13 Receive 2012 Design Awards

2012 Design Awards Addition to Military Hospital – San Antonio Military Medical RTKL Associates Inc. Brown Wood Park Pavilions Oglesby Greene Cathedral of Hope Interfaith Peace Chapel Philip Johnson + Alan Ritchie Architects and Cunningham Architects Cotillion Pavilion Mell Lawrence Architects Haven for Hope Overland Partners Houston Food Bank RdlR Architects, Inc. I 35 Makeover Project Cotera+Reed Architects Kimber Modern B&B Burton Baldridge Architects, Inc. McGarrah Jessee Building McKinney York Architects Rice University BioScience Research Collaborative Skidmore, Owings & Merrill LLP Tellepsen Family Downtown YMCA Kirksey Architecture TM Advertising Gensler Visual Arts Center Lake|Flato Architects  

President’s Message

At the AIA National Conveniton in Washington D.C., 500 Texas Society of Architect members partook in the largest and most attended AIA convention in recent years; led by our Texan AIA President to engage in sessions and the expo floor and view the streets, monuments, museums, and endless attractions of our nation’s capitol.  We delighted in four days of perfect weather to imbibe on architectural influence bliss.  With each speaker, seeds were planted or rejuvenated to ignite the reason why we entered the profession; with each tour, we beheld architecture with purpose.  Keynote speaker David McCullough charmed the audience with…

Cocktail Napkin Sketch Contest: Deadline June 22

Two grand prize winning submissions will be published in the September issue of Architectural Record and winners will receive a box of napkins with their sketch printed on it. Winners and finalists will be seen in Architectural Records' online Cocktail Napkin Sketch Gallery. More information is available here.

Austin Historical Survey Wiki

The City of Austin Historic Preservation Office and the University of Texas at Austin School of Architecture Graduate Program in Historic Preservation invite you to attend the community launch of the… Austin Historical Survey Wiki Monday, June 4, 2012 12:00 noon-1:00 pm City Council Chambers City Hall, 301 W. 2nd Street The City of Austin Historic Preservation Office has been working in partnership with the University of Texas at Austin (UT) School of Architecture Historic Preservation program to develop a participatory, wiki-inspired web application to support the comprehensive survey of Austin's historic resources.. The community launch will provide an opportunity…