Duncan Stroik Wins the Arthur Ross Award for Classical Architecture

Posted May 27, 2016 7:54 pm by Gregory DiPippo

Duncan Stroik Wins the Arthur Ross Award for Classical Architecture

NLM has covered the work of classical architect Duncan Stroik on several occasions, and we are happy to offer him him our congratulations for winning the Arthur Ross Award.The Arthur Ross Award is the oldest award for classical architecture in the United States. It “recognizes and celebrates excellence in the classical tradition.” This year, Duncan Stroik, practicing architect and professor at the University of Notre Dame, received the Arthur Ross Award in McKim, Mead & White’s historic University Club in New York City.Stroik received his architectural education from the University of Virginia and Yale University. In 1990, after serving as

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