James B. Recchie Design Award

The James B. Recchie Design Award honors excellence in urban design that can be reflected in historic or new buildings and places, additions to existing buildings, parks, public spaces and public art. The award celebrates projects that add to the distinctive character and improved quality of life of Columbus and the designers responsible for them.

cmaThe 2016 James B. Recchie Award winner was announced October 6. Congratulations to the Columbus Museum of Art, recognized for the Margaret M. Walter Wing Addition (2015), designed by DesignGroup; the Beaton Hall and 1931 Museum Building Renovation (2009, 2011), designed by Schooley Caldwell; and the landscaped areas and creative spaces surrounding the museum, designed by MKSK.

The award was the 27th given in honor of the late James B. Recchie, a founding trustee of Columbus Landmarks Foundation. It honors excellence in urban design that can be reflected in historic or new buildings and places, additions to existing buildings, parks, public spaces and public art. The award celebrates projects that add to the distinctive character and improved quality of life of Columbus and the designers responsible for them.

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Thank you to our 2016 Sponsors!

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Supporters: Jeff Darbee & Nancy Recchie, DeVere LLC, Dinsmore, Hardlines Design Company, MKSK, Moody-Nolan, In Memory of Joseph & Martha Recchie, Michael Wilkos

Hosts: Pat Henahan, Cynthia Hunt, Karen McCoy, Nancy Recchie, Charmaine Sutton