Half of the award-winning architectural duo of Fairfax & Sammons, Anne Fairfax ’72, was recently recognized with two awards: The Addison Mizner Medal for Excellence in Classical & Traditional Architecture and the Hyland Award for Excellence in Design.
Partners in business as well as in marriage, Anne Fairfax and Richard Sammons are founding partners of the firm. Specializing in residential architectural design, Fairfax & Sammons work has been featured in publications such as The New York Times, Country Life, Architectural Digest, Southern Accents, Old House Journal, Period Homes, Traditional Building, and New Old House.
Anne has designed many new buildings in traditional styles and restored numerous historic houses in diverse locations including New York, Barbados, Virginia, and Honolulu. She serves on the Board of the Institute of Classical Architecture & Classical America, the Royal Oak Foundation and the Merchant's House Museum. She has taught at the Prince’s Foundation American Summer School and was the Harrison Visiting Scholar at Georgia Institute of Technology in 2004.
Anne Fairfax '72 (second from left) receives the Hyland Award for Excellence in Design