STUDIO

Recognition





Awards

STATE OF TENNESSEE DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENT AND CONSERVATION

Music City Center
Governor’s Environmental Stewardship Award

ENGINEERING NEWS-RECORD AWARDS

Music City Center
Best project, Sports/Entertainment category

CHICAGO ATHENAEUM MUSEUM OF ARCHITECTURE, THE AMERICAN ARCHITECTURE AWARDS

Nashville Public Square
American Architecture Award
Frist Center for the Visual Arts
American Architecture Award
Brooks Fiber Communications Headquarters
Selected for Award Exhibition
Tennessee World War II Memorial
Selected for Award Exhibition

BUILDER’S CHOICE NATIONAL DESIGN AWARDS PROGRAM

Butler’s Run / Turner Residence
Merit Award
Riverfront Apartments
Grand Award

ASSOCIATED BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS NATIONAL AWARDS OF EXCELLENCE PROGRAM

Music City Center
Commercial Mega-Project over $100 Million
Frist Center for the Visual Arts
National First Award of Excellence
Tennessee Bicentennial Capitol Mall
National First Award of Excellence

GREEN ROOFS FOR HEALTHY CITIES NATIONAL AWARDS PROGRAM

Nashville Public Square
Award of Excellence

AMERICAN LIBRARY ASSOCIATION & INTERNATIONAL INTERIOR DESIGN ASSOCIATION NATIONAL DESIGN AWARDS

Civil Rights Room at Nashville Public Library
National Honor Award

AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS GULF STATES REGIONAL DESIGN AWARDS PROGRAM

Civil Rights Room at Nashville Public Library
Honor Citation
Middle Tennessee State University Sports Hall of Fame
Honor Citation
Edmondson Pike Public Library
Honor Citation
Brooks Fiber Communications Headquarters
Merit Award
Butler’s Run / Turner Residence
Honor Award
Tennessee Bicentennial Capitol Mall
Honor Award
Farmers’ Market of Nashville
Honor Award
Caislean Conaire Residence
Honor Award
Richard Small Residence

Honor Award

Tennessee State University Campus Center
Merit Award
Runyon-Atkinson Residence
Honor Award
Cumberland Valley Girl Scout Center
Honor Award
Ragan Smith Murphy Rehabilitation
Honorable Mention
Riverfront Apartments
Honor Award
First American Anytime Banker ATM
Honor Award

AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS ST. LOUIS CHAPTER DESIGN AWARDS PROGRAM

Brooks Fiber Communications Headquarters
Honor Award

ATLANTA DECORATIVE ARTS COUNCIL SOUTHEASTERN DESIGNER OF THE YEAR AWARDS PROGRAM

Warner Bros. Records Headquarters
Merit Award
Runyon-Atkinson House
First Award

AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS TENNESSEE CHAPTER DESIGN AWARDS PROGRAM

Nashville Public Square
Award of Merit
M.T.S.U. Sports Hall of Fame
Award of Excellence
Civil Rights Room at Nashville Public Library
Award of Merit
Lipscomb University Allen Arena
Award of Commendation
Edmondson Pike Public Library
Award of Excellence
Frist Center for the Visual Arts
Award of Excellence
Country Music Hall of Fame & Museum
Award of Merit
Tennessee Valley Unitarian Universalist Church
Award of Merit
Montgomery Bell Academy Ingram Science Building
Award of Merit
Woodmont Hills Church of Christ
Award of Excellence
Tennessee Aquarium IMAX Center
Award of Merit
Tennessee Bicentennial Capitol Mall
Award of Excellence
Farmers’ Market
Award of Merit
Butler’s Run / Turner Residence
Award of Excellence
Caislean Conaire Residence
Award of Merit
Cumberland Valley Girl Scout Center
Award of Excellence
Tennessee State University Campus Center
Award of Merit
Cigarran Residence
Award of Excellence
Marvin Runyon Residence
Award of Excellence
First American Brentwood Branch Bank
Award of Merit
Ragan Smith Murphy Rehabilitation
Award of Excellence
Doctors’ Building
Award of Merit
Riverfront Apartments
Award of Excellence
David Andrews Residence
Award of Excellence
Wholemeal Residence
Award of Excellence

