“Breaking Arts” Features Washburn Award for Extown Cottage
“Breaking Arts,” an online column sponsored by The Arts Council of Greater New Haven and the New Haven Independent, has released a feature article covering the Alice Washburn House Award given to David D. Harlan Architects for the design of Extown Cottage.
The New Haven Independent “features daily reports and diverse public discussion about news in New Haven neighborhoods, government, politics, criminal justice, schools, business, arts and culture… and is produced in conjunction with the Online Journalism Project, a not-for-profit effort to promote professional-quality ‘stand-alone’ and ‘hyperlocal’ news sites on the Internet.”
“Local Architect Wins Design Award,” by David Brensilver. Published in “Breaking Arts” June 28, 2012.
Feature Article in Connecticut Magazine
Congratulations to David D. Harlan Architects and A. Defne Veral Interiors for their award-winning work on the Cottage at Extown Farm (New Cannan, CT). The 2012 recipients of the Alice Washburn House Award for excellence in traditional house design, they are featured in the July issue of Connecticut Magazine. The Alice Washburn House Award is given by AIA Connecticut and Connecticut Magazine each year. Check out the current issue for an article by Maria Lapiana and photographs by Robert Benson.
Recipient of AIA CT Alice Washburn Award
We are happy to announce that David D. Harlan Architects has received the 2012 Alice Washburn House Award for our work on the Extown Cottage in New Canaan, CT. Congratulations!
About The Alice Washburn House Award
An annual award program sponsored by AIA Connecticut and Connecticut Magazine to acknowledge excellence in traditional house design. Focused on style, this awards program is about the thoughtful and delightful adaptation of tradition to address 21st century needs in residential form.” — aiact.org
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