The Preservation Foundation of Palm Beach’s Elizabeth L. and John H. Schuler Award was established in 2005 by Schulers to recognize new architecture that is designed and built “in keeping with the traditional styles of Palm Beach architecture,” according to the foundation’s website.

The award complements the foundation’s Ballinger Award, which honors historically sensitive renovations of large estates; the Polly Earl Award, which honors similar renovations of small-scale proper properties; and the Lesly S. Smith Landscape Award, which honors a notable landscape project.

 

2001 Ballinger Award
Landmarked Home
Owner: Mr. & Mrs. Robert Wright
Palm Beach, Florida
Architect: Gwynne Thorsen, Michael Johnson
Restoration
8,000 under ai
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2004 Ballinger Award Landmarked Home
Owner: Mr. & Mrs. Ross
Palm Beach, Florida
Architect: Thomas M. Kirchhoff
Restoration
8,500 under air


2008 Ballinger Award
Landmarked Home
Owner: Mr. & Mrs. David Koch
Palm Beach, Florida
Architect: Thomas M. Kirchhoff
Renovation
38,000 under air

2012 Ballinger Award
1924 Addison Mizner
Owner: Mr. & Mrs. Roberto DeGardiola
Palm Beach, Florida
Architect: Saladrigas - Cohen
Renovation
9,500 under air

   
   
   
   
   

 

 

2006 Elizabeth and John Schuler Award
Owner: Mr. & Mrs. Eugene Dixon
Palm Beach, Florida
Architect: Thomas M. Kirchhoff
New Construction
16,000 under air


2013 Elizabeth and John Schuler Award
Owner: Ms. Kelly Klein
Palm Beach, Florida
Architect: 1100 Architect
New Construction
3900 under air

 

 

 

 

The Ballinger Award, first presented by the Preservation Foundation of Palm Beach in 1987, recognizes a renovation or restoration project that best reflects the history and traditions of Palm Beach architecture.

The award is named in honor of the late Robert I. Ballinger, former chairman of the town’s Landmarks Preservation Commission.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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