SOUTH CENTRAL CONSTRUCTION DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION AWARDS PROGRAM

Buttrick Hall at Vanderbilt University
Best of 2006 Judges Award
M.T.S.U. Sports Hall of Fame
Best Public Architecture Award
Civil Rights Room at Nashville Public Library
Award of Merit for Public Architecture

MASONRY INSTITUTE OF TENNESSEE DESIGN AWARDS PROGRAM

Avenue Bank Green Hills Branch
Excellence Award
Mt. Zion Baptist Church, Antioch
Merit Award
Tennessee State University Performing Arts Center
Merit Award
Allen Arena at Lipscomb University
Honorable Mention
Country Music Hall of Fame & Museum
Excellence Award
Montgomery Bell Academy Ingram Science Building
Excellence Award
Tennessee Carillon at Bicentennial Mall
Excellence Award
Allen Bell Tower at Lipscomb University
Excellence Award
Tennessee World War II Memorial
Excellence Award
Brooks Fiber Communications Headquarters
Excellence Award
Woodmont Hills Church of Christ
Excellence Award
Private Business, Inc. Headquarters
Merit Award
Caislean Conaire Residence
Excellence Award
Warner Bros. Records Headquarters
Merit Award
Cumberland Valley Girl Scout Center
Excellence Award
Riverfront Apartments
Excellence Award

AMERICAN SOCIETY OF LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTS TENNESSEE CHAPTER AWARDS PROGRAM

Tennessee Bicentennial Capitol Mall
Honor Award
Bicentennial Mall & Capitol Area Master Plan
Honor Award

TENNESSEE CONCRETE ASSOCIATION DESIGN AWARDS PROGRAM

Country Music Hall of Fame
Excellence in Concrete
Tennessee Bicentennial Capitol Mall
Excellence in Concrete

 

GREATER NASHVILLE REGIONAL COUNCIL EXCELLENCE IN DEVELOPMENT AWARDS PROGRAM

Lofts at 160
Award of Excellence
Buttrick Hall at Vanderbilt University
Award of Excellence
Mount Zion Baptist Church
Merit Award
Black Cultural Center at Vanderbilt University
Merit Award
Lipscomb University Allen Arena
Award of Excellence, 2002
Frist Center for the Visual Arts
Honor Award
Country Music Hall of Fame & Museum
Merit Award
Montgomery Bell Academy Ingram Science Building
Honor Award
Tennessee Carillon at Bicentennial Capitol Mall
Honor Award
Private Business Inc. Headquarters
Honor Award
Tennessee World War II Memorial
Special Medallion
Honor Award
Woodmont Hills Church of Christ
Merit Award
Tennessee Bicentennial Capitol Mall
Honor Award
Farmers’ Market
Merit Award
Butler’s Run / Turner Residence
Merit Award
Montgomery Bell Academy Master Plan & Buildings
Honor Award
Tennessee State University Campus Center
Honor Award
Cumberland Valley Girl Scout Center
Honor Award
Lipscomb University Master Plan and Buildings
Honor Award
Fieldstone Farms Recreation Center
Honor Award
The Village at Vanderbilt
Honor Award

AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS MIDDLE TENNESSEE CHAPTER DESIGN AWARDS PROGRAM

Music City Center
Merit Award
Buckeye Bluff Residence
Citation Award
Buttrick Hall at Vanderbilt University
Merit Award
M.T.S.U. Sports Hall of Fame
Honor Award
Edmondson Pike Public Library
Honor Award
Frist Center for the Visual Arts
Honor Award
Tennessee Valley Unitarian Universalist Church
Honor Award
Tennessee Carillon at Bicentennial Capitol Mall
Merit Award
The Family Office
Merit Award
Brooks Fiber Communications Headquarters
Merit Award
Woodmont Hills Church of Christ
Honor Award
Nashville Regional Farmers’ Market
Merit Award
Tuck-Hinton Architects Office
Merit Award
Caislean Conaire Residence
Honor Award
Vanderbilt University Admissions Building
Elements Award
Tennessee State University Campus Center
Elements Award
Country Music Hall of Fame Expansion
Merit Award
The Hive
Merit Award

AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS GEORGIA CHAPTER DESIGN AWARDS PROGRAM

Music City Center
Merit Award

ASSOCIATED BUILDERS & CONTRACTORS MIDDLE TENNESSEE CHAPTER AWARDS PROGRAM

Barbershop Harmony Society Headquarters
Award of Excellence
The Lofts at 160
Award of Excellence
Country Music Hall of Fame & Museum
Award of Excellence
Frist Center for the Visual Arts
Award of Excellence
Allen Arena at Lipscomb University
Award of Excellence
Tennessee World War II Memorial
Award of Excellence
Private Business Inc. Headquarters
Award of Excellence
Tennessee Bicentennial Capitol Mall
Award of Excellence

METROPOLITAN NASHVILLE HISTORICAL COMMISSION ARCHITECTURAL AWARDS PROGRAM

Masonic Grand Lodge
Commendation Award
Frist Center for the Visual Arts
First Award, 2002
Tennessee Bicentennial Capitol Mall
Special Commissioners’ Award
Caislean Conaire Residence
Merit Award
Montgomery Bell Academy Ball Hall
First Award
Cigarran Residence
First Award
Rehabilitation of Doctors’ Building
First Award
1810 Hayes Street
First Award

ILLUMINATING ENGINEERING SOCIETY OF NORTH AMERICA

Brooks Fiber Communications Headquarters
Illumination Design Award
Frist Center for the Visual Arts
International
Illumination Design Award
Brooks Fiber Communications Headquarters
International Illumination Design Award
Tennessee Bicentennial Capitol Mall
International
Illumination Design Award

GENERAL SERVICES ADMINISTRATION DESIGN EXCELLENCE PROGRAM

Kem Hinton,
Class of 2004

LIPSCOMB UNIVERSITY AVALON AWARDS FOR CREATIVITY

Seab Tuck III
Avalon Award

PROGRESSIVE ARCHITECTURE YOUNG ARCHITECTS AWARDS PROGRAM

Riverfront Apartments
Young Architects Award

THE ARCHITECTURAL LEAGUE OF NEW YORK YOUNG ARCHITECTS FORUM & DESIGN AWARDS PROGRAM

Young Architects
Forum Award

NASHVILLE BUSINESS JOURNAL SMALL BUSINESS AWARD PROGRAM

Finalist for Small Business Award

NASHVILLE BUSINESS JOURNAL DEVELOPMENT AWARDS

The Adelicia Condominiums
Development of the Year

NASHVILLE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE BUSINESS IN THE ARTS AWARDS PROGRAM

Business in the Arts Award

VENICE BIENNALE INTERNATIONAL ARCHITECTURAL EXHIBITION

Proposal for Ca’ Venier exhibited at Venice Biennale

URBAN LAND INSTITUTE EXCELLENCE IN DEVELOPMENT AWARDS

Music City Center
Design Excellence Award, 2014
35 Music Square East
Private Sector – Large Project, 2017
Belcourt Theatre
Public/Nonprofit Sector – Small Project, 2017

