Though most Tennesseans first heard of the Tennessee Bicentennial Capitol Mall during the year of its celebration, the path of its creation is almost as old as the state itself. From details of the first settlement on the site of the Mall to descriptions of items still to come, Kem Hinton tells the story of this vital Nashville area through historical pictures and commentary.
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Kem G. Hinton was the lead designer of the Tennessee Bicentennial Capitol Mall and responsible for the management of a team of architects, engineers, and landscape architects from across the state. Born in Nashville and raised in nearby Murfreesboro, Tennessee, he received a bachelor's degree in architecture from the University of Tennesseee in 1977 and a master's degree in architecture from the University of Pennsylvania in 1981. Hinton is a partner with Seab Tuck at Tuck Hinton Architects, established in Nashville in 1984. Their major projects include the Tennessee World War II Memorial, the Vanderbilt University Undergraduate Admissions Building, the Country Music Hall of Fame, and the Tennessee State University Campus Center. Hinton resides in Nashville with his wife, Marilyn and son, T. J.
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