Press and Awards: Architecture

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Re: Studio for Civil Architecture / Studio for A.R.T. and Architecture

  • Mindy Pantiel, “Modular Lab” in Connecticut Cottages & Gardens, (January 2014): 78-83.
  • Ben Muessig, “Dreaming of a B-Quiet-E” in The Brooklyn Paper, (Brooklyn, New York), April 11, 2009, sec. A.
  • Lynn Nesmith, “Singular Beauty” in Beautiful Homes, (Summer 2008): 86-95.
  • Jorge S. Arango, “American Classic” in Robb Report Vacation Homes, (June/July 2008): 96-105.
  • “Para as 4 Estações” in Espaço D', (November 2007): 88-93.
  • Suzana Cabral de Mello, “Uma casa de montanha na Virginia” in Casa y Jardim, (September 2007): 76-85.
  • Melissa Schneider, “From Ruins to Residence” in Savannah Magazine, (Spring 2007): 26-37.
  • Samantha Brooks, Erika Heet, and William Kissel, “30 Top Architects” in Robb Report Design Directory,  (Summer, 2007).
  • Tracie Rozhon, “Designing a Starter Townhouse with a Twist” in The New York Times, (January 2007).
  • Jill Newman, “Cause Celebre” in Robb Report Luxury Home, (Fall 2006): 117-123.
  • Katherine Salant, “Brand New House” in Builder Magazine, (March 2005).
  • “It Started With the Staircase” in New York Living (February 2005).
  • Pat Curry, “Old World Elegance” in Builder Magazine (January 2005): 228-238.
  • Alan J. Heavens, “Forward to Traditional” in The Philadelphia Inquirer, (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania), January 30, 2005, sec. J01.
  • Roger M. Showley, “Showstoppers” in The San Diego Union Tribune, (San Diego, California), January 30, 2005.
  • Boyce Thompson, “Three’s a Charm” in Builder Magazine, (December 2004): 61-62.

Awards

Re: Ferguson Shamamian & Rattner Architects

  • Elle Roper, "Strolling Style" in Homes on the Water, (Spring/Summer 2011): 24-29.
  • Russell Versaci, Roots of Home. Newtown (CT): Taunton Press, 2008. Pp. 174-83 and 214-24.
  • “Antebellum Beauty” in Builder Magazine Online, (August 2006).
  • Robert Ostergaard, “A Model Home” in New Old House, (Spring 2005): 36-47.
  • William Weathersby Jr., “Low Country” in Robb Report Vacation Homes, (Winter 2005): 108-113.
  • “Classic & Rustic Home” in Korea Tatler, (March 2003): 188-193.
  • Sarah Medford, “A House for All Seasons” in Town & Country Magazine, (October 2002): 176ff.
  • Marina Hendricks, “On with the Showhouse” in The Sunday Gazette-Mail, (Charleston, West Virginia), Sunday, September 29, 2002, sec. F.
  • “The Neo-Neoclassicists” aired on CNN Business Unusual, May 19, 2002.
  • Craig Kellogg, “Back to the Waterfront” in Oculus: Newsletter of the New York AIA, Vol. 63, No. 10 (July 2001): 4.
  • Margaret Wazukia, “Ferguson Shamamian & Rattner Architects Design a Classical Entrance to the Proposed Brooklyn Bridge Park” in DesignArchitecure.com, June 27, 2001.
  • Louis Postel and Thomas Connors, “Star Pupils” in Design Times, Vol. XII, Number 14 (August/September 2000): 78ff.
  • Wendy Froede, “Park Foes State their Case”in Brooklyn Heights Paper, Vol. 23, No. 25 (Brooklyn, New York), June 13, 2000, pgs. 1, 19.
  • “Merit Award: McAllister Point Model Homes” in Residential Architect, (May 2000): 92.
  • “Neighborhoods and Districts: Richmond Hill, Georgia and Public Spaces: Proposal for a New Town Center” in Arches & Columns: Journal on Architecture and Urbanism, 7/8 (March 2000): 62, 75.
  • “McAllister Point and New Town Center for Glenwood, Illinois” in Arches & Columns: Journal on Architecture and Urbanism, No. 7/8 (March 2000): 62, 75.
  • “Ferguson Shamamian & Rattner Appointed Town Architect for The Ford Plantation” in DesignArchitecture.com, March 3, 2000.
  • Claire Conroy, “The Young Classicists” in Residential Architect, Vol. 3, No. 7 (November 1999): 43-48.
  • Allan Ripp, “Interview with Donald Rattner, Town Architect” in Ogeechee River Times, (Savannah, Georgia), Fall 1999: 14-15.
  • Wendy Moonan, “Designing Megahouses: When Money Is No Object” in Architectural Record, Vol. 186, No. 11 (November 1998): 75-78, 201.
  • Brook S. Mason, “The New Gilded Age” in The Art Newspaper, No. 84 (September 1998): 53.
  • Audra Shanley, “Expanding a Farmhouse in Pennsylvania” in Colonial Homes, Volume 24, Number 3 (July 1998): 38-45.
  • Kathleen Randall, “Beauty Rules” in Traditional Building Magazine, Volume 11, No. 3 (Spring 1998): 6, 142-143.
  • Clem Labine, “The New Classicists” in Traditional Building Magazine, Vol. 10, No. 5 (September/October 1997): 115-118, 182-185.
  • Jayne Merkel, “Testing at the Extremes: Houses Now” in Oculus: Newsletter of the New York AIA, Vol. 60, No. 2 (October 1997): 6-13.
  • Jayne Merkel, “Apartments and Lofts: in The New Humility” in Oculus: Newsletter of the New York AIA, Vol. 50, No. 10 (June 1997): 10-15.
  • Nina Rappaport, “In the Streetscape” in Oculus: Newsletter of the New York AIA, Vol. 59, No. 2 (October 1996): 5.
  • Larry Witzling, “Putting New Places into Older Suburbs: The Glenwood Village Hall” in Competitions Magazine, Vol. 6, No. 3 (Fall 1996): 20-33.
  • Suzanne Stephens, “Rejuvenating Georgian: A New England House Freshens a Historical Style” in Architectural Digest, Vol. 53, No. 5 (May 1996): 116-123.
  • Gilbert Schafer and Richard Cameron, “A View of the Process: A House and Garden in Connecticut” in The Classicist, Vol. 1 (1994/1995): 48-59.
  • Barbara Mayer, “Classic by Design” in The Advocate, (Stamford, Connecticut), Thursday, July 21, 1994, sec. B.