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Press

Nashville, Tennessee, A Photographic Portrait
Photography by David Bailey
Numerous Tuck-Hinton Architects projects
Twin Light Publishers, Inc., 2010
“The 96th Bell on Capitol Hill”
Article with John Guider image
Nashville Arts Magazine, May 2010
“Alpha Psi Chapter House”
Renovation of 1961 fraternity house
The Magazine of Sigma Chi, Spring 2010
“The Last Word”
Civil Rights Room
Vanderbilt View, February 2010
“Build It and They Will Come”
Music City Center
and other Tuck-Hinton Architects projects
Images Nashville, Winter 2010
“Not Much Eyesight, Plenty of Vision”
Adventure Science Center, Sudekum Planetarium
Sky & Telescope, December 2009
Nashville By Design
by Bob Schatz and Christine Kreyling
Frist Center and Deepwood Residence
Forest Hill Press, 2009
“Milestone: Tuck-Hinton Architects”
Sustainable projects by the firm
Green Business Quarterly, Fall 2009
“History in the Making”
Museum of African American Music
City Paper, September 3, 2009 (cover story)
“Nashville: Sites & Sounds”
Frist Center for the Visual Arts
Preservation, July / August 2009 (cover story)
“Nashville at its Best”
Several Tuck-Hinton Architects projects
City Paper, September 2008
“Architects Making Art”
Drawings by Seab Tuck and Kem Hinton
Nashville Arts Magazine, March 2008 (cover story)
“Vanderbilt University Buttrick Hall and
Lipscomb University Ezell Building”
Real Estate and Construction Review, Winter 2008
“Shaping Up”
Review of exhibit at Cumberland Gallery
Drawings by Seab Tuck and Kem Hinton
Nashville Scene, January 17, 2008
“Embrace the Future”
Nashville Public Square
Nashville Home & Garden, December 2007
“Park This Way”
Nashville Public Square
ARCHITECT, October 2007
The Individual Visual Arts Fellowship
Several Tuck-Hinton Architects projects
Tennessee Arts Commission, 2007
“Modern Maturity”
The Adelicia Condominiums
Nashville Lifestyles, July 2007
“The Word on Art & Architecture”
Civil Rights Collection
Nashville Arts Magazine, February 2007
Nashville Amplified
by Fiona Soltes
Featuring Tuck-Hinton Architects
Cherbo Publishing Group, 2007
“A Redesign for Success”
The Adelicia Condominiums
Nashville Business Journal, January 5, 2007
“Tennessee Magazine Salutes Bicentennial Mall”
Tennessee Bicentennial Capitol Mall
The Tennessee Magazine, October 2006
“The Best of the Best for 2006”
Civil Rights Collection
American Library Association National Design Awards
American Libraries, September 2006 (cover story)
“AIA Tennessee Design Awards 2005”
Civil Rights Collection and
M.T.S.U. Sports Hall of Fame
AIA National Newsletter, January 6, 2006 (cover story)
Inside Art Deco
by Lucy D. Rosenfeld
Frist Center for the Visual Arts
Schiffer Publishing Ltd., 2005
“Adelicia Gets a Redesign”
The Adelicia Condominiums
The City Paper, October 10, 2005
“Beyond the Glass Door”
Civil Rights Collection and
M.T.S.U. Sports Hall of Fame
Nashville Business Journal Special Edition, August 26, 2005
“AIA Tennessee Design Awards 2005”
Tuck-Hinton Architects Studio at 410 Elm Street
Residential Architect, April 2004
“A Dash of Nashville”
Bicentennial Mall, Frist Center, and
Country Music Hall of Fame
Delta Airlines Sky Magazine, March 2004
“The Nashville We Never Built”
The Gates of Nashville and Post Office Project
Nashville Scene, July 10, 2003 (cover story)
Museums and Art Galleries
by Michael Crosbie
Country Music Hall of Fame and Frist Center
Images Publishing Group, 2003
United States Courthouse Design Charrette
LD+A, March, 2003
Excellence in Design Program for Nashville Courthouse
U.S. General Services Administration, Spring 2003
“The Irresistible Hall of Fame”
Country Music Hall of Fame & Museum
The Wall Street Journal, April 4, 2003
“The 2003 Power 100”
Tuck-Hinton Architects: #63
Nashville Post, April 2003
“Nashville Courthouse Charrette”
Coverage of Tuck-Hinton Architects”
Entry Competitions, Spring 2003
“Nashville’s Frist-Class Museum”
