance Over Style
NYC-based Zivkovic Connolly Architects rejects rigid philosophy to create contextually appropriate work of enduring value.
Gregory Lombardi of Cambridge, MA, creates artful landscapes that will be appreciated for generations to come.
Mark P. Finlay Architects of Southport, CT, boasts an extensive portfolio of "brand-new old houses" and historic renovation projects.
Tried and True
Award-winning, Washington, DC-based Neumann Lewis Buchanan Architects has been creating highly personalized, finely crafted homes for more than two decades.
San Antonio-based Don B. McDonald Architect brings the regional architecture of rural Texas into the 21st century.
A Classic Duo
Greenwich, CT-based Hilton VanderHorn Architects has built a reputation for its high-end homes, drawing inspiration from regional precedents and Classical forms.
Field of Dreams
Charlotte, NC-based Don Duffy Architecture uses a thoroughly collaborative approach to turn clients' ideas into their ideal homes.
Ben Page and Gavin Duke of Nashville, TN-based Page Duke Landscape Architecture bring an historical perspective and artistic sensibility to a range of projects throughout the South.
Designer Michael Whaley brings a lifetime of accumulated aesthetic sensibility to a wide array of interior projects from New York City to the Caribbean.
A Life Less Ordinary
Ross Chapin Architects’ innovative responses to suburban sprawl and site-sensitive residential designs continue to attract national attention.
Grandberg & Associates Architects of Mt. Kisco, NY, specializes in distinctive new residences and historical renovation and renovation projects, including a 1920s Tudor that was recognized with a 2011 Palladio Award.
The Quintessential Classicist
Award-winning designer Christine G. H. Franck makes the case for Classicism through her projects, writing, teaching and advocacy work.
For more than a decade, Clawson Architects of Maplewood, NJ, has created highly individualized residential, retail and institutional projects throughout the Northeast.
Aligned with Nature
For 25 years, Atlanta, GA-based Land Plus Associates has orchestrated land planning and landscape architecture projects inspired by the likes of Gertrude Jekyll and Edwin Lutyens.
Past Styles, Present Tense
Philadelphia-based Eberlein Design Consultants has amassed an expansive portfolio of interior design projects over the last 25 years, including an 1851 five-story townhouse, a 1912 Georgian and a ca. 1909 mansion in southeastern Pennsylvania.
Architect, interior designer and furniture designer Bobby McAlpine of McAlpine Tankersley Architecture and McAlpine Booth & Ferrier Interiors infuses his projects with Classicism, modernity and romanticism.
Polhemus Savery DaSilva Architects Builders is a one-stop practice for residential, commercial and institutional buildings that challenge conventional Classicism.
By reinventing historic design precedents and melding old and new sustainable technologies, Dennis Wedlick Architect creates residences that are uniquely of their time and place.
Long Island Legacy
Through historic preservation, new single-family homes and New Urbanist town planning, ADL III Architecture of Northport and Westhampton Beach, NY, continues the architectural traditions of Long Island.
Gilded Age Redux
New Canaan, CT-based Wadia Associates creates residences of rare historical detail and opulence that recall the grand homes of the 19th and 20th centuries.
An Eye for Detail
With meticulous attention to historic detail, scale and proportion, Vermont-based Connor Homes utilizes prefabricated panelized construction to create homes that resemble stick-built residences in every way but cost.
Kelly Sutherlin McLeod's aptitude for Craftsman architecture has led to restoration and preservation projects throughout southern California, including Greene and Greene's Gamble House in Pasadena.
Cate Comerford AIA, LLC, restores the Victorian-era historic fabric of Ocean Grove, NJ, and designs new-construction projects sympathetic to the architectural traditions of the region.
Geoffrey Mouen Architects' historically inspired residences and public buildings combine New Urbanist ideals with the vernacular traditions of the southeastern U.S.
From its offices in Maryland, California and Turkey, Torti Gallas and Partners specializes in rebuilding and revitalizing urban areas with affordable and contextual designs based on the principles of New Urbanism.
