In March, the Institute of Classical Architecture & Art revealed its PHILIP T. SHUTZE AWARDS in the areas of architecture, artisanship, landscape architecture, restoration and interior design. AH&L presents the 2019 winners.
Musso Design Group and Spitzmiller & Norris reimagine a Buckhead beauty, balancing traditional and contemporary elements to help the homeowners find common ground
Suzanne Kasler, Spitzmiller & Norris and Graham Pittman transform a 1927 treasure in the heart of Buckhead with color, craftsmanship and a heaping dose of patience
For his personal residence, John Banks and Spitzmiller & Norris transform a 1951 Lewis Crook-designed classic into an elegant retreat that graciously blends inside and out.
Architect Frederick Spitzmiller reconstructs an 1852 Greek Revival home for 21st-century living.
An Atlanta family answers the call of Lake Burton in this relaxing retreat by Spitzmiller & Norris and Teri Duffy.
Jewelry doyenne Laura Pearce enlists designer and friend Beth Ervin to update the interiors of a Spitzmiller and Norris–designed Buckhead abode in keeping with her carefully cultivated taste.
Residential designer Robert Norris tends to his passion in his Brookwood garden.