David Scott Parker

Historical Society Wins National Award for Design Excellence

Greenwich Historical Society announced that its newly reimagined campus has received a Palladio award, the only national award that recognizes outstanding achievement in traditional design. Sponsored by Traditional Building Conference, the 18-year old initiative celebrates techniques developed through 2,500 years of Western architectural tradition, with a focus on design elements that enhance the beauty and humane qualities of the structures. read more...

Historical Society Wins Architectural Award for New Campus

The Society of American Registered Architects (SARA) awarded David Scott Parker Architects with a SARA Award Design of Merit for professional design excellence for the Greenwich Historical Society’s reimagined campus. Now in its 24th year, the prestigious awards program celebrates the work of architects selected from a pool of hundreds of new projects throughout the region by an esteemed jury. The awards were presented at a reception this month at Battery Park in New York. Earlier this year, the Greenwich Historical Society was recognized with an award for Preservation Excellence from the CT Trust for Historic Preservation. read more...

Historical Society’s Reimagined Campus Honored

Greenwich Historical Society’s newly reimagined campus is the recipient of an Award of Merit from the Connecticut Trust for Historic Preservation. The awards program honors outstanding achievement in protecting and nourishing Connecticut’s significant buildings, landscapes and communities, and the individuals and organizations whose work makes historic places shine and serve as an inspiration for others. read more...

Historical Society Landmarks Recognition Event

The Greenwich Historical Society’s Landmark Recognition reception, which honors distinctive properties that reflect Greenwich’s unique architectural heritage, announced it will plaque four properties at its May 7 celebration. The Perrot Memorial Library, Brant Art Education Center, and properties on Riversville and Stanwich roads will be presented with official Greenwich Landmark plaques for their value in preserving the town’s architectural legacy. read more...

Historical Society Launches Construction Phase of New Campus

A major milestone is being celebrated for the Reimagine the Greenwich Historical Society Campus Campaign with the official launch of the construction phase of the new campus. First announced to the public in November of 2015, the visionary $18.5 million campaign will enable the Historical Society to dramatically transform its campus to provide better access to its facilities and enrich its education and preservation programs. read more...