Welcome to our Architect Spotlight series, where we will be periodically featuring each of Kennebec’s preferred architects and showcasing some of their past projects. Today we are highlighting Atlanta and New York based architect firm, Historical Concepts.
Historical Concepts is an architectural partnership established in 1982 by James (Jim) L. Strickland, based in Atlanta, Georgia made up of a team of historians, designers, and practitioners. As a graduate of Yale University, Jim and his team strive to create original works of architecture through the classical tradition and lessons of historic precedent. Principals Terry Pylant, Aaron Daily, Andrew Cogar, Kevin Clark, and Domenick Treschitta are the hand-picked professionals from the nation’s top traditional architecture programs, making them more than qualified to lead the Historical Concepts design team. Historical Concepts has a staff of 37 employees who are committed to furthering their knowledge of architecture by pursuing roles in various projects.
Arthur Ross Award for Architecture–given by the Institute of Classical Architecture & Art
Stanford White Award–Bridgehampton Farmhouse Renovation, 2017, 2016, 2015
AIA Atlanta Honor Award, Residential Design, 2017
Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles, December 2018, “Beauty on the Bayou”
Modern Farmhouse Home & Living, April 2018, “In With The Old”
Elle Decor, June 2017, “Lesson Plans”
They were chosen to design the 2019 Southern Living Idea House, located at Crane Island, Florida.