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  1. 1. N e w Pa l l a d i a N s
  2. 2. N e w Pa l l a d i a N s i am delighted that the five-hundredth anniversary of the birth of andrea Palladio has provided an occasion for The Prince’s Foundation for the Built environment and the Traditional architecture Group to join forces to mount a major exhibition of work by the world’s leading practitioners of traditional and classical architecture. The support of this event by INTBAU and the institute of Classical architecture in the United states has meant that, for the first time, the four major organisations that champion the values of humanism, tradition, continuity and environmental stewardship come together. The exhibition reaffirms the goal that we share together of establishing a credible counterpoint to the constant erosion of cornerstones of traditions in architecture and building that have resiliently lasted for generations after Palladio. it is very encouraging to see that at the outset of the twenty-first century so many leading architects across many generations and countries with different traditions have come together in celebration of values that transcend borders, age and indeed cultures. The Prince’s Foundation, through its activities and network, has been instrumental in providing a platform for, as well as a link between, education and best practice. i am particularly pleased that so many of the architects who are part of our network and membership programme are represented in the exhibition or are part of the supporting organisations. Palladio’s legacy and his buildings will continue to educate, delight and enlighten future generations. it is therefore vital that we capture the spirit and essence of his legacy and use his wisdom to shape our own environment. This will, in turn, allow us to build buildings that endure and create towns, cities and places that inspire future generations who may cast a critical eye on the legacy we leave behind. i congratulate the New Palladians; through their work they continue to enrich and make relevant Palladio’s principles, which imbue their buildings with a sense of history and continuity. Their endeavours preserve a rich tradition that has illuminated the path of architects of many generations into the future we inhabit today. Hank Dittmar Chief Executive The Prince’s Foundation for the Built Environment
  3. 3. N e w Pa l l a d i a N s The organisers express their gratitude to the sponsors of the exhibition, SYMM, for their generosity. The exhibition would not have been possible without the help encouragement and support of the following individuals and organizations: Symm aidan Mortimer The Traditional Architecture Group Jan Maciag, david watkin, Nigel anderson The Prince’s Foundation for the Built Environment Hank dittmar, Ben Bolgar, steve Parissien, Michael wetherell Gareth davies, Philip King, sarah Baleiza, edith Platten The Institute of Classical Architecture & Classical America Victor deupi, Jessica Ouderkerk International Network for Traditional Building, Architecture & Urbanism Matthew Hardy, aura Neag And Baba Hobart, Jan Hauger, Rupert Crossley, Zuber debar, amy spraggs all illustrations copyright of the respective individuals and practices. Cover drawing reproduced by kind permission of Francis Terry. Contents of the exhibition and catalogue may not be reproduced except by permission of the Traditional architecture Group and the Prince’s Foundation for the Built environment. ii
  4. 4. N e w Pa l l a d i a N s T he Traditional Architecture Group (TAG) is a society linked with the Royal institute of British architects. The group was established in 2001 with the aim of promoting and celebrating the achievements of architects who are inspired by and follow the principles of traditional and classical architecture as a living source of inspiration for creating contemporary buildings, towns and cities. The five-hundredth anniversary of the birth of andrea Palladio has provided a fitting occasion for the TAG and The Prince’s Foundation for the Built environment to gather the exponents of traditional and contemporary classical architecture in a single event in celebration of the legacy of Palladio and his indelible influence on their work. we are particularly encouraged by the support of INTBAU and the institute of Classical architecture and Classical