Natural Stone Institute Announces 2020 Tucker Design Award Recipients

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Oberlin, OH, July 14, 2020—The twelve winning projects of the 2020 Tucker Design Awards will be celebrated during a virtual ceremony on August 18 at 11am. The 2020 Bybee Prize recipient will also be announced during this virtual celebration.

The 2020 Tucker Design Award recipients are:

Eric Inman Daum, LLC
Boch Garden Pavilion
Norwood, Massachusetts

Valode & Pistre
Grande Arche de la Défense
Paris, France

Royal Alberta Museum
Edmonton, Alberta Canada

Eric Eggemeyer
Eggemeyer’s General Store
San Angelo, Texas

Place Vauquelin
Montreal, Quebec Canada

Liederbach & Graham Architects
An American House
Hinsdale, Illinois

McCrery Architects, LLC
Sacred Heart Cathedral
Knoxville, Tennessee

Meyer & Meyer
Archangel Estate
Brookline, Massachusetts

Sculpture Park & Bosque at 1775 Tysons Boulevard
McLean, Virginia

Scott L. Aker, AIA
June 5th Memorial Park
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

MdeAS Architects
645 Fifth Avenue, Olympic Tower
New York, New York

FFKR Architects
Philadelphia Pennsylvania Temple
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania


Jurors for the 2020 Tucker Design Awards were Bob Mortensen (Mortensen Associates), Renae Kwon (Wiss, Janney, Elstner Associates), and Julia Manglitz (TreanorHL).

The biennial Tucker Design Awards competition, which began in 1977, honors members of the design community who exhibit innovation and excellence in the use of natural stone. The Bybee Prize, named in honor of the late James Daniel Bybee (past president of the Building Stone Institute and former president of Bybee Stone Company), is awarded to an individual architect or landscape architect for a body of work executed over time and distinguished by outstanding design and use of natural stone.

To view photos and descriptions of the winning projects, please visit www.naturalstoneinstitute.org/tuckerawards.



About the Natural Stone Institute

The Natural Stone Institute is a trade association representing every aspect of the natural stone industry. The current membership exceeds 2,000 members in over 50 nations. The association offers a wide array of technical and training resources, professional development opportunities, regulatory advocacy, and networking events. Two prominent publications—the Dimension Stone Design Manual and Building Stone Magazine—raise awareness within the natural stone industry and in the design community for best practices and uses of natural stone. Learn more at www.naturalstoneinstitute.org


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