Frist Center for the Visual Arts
Nashville Business Journal, January 18, 2002
“Nashville Skyline Revisited”
by James Howard Kunstler
(featuring works by Tuck-Hinton Architects)
Metropolis, February 2003
“Top 100 Players”
Nashville Post, November 2002
“Nashville on Nashville”
Nashville Lifestyle, August 2002
“Nashville Pursuit”
Country Music Hall of Fame & Museum
Southwest Airlines Spirit, July 2002
Nashville: Hills of Harmony
Introduction by Amy Grant
Featuring projects by Tuck-Hinton Architects
Towery Press, 2002
“Documenting Pride”
U.S. Marine Corps National Heritage Center
Competitions, Summer 2002
“It’s A Twang Thang”
Country Music Hall of Fame & Museum
Washington Post, May 10, 2002
“A Museum for the Masses”
Frist Center for the Visual Arts
Southern Living, April 2002
“The Grand New Nashville”
Hall of Fame, Frist Center, Bicentennial Mall
AAA’s Going Places, March / April 2002
“Cheatin” Hearts, Faithful History”
Country Music Hall of Fame & Museum
Los Angeles Times, February 10, 2002
“Drawing the Original”
The work of Tuck-Hinton Architects
Nashville Business Journal, January 18, 2002
“Musical Metaphors”
Country Music Hall of Fame & Museum
Design Architecture, January 2002
“Music City’s New Tune”
The Frist Center for the Visual Arts and
Country Music Hall of Fame & Museum
National Geographic Traveler, 2001
“Post Office into Art Center”
Frist Center for the Visual Arts
Architectural Record (website), December 2001
“A Cathedral for Country Music”
Country Music Hall of Fame & Museum
Southern Living, December 2001
“The Shape of Things to Come”
(features projects by Tuck-Hinton Architects)
Nashville: An American Self-Portrait
Edited by John Egerton & Thomas Wood
Horton Group Publishers, 2001
“Country Music Graphics”
Environmental Graphics at Hall of Fame
Communication Arts: Design Annual 42, November 2001
“Al Via II Nuovo Frist Center”
Frist Center for the Visual Arts
Arte (Milan), October 2001
“A Country Cathedral”
Country Music Hall of Fame & Museum
Sojourns, Fall / Winter 2001
“Metal Architecture Awards”
Edmondson Pike Public Library
Metal Architecture, August 2001
“Country Music’s Story Comes Full Circle”
Country Music Hall of Fame & Museum
The Wall Street Journal, July 13, 2001
“Honor Thy Music”
Country Music Hall of Fame & Museum
Tennessee Style Magazine, June / July 2001 (cover story)
“In the Circle of Country”
Country Music Hall of Fame & Museum
No Depression Magazine, May / June 2001
“What’s Doing in Nashville”
Frist Center for the Visual Arts
The New York Times, May 13, 2001
“Celebrating Art in Music City”
Frist Center for the Visual Arts
The Wall Street Journal, May 2, 2001
“Tying It All Together”
Tennessee Bicentennial Capitol Mall
AIA’s Community by Design, Winter 2001
“Country Music Hall of Fame” and “The Frist Center”
Tennessee Construction Review, 2001
“Life Sketches”
Renderings by Tuck-Hinton Architects
The Magazine of Sigma Chi, Summer 2000
“Science Facility Improves Academics”
M.B.A. Ingram Science Building
American School & University, July 2000
“A Tennessee Original: Nashville’s
Tuck-Hinton Architects”
The Work of Tuck-Hinton Architects
Washington Times’ World & I Magazine, February 2000
“Turn of the Century Special: Best Places in Tennessee”
Frist Center, Country Music Hall of Fame,
and Bicentennial Mall
The Tennessean, January 1, 2000
“Riverfront Apartments”
Yesterday’s Structures: Today’s Homes
By Lucy Rosenfeld
Schiffer Publishing Ltd., 2000
“Designed for Speed”
Brooks / WorldCom Headquarters
Interiors & Sources, June 1999
“History in Stone”
Tennessee Bicentennial Capitol Mall
Southern Living, May 1999
“Tribute to Tennessee Veterans Spans the Globe”
Tennessee World War II Memorial
The American Legion Magazine, January 1999
“Garden Accents”
A Musical Garden Folly
Southern Accents, January 1999
“Tennessee Aquarium IMAX Center”
Chattanooga, River City Renaissance
By June Rodgers
Towery Publishing, 1998
“Home Delivery”
