Studio Four Design Receives 2016 Knox Heritage “Fantastic Fifteen” Award

Knoxville, Tenn.-based Studio Four Design has been honored with the 2016 Knox Heritage “Fantastic Fifteen” Award as part of its collaborative design with Jeffrey and Patricia Nash for the revitalization of the Patricia Nash Designs corporate flagship showroom in downtown Knoxville. The property from 1928 sat vacant for 12 years before Nash and Studio Four embarked on a refurbishment.

“This award was a great honor for us,” says Greg Terry, principal and design director at Studio Four Design. “We originally nominated Jeffrey and Patricia for the award, and didn’t imagine we were going to be included. Jeffrey has done so much for this community over the years restoring unique, historic structures all over Knoxville. This building is no different, and we are honored that we were able to collaborate with them on the interior design of the building.”

The award is bestowed annually to 15 construction, design, and rehabilitation projects within Knox County.


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