Professor Duncan Stroik Honored with 2016 Arthur Ross Award

Author: Ashley Johnston


Established in 1982 by Arthur Ross and Henry Hope Reed, the Awards are granted annually by the Institute of Classical Architecture & Art in recognition of the achievements and contributions of architects, painters, sculptors, artisans, interior designers, landscape designers, educators, publishers, patrons, and others dedicated to preserving and advancing the classical tradition. Duncan Stroik, in addition to having designed beautiful and remarkable churches and other building types, has made a seminal contribution to the discussion about sacred space. Through his efforts to found the Institute for Sacred Architecture and the Sacred Architecture Journal, he has led the discussion about a return to classical principles in the making of religious buildings and notably Catholic Churches.