Frist Center for the Visual Arts
Planning: Journal of the American Planning Association, October 1998
“Design Lines”
Tennessee Bicentennial Capitol Mall
Architecture, October 1998
“Capitol Gains: Lighting Tennessee’s 200th Birthday”
Tennessee Bicentennial Capitol Mall
LD+A: Lighting Design and Application, October 1998
“Log Mansion”
Barbara Mandrell Residence
People Magazine, September 7, 1998
“Bicentennial Capitol Mall State Park”
Tennessee Encyclopedia of History and Culture
Edited by Carroll Van West
Rutledge Hill Press, 1998
“Review of A Long Path”
Tennessee Bicentennial Capitol Mall
Landscape Architecture, July 1998
“Fire Works”
Butler’s Run / Turner Residence
Residential Architect, March-April 1998
“Nashville Rides a Wave”
Tennessee Bicentennial Capitol Mall
The American Enterprise, March / April 1998
“Railroad Bridge Changes Perceptions”
Tennessee Bicentennial Capitol Mall Railroad Trestle
Architectural Record, February 1998
“Drawing Inspiration”
Architectural Renderings of Tuck-Hinton Architects
Residential Architect, January 1998
“Renovation Project Brightens Library”
Patrick Wilson Library at Montgomery Bell Academy
American School and University, December 1997
A Long Path: The Search for a Tennessee
Bicentennial Landmark
By Kem G. Hinton
Hillsboro Press, 1997
“Builder’s Choice Award for Remodeling”
Butler’s Run / Turner Residence
Builder, October 1997
Classical Nashville
(features several Tuck-Hinton Architects projects)
by C. Kreyling, W. Paine, C. Warterfield, and S. Wilshire
Vanderbilt University Press, 1996
“Nashville’s 100 Coolest”
Tuck-Hinton Architects
Nashville Life, April 1997
“Reinterpretare Un Classico Moderno”
Caislean Conaire: Connery Residence
Ville Giardini (Milan), December 1996 (cover story)
“200 Years in the Making”
Tennessee Bicentennial Capitol Mall
Architecture South, Fall 1996 (cover story)
“Taking It to the IMAX”
Tennessee Aquarium IMAX
Chattanooga, Fall 1996
“Report of the 33rd IFLA World Congress”
Tennessee Bicentennial Capitol Mall
Paradise on Earth (Florence), October 1996
“Downtown Residence”
Butlers” Run / Turner Residence
Interiors, September 1996
“Sigs In The Arts”
Work of Tuck-Hinton Architects
The Magazine of Sigma Chi, Summer 1996
“Excellence in Development Awards”
Butler’s Run / Turner Residence
Boulevard, Summer 1996
“Architect Kem Hinton”
Tennessee Bicentennial Capitol Mall
Tennessee Monthly, July 1996
“The Mall”
Tennessee Bicentennial Capitol Mall
Tennessee Medicine, June 1996 (cover story)
“Warner Bros. Records”
Warner Bros. Records Headquarters
Interiors, March 1996 (cover story)
“AIA Honor Awards”
Caislean Conaire
Boulevard, Spring 1996
“Going Against the Flow”
Work of Tuck-Hinton Architects
The Tennessean, October 14, 1995
“Warner Entertains a Grand Design”
Warner Bros. Records Headquarters
Boulevard, Fall 1995
“The Tennessee Bicentennial Capitol Mall”
Tennessee Bicentennial Capitol Mall
Tennessee Recreation & Parks Journal, Summer 1995 (cover story)
“Building on Success”
Tennessee Aquarium IMAX Center
Competitions, Winter 1994
“IMAX Competition Decided”
Tennessee Aquarium IMAX Center
Progressive Architecture, November 1994
“Making of the Mall”
Tennessee Bicentennial Capitol Mall
Tennessee Alumnus, Fall 1994
“Civic Pride”
Chattanooga Visitors Center
Architecture, May 1994 (cover story)
“No Middle Ground: Two Bad Boy Architects”
Nashville Scene, March 25, 1993 (cover story)
“Sest Projektov 2 U.S.A.”
Riverfront Apartments
Projekt Revue Slovenskej Architekury (Bratislava), September 1992
“Wohnen am Flos”
Riverfront Apartments
Architektur Innenarchitektur Technisches (Stuttgart),
January 1992
“La Tradizione del Nuovo”
Deepwood: The Cigarran Residence
Ville Giardini (Milan), October 1991
“Building for the Future”
Cumberland Valley Girl Scout Center
Nashville Business and Lifestyles, October 1991
“Offene Struktur”
Riverfront Apartments
Werk, Bauen & Wohnen (Zurich), June 1991
“The House That Tuck Built”