america; their support reaffirms the common goal of a return to fundamental and transcendental humanist values in the art of architecture and the craft of building. The exhibitors represent an avant-guard of commercially successful and flourishing practices whose influence is rapidly spreading around the world and helping to shape the twenty-first century’s towns, cities and environment in a sustainable manner. Unfettered by the contingencies of transient technological paradigms, the New Palladians continue to build on and enhance his legacy within the contemporary practice of classicism and traditional architecture. with the belief that modernity is a qualitative and not a chronological category, their body of work continues to reflect Palladio’s sustainability and integrity in a new ecological humanism and urban civility. The architecture of the New Palladians is inventive, innovative and part of a continuum, but always and fundamentally inseparable from the fabric of a tradition that itself is thoroughly alive and very changeable. Alireza Sagharchi Lucien Steil Secretary The Prince’s Foundation The Traditional Architecture Group for the Built Environment iii
  5. 5. N e w Pa l l a d i a N s
  6. 6. ROBeRT adaM ViCTOR alleN NiGel aNdeRsON JOsé FRaNqUeiRa BaGaNHa JUliaN BiCKNell PieR CaRlO B ONTeMPi RalPH B O OM MieKe B Osse JaVieR CeNiCaCelaya PiOTR CHOyNOwsKi GONçalO CORNeliO da silVa JOsé CORNeliO da silVa ViCTOR deUPi PeTeR dRiJVeR RiCHaRd eCONOMaKis aNNe FaiRFax CHRisTiNe FRaNCK CRaiG HaMilTON MaT THew HaRdy léON KRieR MiCHael lyKOUdis JaN MaCiaG daVid MayeRNiK dUNCaN MCROBeRTs ROBeRT PaTZsCHKe HUGH PeT TeR JaqUeliN T. ROBeRTsON aliReZa saGHaRCHi iñiGO salOña RiCHaRd FRaNKliN saMMONs JOHN siMPsON GeORGe saUMaReZ sMiTH THOMas GORd ON sMiTH lUCieN sTeil ROBeRT a.M. sTeRN dUNCaN sTROiK FRaNCis TeRRy qUiNlaN TeRRy saMiR yOUNés
  7. 7. N e w Pa l l a d i a N s N E W PA L L A D I A N S ROBeRT adaM NEW OFFICE BUILDING, PICCADILLY, LONDON NEW HOUSE, SURREY NEW HOUSE ROB E RT A DA M ROBERT ADAM ARCHITECTS N E W PA L L A D I A N S ROB E RT A DA M ROBERT ADAM ARCHITECTS 2
  8. 8. N e w Pa l l a d i a N s ViCTOR alleN 3
  9. 9. N e w Pa l l a d i a N s N E W PA L L A D I A N S NiGel aNdeRsON NEW HOUSE, HAMPSTEAD NEW HOUSE, ULSTER RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT, BENTLEY PRIORY NI GEL A ND ERSON ROBERT ADAM ARCHITECTS N E W PA L L A D I A N S NEW HOUSE, DORSET NEW HOUSE, SUSSEX NEW HOUSE, HAMPSHIRE NEW HOUSE NI GEL A ND ERSON ROB E RT A DA M A RC H I TE C TS 4
  10. 10. N e w Pa l l a d i a N s JOsé FRaNqUeiRa BaGaNHa 5
  11. 11. N e w Pa l l a d i a N s JUliaN BiCKNell 6
  12. 12. N e w Pa l l a d i a N s PieR CaRlO B ONTeMPi 7
  13. 13. N e w Pa l l a d i a N s RalPH B O OM RALPH BOOM DESIGNS INTERIOR • BUILDING • LANDSCAPE & URBAN DESIGNS AUF DEM DANNENKAMP 49 • 46395 BOCHOLT • GERMANY FON:+49-2871-234 5920 • FAX:+49-2871-234 5929 • MAIL:R.BOOM@RALPHBOOM.COM RALPH BOOM DESIGNS INTERIOR • BUILDING • LANDSCAPE & URBAN DESIGNS AUF DEM DANNENKAMP 49 • 46395 BOCHOLT • GERMANY FON:+49-2871-234 5920 • FAX:+49-2871-234 5929 • MAIL:R.BOOM@RALPHBOOM.COM 8
  14. 14. N e w Pa l l a d i a N s MieKe B Osse & PeTeR dRiJVeR 9
  15. 15. N e w Pa l l a d i a N s JaVieR CeNiCaCelaya & iñiGO salOña RURAL CENTRE AT LA RIGADA MULTIPURPOSE HALL SAGRADA FAMILIA BUILDING OF APARTMENTS MUSKIZ. BIZKAIA, SPAIN, 1985-87 DERIO. BIZKAIA, SPAIN, 1987-89 BRUSSELS. BELGIUM, 1992-95 OFFICE BUILDING BERLIN. GERMANY, 2002 JAVIER CENICACELAYA & IÑIGO SALOÑA ARCHITECTS BILBAO . SPAIN RAILWAY STATION RAILWAY STATION SANTURTZI. BIZKAIA, SPAIN, 2003-2004 SANTURTZI. BIZKAIA, SPAIN, 2003-2004 ATXURI HOUSE IZARRA HOUSE ATXURI HOUSE IZARRA HOUSE BILBAO. BIZKAIA, SPAIN, 2005-08 IZARRA. ARABA, SPAIN, 2004-06 BILBAO. BIZKAIA, SPAIN, 2005-08 IZARRA. ARABA, SPAIN, 2004-06 ELEXALDE HOUSE ASTARLOA HOUSE - CULTURAL CENTRE GALDAKAO. BIZKAIA, SPAIN, 1995-97 DURANGO. BIZKAIA, SPAIN, 1990-95 ELEXALDE HOUSE ASTARLOA HOUSE - CULTURAL CENTRE GALDAKAO. BIZKAIA, SPAIN, 1995-97 DURANGO. BIZKAIA, SPAIN, 1990-95 PROJECT FOR A UNIVERSITY LIBRARY JAVIER CENICACELAYA & IÑIGO SALOÑA AMIENS. FRANCE, 1991 ARCHITECTS PROJECT FOR A UNIVERSITY LIBRARY JAVIER CENICACELAYA .& IÑIGO SALOÑA BILBAO SPAIN AMIENS. FRANCE, 1991 ARCHITECTS BILBAO . SPAIN 10
  16. 16. N e w Pa l l a d i a N s GONçalO CORNeliO da silVa 11
  17. 17. N e w Pa l l a d i a N s JOsé CORNeliO da silVa 12
