I don’t find it at all surprising that the redesigned Kogod Courtyard at the Smithsonian Reynold Center for American Art and Portraiture has won the Tucker Design Award. I mean, just look at this masterpiece. It’s stunning.
Gustafson Guthrie Nichol designed the Kogod Courtyard, which garnered the designer's third Tucker award. As the award is one of the most prestigious architectural recognitions out there, that’s saying a lot.
The Smithsonian's Kogod Courtyard Wins Tucker Design Award
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