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AIA LRGV 2011 Design Awards

Four projects were recently selected for AIA Lower Rio Grande Valley 2011 Design Awards. Jurors were Thomas Hayne Upchurch, AIA, of Brenham; Rick del Monte, FAIA, of Dallas; and Donna Kacmar, FAIA, of Houston. The lone Honor Award went to Valle Vista Mall Renovations by Megamorphosis, with three Merit Awards also presented.

January 04, 2012

Recollection: Frank Welch, FAIA

In the first chapter of his unpublished memoir, Architect Frank Welch, FAIA, reflects on his early interest in architecture and the subsequent path he followed establishing his career.

December 21, 2011

Blake Alexander (1924 – 2011)

Architectural historian and long-time educator Blake Alexander died Dec. 11, 2011, at age 87. He taught for four decades at the University of Texas at Austin’s School of Architecture.

December 20, 2011

Raven Lake Ranch

"It's as close as you can get to living outdoors and being sheltered," says Eileen Bennett, of her northeast Texas ranch house, designed by Michael Malone, AIA.

December 20, 2011

Jeff Potter, FAIA, Inaugurated 2012 AIA President

Jeff Potter, FAIA, began his American Institute of Architects career as president of the AIA Northeast Texas Chapter in 1998. He was president of the Texas Society of Architects in 2004 and served on the AIA Board of Directors from 2006- 2009. “Shaping a future for the next generation of architects” was the theme of Potter’s inaugural address during ceremonies in Washington, D.C., on Dec. 9.

December 16, 2011

Texas Architects Partners with aecKnowledge

The Texas Society of Architects is proud to announce a new partnership with aecKnowledge—an innovative, online knowledge-sharing platform for the AEC industries. As an established provider of high-quality video continuing education, aecKnowledge delivers peer-reviewed, engaging knowledge featuring top thought leaders and subject matter experts.

December 14, 2011

Projects Needed: Weather Channel Docu-series "Built to Last"

A production company is working on the pilot episode of the Weather Channel docu-series "Built to Last." Each program will showcase several residential homes that are built to withstand the forces of nature, whether it's a tornado proof home in the plains of Kansas or a fireproof home in the hills of Santa Barbara. Texas Society of Architects members should send completed examples to the AIA.

December 12, 2011

Design Waller Creek: A Competition

The Waller Creek Conservancy announces an international design competition that calls for the most innovative and qualified landscape architects and architects to join forces and present ideas for remaking a currently fragmented and undervalued section of Austin into a vibrant, livable, and workable district. Deadline Dec. 16.

December 06, 2011

What Makes a Building an Icon?

In the Nov/Dec Texas Architect article "Dance Partner," Geoffrey Brune, FAIA, explores what makes a building an icon, highlighting the Houston Ballet Center for Dance as an example.

November 18, 2011

Brochstein Pavilion and Asia Society, Highlights of Houston Visit

Pulitzer Prize-winning architecture critic Paul Goldberger talks Frank Gehry and Houston highlights at University of Houston appearance.

November 17, 2011

Member Spotlight: Brandrup, Hays, and Black

Over 6,000 members make up the Texas Society of Architects. They play unique roles that contribute to the future of the profession and the built environment. Here, Texas Architects spotlights three members who were recently recognized with 2011 Honor Awards for outstanding contributions to architectural education, the profession, and the community.

November 10, 2011

Book Explores Frank Lloyd Wright's Sacred Architecture

A comprehensive study of Frank Lloyd Wright’s sacred architecture is in a new book, Frank Lloyd Wright Sacred Architecture: Faith, Form, and Building Technology, by Anat Geva, Assoc. AIA, a member of the Texas Society of Architects and an associate professor of architecture at Texas A&M University.

November 08, 2011

2012 "Best Architecture and Design Schools" Includes Two in Texas

DesignIntelligence’s annual “America’s Best Architecture & Design Schools” rankings are just out. Two Texas universities, Rice University in Houston and The University of Texas at Austin, made the top-ten cut for B.Arch. programs.

November 07, 2011

Texas Architects Announces 2012 Leadership

On October 27, members of the Texas Society of Architects elected nominees for 2012 leadership during the Society's Annual Business Session in Dallas. Craig Reynolds, FAIA, will assume the presidency for 2012; Larry Speck, FAIA, will serve as 2012 President-elect.

November 03, 2011

Design Conference: Architecture in the Hinterlands

Featuring the Architecture of Frank Welch, FAIA

Architecture Tours and Learning Opportunities
17-18 February 2012
Midland, Texas

October 31, 2011

Speck: Architecture Influences Lifestyle

An October 27 Austin Business Journal interview with Larry Speck, FAIA, principal at Page Southerland Page and Texas Architects Board member, explores the topic of how architecture influences lifestyle.

October 30, 2011

Fountain Place Featured in The Shape of Texas Podcast

Fountain Place, which received a 2011 Texas Architects Design Award, is featured in this podcast from the award-winning radio program The Shape of Texas. The podcast also includes a number of episodes on the following projects in Dallas: Reunion Tower, Adolphus Hotel, DART Rail Stations, Turtle Creek, Victory Park, Sixth Floor Museum, Thanksgiving Square, Highland Park Village, and TI Semiconductor Building.

October 29, 2011

Texas Architects at 500 Chicon

Texas Architects moves into its new headquarters office at 500 Chicon. renovation/interior design by Jacqui Dodson, AIA (2011)

October 13, 2011

Office Closed as Society Convenes in Dallas for 72nd Convention

The Texas Society of Architects office at 500 Chicon is closed Wednesday, Oct. 26, through Monday, Oct. 31, for the Society's 72nd Annual Convention and Design Products & Ideas Expo in Dallas, Oct. 27-29. John Maeda, president of the Rhode Island School of Design, and Rebecca Ryan, of Next Generation Consulting, are keynote presenters.

October 11, 2011

Bastrop Park’s CCC Cabins Survive Wildfire

September’s wildfires in Bastrop County that destroyed more than 1,500 houses and killed two people also burned most of Bastrop State Park’s 6,000 acres of pine forest, yet rapid action by emergency crews saved all but three of the park’s 1930s-era buildings.

October 07, 2011

Juror Shares Perspective on Rio 2016 Olympic Park Competition

"This was an engaged and intense jury process. Yes, we looked for beauty, but the practical aspects, the environmental concerns, the security needs, and the legacy of the event were a major part of the discussion," says Gabriel Durand-Hollis, FAIA, principal of Durand-Hollis Rupe Architects in San Antonio.

October 04, 2011

Brown Residence: 2011 Design Award Winner

"This is an example of a Texas-based architect working outside their specific region and really understanding the landscape and architecture of that region. The relationship of the indoor spaces to the outdoor spaces is really quite wonderful."

Steve Dumez, FAIA
2011 Design Awards Juror

September 01, 2011

Promoting Community Identity

Richter Architects (Corpus Christi) has been locally and nationally recognized for its sensible and sensitive architecture. The firm's work explores the nature of culture, context, and place – promoting the development of local character and community identity.  

August 31, 2011

Walter Humann Receives Cornerstone Award

In recognition of outstanding contributions that enhance the quality of life by elevating architecture and the arts, promoting the value of community, or preserving the natural environment, Walter J. Humann is the recipient of the 2011 Texas Architects Cornerstone Award.

July 29, 2011

FD2S Offices

The Austin office of the graphic design firm FD2S wins a 2002 Texas Society of Architects Design Award. (2002)

September 01, 2002
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