Seab Tuck Residence
Nashville Business and Lifestyles, June 1991

“American Lofts”
Riverfront Apartments
Lotus International (Milan), Issue 66 1991
“Working with the Site”
David Andrews Residence
Southern Living, February 1991
“Riverfront Apartments”
The Book of the School: 100 years
Graduate School of Fine Arts, University of Pennsylvania
University of Pennsylvania Press, 1990
“Planning for the Site”
Special section on Architects of the Southern home
Southern Living, October 1990
“All”ombra Dei Grattacieli Fra I Reperti Del Produrre”
Riverfront Apartments
Ville Giardini (Milan), September 1990 (cover story)
“Richland Creek Apartments & Marvin Runyon Residence”
Tennessee Architect, Awards Issue, Winter 1990
“Le ‘Villette” Sul Fiume”
Riverfront Apartments
Abitare (Milan), December 1990
“Rinso di un”area industriale a Nashville”
Riverfront Apartments
L’Industria delle Costruzioni (Rome), October 1989
(cover story)
“A Log Cabin Need Not Be Humble”
Barbara Mandrell Residence
New York Times, August 3, 1989
“Getting Into Top Gear”
Bridgestone (USA) Corporate Headquarters
Interiors, July 1989
“Ragan Smith Murphy, Doctors” Building, &
First American Branch Bank”
Tennessee Architect, Awards Issue, Winter 1989
“Beispiele: Riverfront Apartments”
Architektur + Wettbewerbe (Stuttgart), December 1988
“Builder’s Choice Grand Award”
Riverfront Apartments
Builder, October 1988
“The Search for Southern Expression”
Riverfront Apartments
Architecture, October 1988
“The Promenade at Miller Park”
Oz: The Kansas State
Architectural Journal, Spring 1988
“Sense of Scale: The David Andrews Residence”
Special Issue on Houses
Fine Homebuilding, Spring 1988
“Riverfront Apartments and Andrews Residence”
Tennessee Architect, Awards Issue, Winter 1988 (cover story)
“Reconversions en Habit: Riverfront Apartments”

L’Architecture d’Aujourd’hui (Paris), December 1987

“Young Architects”
Special Issue on Emerging Design Firms
Progressive Architecture, June 1987
“Miller Park Guidelines and Projects”
The Promenade at Miller Park
Architectural Record, March 1987
“Nashville Residential Awards”
Andrews Residence
Nashville, November 1987
“Ca”Venier: The Guggenheim Museum in Venice”
Tennessee Architect, Spring 1987
“New Firms, New Forms: The Works of Tennessee’s Young Architects”
Progressive Architecture, May 1986
“Consonance and Dissonance in Recent Works”
University of Tennessee Journal of Architecture, Spring 1986 (cover story)
“Sign of the Times”
The Gates of Nashville
Nashville, July 1983
“Pragmatic Necessity in Architecture”
University of Tennessee Journal of Architecture, Spring 1983
“Wholemeal”
Tennessee Society Architects Awards of Excellence
A.I.A. Journal’s Annual of American Architecture, Spring 1982
“First American Anytime Banker”
Gulf States A.I.A. Awards
A.I.A. Journal’s Annual of American Architecture, Spring 1981
“Palimpsest: The Murfreesboro Courthouse”
First Prize, Central Glass International Awards
Japan Architect (Tokyo), January 1980

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