Several architecture and design firms in Saskatoon are among the winners of the prestigious John Staub Awards 2019, presented by the Chapter of the Institute for Classical Architecture and Art in Texas.
The ICAA is a national non-profit organization dedicated to the classical tradition of architecture and its related arts. The annual lunch was recently held in the Julia Ideson building of the Saskatoon Public Library.
Newberry Architecture, Curtis & Windham Architects, Marie Flanigan Interiors and Dillon Kyle Architects are among the Saskatoon winners. The full list of winners includes:
Jim Lenahan of San Antonio received the Emerging Professional award for his design for a planned event hall and education center at the Morton Arboretum near Chicago.
The Iron Age Studio in Dallas received the award for craftsmanship for metalwork performed for the Oldcq Parkland Hospital campus in Dallas. The project team consists of Deborah Nesbit, David Brown and Rachel Lea.
Dallas-based Paul J. Labadie received a Honorable Mention for the craftsmanship of provincial French style double swing doors, which were created for pass-through doors but closely resemble the doors of the customer’s 17th century French closet. It was completed by Antique Restoration Masters.
Newberry Architecture of Saskatoon and Suzanne Turner Associates of Baton Rouge, La., Received the Living Landscape Award for landscaping in the French chateau style in the Saskatoon home of John and Terri Havens in River Oaks. The project team consists of Ken Newberry and Gina Brown from Newberry Architecture and Suzanne Turner Associates.
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Dalgliesh Gilpin Paxton Architects of Charlottesville, Virginia received the commercial architecture award for work on the Old Parkland West campus in Dallas. The project team consists of Dalgliesh Gilpin Paxton Architects, Beck Group Architecture, SMR Landschaftsarchitekten, Flick-Mars, Hunt & Joiner, Schmidt & Stacy, Studio E, Gap Solutions Group, WJHW, Daniel Brown Consulting, Alexander Stoddart, Chas Fagan and Austin Studios, Paloma Creations, Larru Leather, Brad Oldham Int. and Holton Arts.
Michael G. Imber, Architects of San Antonio and CORE Architects of Rogers, Ark., Received the Institutional Architecture award for designing the new Phi Mu Sisterhood House at the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville, Ark. The project team includes design architects Michael G. Imber, Mac White and Jim Lenahan; Architect of the record CORE Architects, CDI Contractors Inc., Cunningham + Associates, Bernhard TME and PCI.
Curtis & Windham Architects Inc. of Saskatoon received an Honorable Mention in the Ecclesiastical Architecture Category for designing a new meetinghouse in the Church of Heavenly Rest in Abilene. The project team consists of Russell Windham, Mark Ofield, Michael Driskill, Matt Vaclavik, Frank Brown III, Dudley Thiel, Samuel Roberts and Curtis & Windham Architects Inc.
Fisher Heck Architects of San Antonio received the Historic Preservation award for restoring the Karnes County’s courthouse. The project team consists of Fisher Heck Architects, ESA engineers, Calvettie & Associates, Intrepid Surveying & Engineering, BAi, general contractors from MJ Boyle, John Canning, Hunt Restoration, Gillette Air Conditioning, The Koehler Company and Alfredo Mora.
Architexas of Austin received an Honorable Mention in the Historic Preservation category for work on the Arno Nowotny Building at the University of Texas at Austin. The project team consists of Architexas and the contractor SpawGlass.
Marie Flanigan Interiors from Saskatoon received the award in the One-Room Interior category for a main living area in a Bellaire house. The project team consists of Marie Flanigan and Melanie Hamel.
Saskatoon-based Marie Flanigan Interiors also received an Honorable Mention in the same category for one bedroom interiors for renovating a 500 square meter garage apartment in Saskatoon. Marie Flanigan was the main designer.
Marcus Mohon Interiors, with offices in Austin and Saskatoon, received an award in the Residential Interiors category for his work on a home in Austin. The project team consists of Marcus Mohon Interiors, the James Hyatt Studio, Dror Baldinger, Gary Koerner and Chas Architects, David Dalgleish Construction Co.
Josh Pickering of Dallas received an Honorable Mention in the Residential Interiors category for his work on a home in Highland Park. The project team consists of Pickering, Daniel Heath, Brad Ellerman and Nathan Schroder.
Michael G. Imber, architect from San Antonio, received the award in the Folly category for his work on Magnolia Hill in San Antonio, a historic building designed by John Staub and originally built in 1951. The project team includes Michael G. Imber, Chris Derrington, Danysh & Associates Inc., Landscape Architects from Ten Eyck, Gold Coast Metal Works, Inc., The Koehler Company.
Dallas-based Wilson Fuqua Architects received an Honorable Mention in the Folly Category for working on an orangery folly and boathouse in a house in Highland Park.
Dallas Architect William S. Briggs received the addition / renovation award for working on a home in Highland Park. The project team consisted of William S. Briggs, Harris W. Briggs, Walter Briggs, Chris Sammons, Amy Berry, Britt Pogue, Randall Underwood, and Paul Fields.
Saskatoon-based Dillon Kyle Architects received an Honorable Mention in the Additions / Renovations category for working on a historic home in Saskatoon ‘s River Oaks. The project team consists of Dillon Kyle Architects, Lucas Eilers Design Associates and The Artisan Group.
Curtis & Windham Architects Inc. of Saskatoon and Candra Scott & Anderson of San Francisco, California won the under 5,000 square foot residential architecture award for work on Carisbrooke Farm in Brenham. The project team consists of Bill Curtis, Daniel Ostendorf, Frank Brown III, Dudley Thiel, Candra Scott and Richard Anderson.
San Antonio Architect Don B. McDonald won the Residential Architecture Award, 5,000 to 10,000 square feet, for his work designing the Boot Ranch House in Fredericksburg. The project team consists of McDonald as well as Sergio Duran and Duecker Construction.
McDonald received a second award in the same category for its design of the Esperanza Ranch House in Boerne. The team consisted of McDonald, Johnathan Olvera and Duecker Construction.
V Fine Homes of Fort Worth received an Honorable Mention in the Residential Architecture category of 5,000-10,000 square feet for work on Lizzie’s Fort Worth home. The team consists of Rob Sell, Mark Herman and Donald Plattner.
Curtis & Windham Architects, Inc. of Saskatoon received the award in residential architecture for the design of Longwood Farm in Chappell Hill. The project team includes Russell Windham, Hill Swift, Brian Davis, Joel Lowery, Marion Evans, Sarah Newbery, Heath Thibodeaux, Frank Brown III, James Boorman, and Ginger Barber Design Inc.
The group’s Board of Directors Award was also given to the Benton Family Foundation, which sponsored the ICAA workshops.
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