Andrew Skurman Architects' portfolio of historically inspired residences brings the motifs of Classical Italy, England, Spain and France to the San Francisco Bay Area.
Charm, Character and Warmth
New York, NY-based G. P. Schafer Architect takes an holistic approach to design, as demonstrated by its portfolio of new construction and renovation projects – including three recently completed farmhouses in the Hudson Valley and two previous Palladio Award-winning projects.
All Things Considered
Best known for designing the original Katrina Cottage, New York, NY-based Marianne Cusato's portfolio also includes New Urbanist projects, an alternative design for the Alaska State Capitol and two forthcoming books, Get Your House Right and The Value of Design.
The Scholar Architect
Mark Alan Hewitt Architects of Bernardsville, NJ, specializes in restoration, renovation and historically inspired new construction; even before the firm's founding in 1998, Principal Mark Hewitt was championing traditional architecture through design and scholarship.
Strong client relationships have helped Birmingham, AL-based Dungan Nequette Architects build an impressive portfolio of custom residential, multi-family, mixed-use and planning projects throughout the Southeast.
The Quiet Architecture
Taking inspiration from the Low Country vernacular tradition, Beaufort, SC-based Moser Design Group has developed a business model around providing plans for New Urbanist Developments.
The Next Chapter
Drawing on the rich architectural traditions of Europe and the American South, Atlanta, GA-based Pak Heydt & Associates has designed more than 250 new residences and renovations over the past 10 years.
Since 1988, Washington, DC-based Barnes Vanze Architects has completed more than 400 projects. Many are in keeping with the firm's first design – additions to a Virginia farmhouse that appear as though they were constructed over generations.
Built to Last
Drawing on perennial European as well as regional design traditions, West Chester, PA-based Archer & Buchanan, Ltd., bridges the gap between traditional architecture and contemporary function.
A Sense of Place
Through courtyard housing, transit-oriented developments and vernacular New Urbanist projects, Pasadena, CA-based Moule & Polyzoides Architects and Urbanists continues to promote the harmony of the streets, neighborhoods, towns and cities of the American Southwest.
From the developments of Windsor and Seaside to Rosemary Beach and Alys Beach, the unaffected designs of Tampa-based Eric Watson, Architect, have made significant contributions to Florida’s New Urbanist architecture.
New Urban Outfitters
As the number of New Urbanist developments continues to rise, the 49-member, Miami, FL-based New Urban Guild has become an increasingly utilized resource in providing architecture to flesh out the plans.
Albert, Righter & Tittmann Architects, Inc., of Boston, MA, invokes historical precedent while finding fresh, innovative ways to meet client needs, creating homes throughout the Northeast that belong both to the past and the present.
Art of the Interior
From an Upper East Side apartment to a Texas ranch to a Bermuda beach house, New York, NY-based Brockschmidt & Coleman creates interiors that strike a delicate balance between comfort and formality.
Architecture of Our Time
Steven W. Semes has helped to both define and perpetuate the resurgence of the Classical tradition in contemporary architecture through teaching, writing and his own thriving practice.
City House, Country House
New York City-based John B. Murray Architect specializes in Classically inspired urban apartments and country homes in a range of historical styles.
Preservation in Practice
David Heide Design Studio's broad range of restoration, renovation, interior design and new construction projects honor the past while embracing the changes necessary for the survival of historic structures.
With New England in Mind
From single-family homes to mixed-use and New Urbanist projects, Providence, RI-based Donald Powers Architects specializes in modern interpretations of historical precedent.
Back to the Land
Drawing on traditions while meeting contemporary needs, Annapolis, MD-based Graham Landscape Architecture enhances the built environment in both its formal and more naturalistic designs.
Breadth and Depth
In a diverse career that has spanned almost four decades, New Haven, CT-based Robert Orr has built an impressive portfolio of single- and multi-family residences and New Urbanist projects.
A Diversity of Styles
New York City-based BKSK Architects has a diverse portfolio of new construction, renovations and restoration projects, including two that have been recognized with a Palladio Award.