  18. 18. N e w Pa l l a d i a N s ViCTOR deUPi 13
  19. 19. N e w Pa l l a d i a N s RiCHaRd eCONOMaKis 14
  20. 20. N e w Pa l l a d i a N s aNNe FaiRFax 15
  21. 21. N e w Pa l l a d i a N s CHRisTiNe FRaNCK Waterfront elevation of Chadsworth Cottage (above) is modeled on both Palladian and local North Carolinian precedents. Lower passage at Chadsworth Cottage (above) extends from the front to the back of the house, filling the first floor View into Dining Room (below left) shows a portion of the interior column screen dividing the Living Room, Lower Pas- rooms with light from the stair hall and waterfront porch, as well as providing passive cooling during hot summers. Wa- sage, and Dining Room. Master Bedroom (below right) displays the owner’s collection of French Empire and American terfront balcony railing (below left) reinterprets the bundled wheat railing design often found in American Georgian and Classical furniture and decorative arts. Federal period architecture. Serlian window detail (below right) shows design possibilities using stock products. Design & Decoration C HRISTINE G. H. FRANCK is a designer and educator Art of Building Cities, and A Decade of Art and Architec- based in New York City. Before establishing her ture. In 2007 her debut residential project, Chadsworth Cot- own practice, she interned with the office of Allan tage, shown here, was awarded the Palladio Award for Best Greenberg, Architect in Washington, DC and served as New Residential Construction Under 5000 Square Feet. the first Executive Director of the Institute of Classi- Designed as a show-house to demonstrate that correct cal Architecture & Classical America (ICA&CA). Ms. and beautiful classical architecture can be created using stock Franck currently serves on the Board of Directors of the products at a moderate coast, Chadsworth Cottage is embed- ICA&CA and the College of Chapters of the International ded in the Anglo-Palladian tradition underlying North Caro- Network of Traditional Building, Architecture, and Urban- lina’s Georgian and Federal architectural history. ism (INTBAU). Her design sensitivity was developed at Situated at the northern tip of a coastal barrier island, an early age in her hometown of Williamsburg, Vir- Chadsworth Cottage was required to meet stringent building ginia. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Architecture codes related to the hurricane and flood prone area. For ex- from the University of Virginia and a Master of Ar- ample, the entire lower level of the house was designed to chitecture from the University of Notre Dame. break-away from the structure during flood events and win- Her award-winning residential design work in- dows and doors had to meet high performance standards. cludes such diverse projects as the design and decora- Though the site imposed many challenges, these challenges tion of custom residences, the renovation of apartments created opportunities for unique design solutions. and lobbies in New York City, and market-rate housing Ms. Franck’s work on Chadsworth Cottage also in- design for New Urban developments. Her work has cluded the full decoration of the new home and design of been published in Architecture, New Old House, Period the landscape. Occupying a prominent position within the Homes, Residential Architect, Wrightsville Beach Magazine, landscape, the home has become a recognizable landmark to Wilmington Magazine, In Style Magazine, The Classicist No. 6, local mariners and was recently recognized as Wrightsville A Decade of Art and Architecture and exhibited at The Beach Magazine’s Home of Distinction. Christine G. H. Franck, Inc. New York, New York E Detail of the pediment at Chadsworth Cottage (above). Ms. Franck discusses the Campidoglio with an ICA&CA Rome The landside elevation of Chadsworth Cottage (above). Ms. Franck instructs an ICA&CA Summer School student in Drawing Tour student (below left). Study of a window at the Campidoglio (below right), ink and charcoal on paper. rendering techniques (below left). The ICA&CA’s Rome Drawing Tour students enjoy a daily review of their work at New Old House Magazine Building Blocks illustrations (center of page). the Tempietto (below right) prior to a guided walking tour. Education & Writing the Pythagoras School, a new traditional building crafts Developing and directing educational programs for