Awards

  • Aurora Grand Award: The Ford Plantation Clubhouse, Richmond Hill, GA. 2006.
  • Aurora Grand Award: A Residence at McAllister Point, Richmond Hill, GA.  2006.
  • Aurora Award, Georgia Best of State: The Rukin Residence, Richmond Hill, GA. 2005.
  • Merit Award, Builder Magazine/Builder’s Choice Design and Planning Awards: Ogeechee Clubhouse, The Ford Plantation, Richmond Hill, GA. 2004.
  • Grand Award, Builder Magazine/Builder’s Choice Design and Planning Awards: Site Plan for Oak Alley and Cherry Hill Village at The Ford Plantation, Richmond Hill, GA. 2003.
  • Merit Award, Builder Magazine/Builder’s Choice Design and Planning Awards: A Private Residence, McAllister Point at The Ford Plantation, Richmond Hill, GA. 2003.
  • Merit Award, Builder Magazine Builder’s Choice Design and Planning Awards: A Private Residence; The Town & Country Designer Show Home at The Greenbrier, White Sulphur Springs, WV. 2003.
  • Merit Award, Residential Architect Magazine Design Competition: Copeland Hill Cottage Row at The Greenbrier, White Sulphur Springs, WV. 2003.
  • Honorable Mention, Project for Brooklyn Heights River Front Promenade, USA Institute International Architecture. 2001.
  • Merit Award, Residential Architect Magazine Design Competition: McAllister Point Houses, The Ford Plantation, Richmond Hill, GA. 2000.
  • Honorable Mention, Competition for a New Town Hall and Development Plan for Glenwood, IL. 1996.

Re: Donald M. Rattner

  • “Period Drama” in Trends, (August, 2007): 76-83.
  • Sian Ballen, “Donald Rattner” in New York Social Diary Online, (July 2007).
  • Eve Kahn, “Civil Liberties” in House & Garden, (December 2003): 134-139.
  • Michael Lykoudis, “Parallel of the Classical Orders of Architecture” in Civitas, No. 4 (Spring 1999): 6-7.
  • Jayne Merkel, “On the Future of Classicism” in Oculus: Newsletter of the New York AIA, Vol. 61, No. 9 (May/June 1999): 8-9.
  • Clem Labine, “Learning from the Masters” in Traditional Building Magazine, Vol. 12, No. 1 (Jan/Feb, 1999): 42.
  • Elizabeth Via Brown, “A Classic Look” in the Montgomery Advertiser, (Montgomery,  Alabama), Oct. 30, 1993, sec. E.
  • Richard Economakis, ed., “A Public Library” in Building Classical. London, (1993): 245.
  • Eve Kahn, “The Apostle of Classicism” in Traditional Building Magazine, Vol. III, no. 6 (Nov/Dec, 1990): 5, 45.
  • Patricia G. Barnes, “Greeks, Romans, Lend Me Your Ideas” in the New Haven Register, (New Haven, Connecticut), June 22, 1986, sec. F.

Awards

  • Winner in international competition for the Young Architects Issue, Progressive Architecture Magazine. 1993.
  • Graham Foundation for the Fine Arts, Chicago, IL. Research grant for book project. 1998.
  • First Prize, Classical America Competition in Design. Exhibited at the Forbes Galleries, New York, NY. 1985.

Re: Institute for the Study of Classical Architecture

  • Catesby Leigh,  “The New Classicists: Architects Donald Rattner ’85 and Richard Cameron ’90 Aim to Revive Traditional Design” in Princeton Alumni Weekly, Vol. 98, No. 2, October 8, 1997, 22-25.
  • Wendy Moonan, “Classical Comeback” in Oculus: Newsletter of the New York AIA, Vol. LVII, no. 7 (April, 1995): 12f.
  • Patricia Leigh Brown, “Architecture’s Young Old Fogies” in The New York Times, Thursday, February 9, 1995, sec. C.
  • Philip Langdon, “The Reticent Revolutionaries” in Progressive Architecture Magazine, (December 1994): 43-44.
  • Barbara Mayer, “Brush Up on Your Doric, Ionic and Corinthian” in Associated Press Special Features, National Wire Service, July 7, 1994.
  • Young Architects Awards: “Donald M. Rattner, Educator” in Progressive Architecture Magazine, (July 1993): 104.