The Northern California Chapter of the Institute of Classical Architecture & Art (ICAA) held its first Legacy Dinner last month, where the chapter honored interior designer Suzanne Tucker. The goals for the event, hosted at San Francisco’s Veterans Memorial Green Room, were to honor architects and designers upholding the ideals of classical design and to raise funds for chapter initiatives.
Tucker’s connection to ICAA runs deep: She is a founding director and past president of the Northern California chapter, served as a trustee on the national ICAA board, and co-chairs the Arthur Ross Awards. She and her husband, Timothy Marks, founded their design firm, Tucker & Marks, in 1986.
Images by Drew Altizer.