profes- school. For this group she has created a program develop- sional, student, and public audiences is an essential compo- ment plan now being implemented. nent of Ms. Franck's practice. After serving a teaching ap- Writing commissioned books and articles is another pointment in Rome for the University of Notre Dame outlet for Ms. Franck’s educational mission, as these re- School of Architecture in 1996 and 1997, she was ap- sources educate professionals and the general public alike pointed the first Executive Director of the ICA&CA. Ms. about good architecture and its history. She is the author Franck now serves on the Board of Directors of the and designer of Jose M. Allegue: A Builder’s Legacy, commis- ICA&CA and the College of Chapters of the International sioned by Mr. Lloyd Zuckerberg. Nearing completion is the Network of Traditional Building, Architecture and Urban- ICA&CA’s Handbook of Classical Architecture, of which Ms. ism. In addition to her volunteer work for these organiza- Franck is the editor and a contributing author. Her column, tions, she also speaks regularly on topics related to Classical Building Blocks, appears in each issue of New Old House Maga- architecture, both old and new, and has become a recog- zine. For each column Ms. Franck contributes an article and nized expert on traditional American domestic architecture. an original hand drawn sketch. Since 1996 she has developed, directed, and adminis- Recognizing her leadership, in 2002 the Prince's Foun- tered educational programs such as the Institute of Classical dation awarded her the first Public Service Award for quot;her Architecture & Classical America’s (ICA&CA's) Certificate outstanding contribution to architectural education and de- in Classical Architecture for Design and Construction Pro- sign.quot; In 2007 she was appointed Harrison Design Scholar fessionals, which she created for the American Institute of at the Georgia Institute of Technology College of Architec- Building Design (AIBD); the ICA&CA’s Summer Program ture. And in 2009 she will serve as visiting critic at the Uni- in Classical Architecture, its Rome and Naples Architectural versity of Notre Dame School of Architecture. In all her Drawing Tours, and its Continuing Education program educational work Ms. Franck strives to improve the literacy which now reaches over 250 professionals each semester. and skill of designers and builders, whether they work in the Prior to her volunteer work at the ICA&CA, she adminis- high-end custom realm or in the mass market, and the appre- tered the only two American Summer Schools of The ciation and literacy of the general public. Prince of Wales's Foundation. She has recently consulted to Christine G. H. Franck, Inc. New York, New York E 16
  22. 22. N e w Pa l l a d i a N s CRaiG HaMilTON A NEW COUNTRY HOUSE CHAPEL FACADE 17
  23. 23. N e w Pa l l a d i a N s MaT THew HaRdy 18
  24. 24. N e w Pa l l a d i a N s léON KRieR 19
  25. 25. N e w Pa l l a d i a N s MiCHael lyKOUdis 20
  26. 26. N e w Pa l l a d i a N s JaN MaCiaG 21
  27. 27. N e w Pa l l a d i a N s daVid MayeRNiK 22
  28. 28. N e w Pa l l a d i a N s dUNCaN MCROBeRTs 23
  29. 29. N e w Pa l l a d i a N s ROBeRT PaTZsCHKe 24
  30. 30. N e w Pa l l a d i a N s N E W PA L L A D I A N S HUGH PeT TeR NEW COUNTRY HOUSE, SURREY NEW COUNTRY HOUSE, BERKSHIRE NEW COUNTRY HOUSE, HERTFORDSHIRE H U G H P E TTE R ROBERT ADAM ARCHITECTS N E W PA L L A D I A N S MILLENNIUM ARCH, ATLANTA, USA NEW HOUSE NEW COUNTRY HOUSE, GLOUCESTERSHIRE H U G H P E TTE R ROBERT ADAM ARCHITECTS 25
  31. 31. N e w Pa l l a d i a N s JaqUeliN T. ROBeRTsON 26
  32. 32. N e w Pa l l a d i a N s aliReZa saGHaRCHi 27
  33. 33. N e w Pa l l a d i a N s RiCHaRd FRaNKliN saMMONs 28
  34. 34. N e w Pa l l a d i a N s JOHN siMPsON 29
  35. 35. N e w Pa l l a d i a N s NEW HOUSE, HAMPSHIRE GeORGe saUMaReZ sMiTH G E ORG E S AU MA R E Z S MI TH ROBERT ADAM ARCHITECTS NEW SUMMERHOUSE, HAMPSHIRE G E ORG E S AU MA R E Z S MI TH ROBERT ADAM ARCHITECTS 30
  36. 36. N e w Pa l l a d i a N s THOMas GORd ON sMiTH 31
  37. 37. N e w Pa l l a d i a N s ROBeRT a.M. sTeRN 32
  38. 38. N e w Pa l l a d i a N s dUNCaN sTROiK   33
  39. 39. N e w Pa l l a d i a N s FRaNCis TeRRy 34
  40. 40. N e w Pa l l a d i a N s qUiNlaN TeRRy 35
  41. 41. N e w Pa l l a d i a N s saMiR yOUNés 36
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