Natural Stone Institute Announces 2022 Tucker Design Award Recipients
Natural Stone Institute
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Oberlin, OH, August 2, 2022—The eight winning projects of the 2022 Tucker Design Awards were celebrated during a ceremony at the Hockey Hall of Fame in Toronto on Wednesday, June 29. The 2022 Bybee Prize recipients, Tod Williams and Billie Tsien, were also celebrated during the ceremony.
The 2022 Tucker Design Award recipients are:
Andesite Ridge Retreat
Gallatin County, Montana
Seoul, South Korea
Calvin & Tina Tyler Hall at Morgan State University
Chateau Lynch-Bages New Bordeaux Winery
John G. Waite Associates, Architects, PLLC
Jefferson Column Capitals University of Virginia Rotunda
Patterhn Ives, LLC
Kol Rinah Synagogue
St. Louis, Missouri
Minneapolis Public Service Building
Jurors for the 2022 Tucker Design Awards were Craig Copeland (Pelli Clarke & Partners), Roger Jackson (FFKR Architects), and Cathy Offenberg (IBI Group).
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, 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.