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Streamlining the Path to Licensure

Over the past 40 years, the requirements for architectural licensure have increased tremendously terms of time and cost to the candidate. In 2012, Texas Architects teamed up with representatives of other AIA "large states" to examine the ARE and IDP process and propose changes for a simpler, more efficient system. The Licensing Task Force findings and recommendations are now available.

November 11, 2013

Texas Architects' IgCC Roadmap

Over the past four years, Texas Architects has monitored and participated in the development of the International Green Construction Code (IgCC), and provided significant input into its refinement and development. Our IgCC Task Force has developed this Road Map to guide those officials contemplating or actually adopting the IgCC.

November 04, 2013

BLOG | Media and Technology in Architecture | Flipboard Aggregator App

In our latest Media and Technology in Architecture post on the Texas Architects blog, Ken Ethridge, AIA, compares the Flipboard news aggregator app to Zite.

October 31, 2013

BLOG | Repositioning the Institute: What It Means to the Texas Society of Architects

AIA National Board Member John Nyfeler, FAIA, discusses progress on the AIA Repositioning Initiative and the impact of planned changes for Texas Architects.

October 31, 2013

BLOG | Architects Talking to Architects: Helen Pierce, AIA

Helen Pierce, AIA, of Alamo Architects in San Antonio chats with Texas Architects about her family's Sears, Roebuck & Co. mail order home, the sights and sounds of New York City, and painting as a possible alternative profession.

October 17, 2013

Licensed Architect Fingerprinting to be Available at the 2013 Convention

On June 24, 2013, HB 1717 was signed into law. This Texas Legislature house bill adds architects to the list of professions requiring fingerprinting as part of their licensure renewal. The Texas Society of Architects has taken steps to make this transition easier for architects across Texas.

October 14, 2013

BLOG | Advocacy News: AIA Announces 2014 Call for Issues Survey

James R. Nader, FAIA, a Texas representative to the AIA Board Advocacy Committee, invites you to share your views on the AIA policy issues that matter most by taking the 2014 Call for Issues Survey. We appreciate your help in shaping the message that AIA takes to Capitol Hill next year.

October 10, 2013

BLOG | Media and Technology in Architecture | Media Consumption: How to Get Your Fill

In "Media and Technology in Architecture," a new series on the Texas Architects blog, Brinn Miracle, AIA, provides some tips for organizing and consuming the vast amounts of architectural information available online.

October 03, 2013

CE Session Sponsorship Opportunities

Members and/or their firms have an opportunity to support a continuing education session of their choice at the Texas Society of Architects 74th Annual Convention and Design Expo.

September 12, 2013

Texas Dance Halls

An under-researched category of Texas vernacular architecture, dance halls have played a fundamental role in the development of both rural and urban Texas communities, identities, and cultures.

September 09, 2013

Workplace Design Trends

Released every five years, Gensler's U.S. Workplace Survey sheds light on the relationship between office design and business performance. Michael Friebele, Assoc. AIA, of Laguarda.Low Architects discusses what the 2013 survey reveals about trends in the design of collaboration spaces and the role of choice in team member satisfaction.

September 09, 2013

AIA Houston Design Awards

In July, AIA Houston announced the recipients of its 2013 Design Awards. The competition recognizes the best projects completed within the last five years that are either located in the Houston metropolitan area or designed by an architect based there.

September 09, 2013

Ryann Ford’s Rest Stops

With “Rest Stops: Vanishing Relics of the American Roadside,” architectural photographer Ryann Ford seeks to capture relics of a bygone era of leisurely road travel across the Southwest.

September 06, 2013

Exploring Future Workflows with TEX-FAB

TEX-FAB, led by Brad Bell, Kevin Patrick McClellan, Andrew Vrana, and Kory Bieg, is changing the status quo in terms of digital design and fabrication. Scott Marble details how their new approach to workflows is the way of the future.

September 06, 2013

Latitudes: Architecture in the Americas

Latitudes: Architecture in the Americas is an annual two-day event explores contemporary “American” architecture. This year’s event brought together architects from New York, Texas, Mexico, Chile, Argentina, and Brazil.

September 05, 2013

BLOG | Architects Talking to Architects: Christopher L. Sanders, AIA

Christopher Sanders, AIA, of Sanders Architecture in Austin talks to Texas Architects about childhood lessons in sustainability, and the inspirational places his education and career have taken him.

September 05, 2013

Down and Up House

Karen Lantz, AIA, of Lantz Full Circle | Enter Architecture purchased a lot in Houston’s Ranch Estates subdivision and then proceeded to think long and hard about the house she wanted to design there for herself and her husband. The building is an in-depth study in local Texas materials.

September 02, 2013

Tour Italy and the Adriatic with Texas Architects: Sept. 10-19, 2014

"I know I’m not alone in planning vacations around buildings I want to see. I’ve talked to many architects who chuckle knowingly when I relay my habit for indulging my interest in a building past the reasonable limits of patience of my family. The solution? Travel with other architects." — Dan Hart, FAIA

August 28, 2013

BLOG | Advocacy Update: SAC Fingerprinting Requirements

"Discretion is, indeed, the better part of valor." The Society's Senior Advocate David Lancaster, Hon. AIA, shares the Society's position on the Sunset Advisory Commission's fingerprinting requirement passed during the 83rd Legislative Session. The recommendation was part of the TBAE Sunset review bill.

August 27, 2013

BLOG | Architects Talking to Architects: Yen Ong, AIA

Texas Architects talks to Yen Ong, AIA, of 5G Studio in Dallas. Born in Jakarta, Ong's design perspective is cross-culturally informed through his studies in Indonesia, Singapore, Italy, and the United States.

August 22, 2013

Light Sketches

Max Levy, FAIA, knows how to bring daylight into a room in beautiful and creative ways. “Light Sails,” rods, trellises, and apertures in the ceiling — these sketches demonstrate why he is a master of light.

August 14, 2013

BLOG | Architects Talking to Architects: Christy Seals, AIA, of Austin

Christy Seals, AIA, of Loop Design clears up a misconception about architects and talks about how the process of figuring out how to communicate design ideas to non-architects can start in school.

August 08, 2013

Volunteer to Support Students During the 2013 Convention

The Annual Convention and Design Expo is an inspiring, galvanizing moment of cross-pollination for Texas architects — but some of our members could use your support. We invite you to help us build a great convention experience for you as well as for Emerging Professionals across the state by serving as a mentor or host to a participating student.

August 07, 2013

Emerging Professional Opportunities at the 2013 Annual Convention

Our 74th Annual Convention and Design Expo in Fort Worth offers fantastic opportunities, programs, and events to help Emerging Professionals make connections and lay the groundwork for their future careers.

August 07, 2013

2013 Design Expo Attractions

Featuring more than 200 exhibitors in the fields of architecture, engineering and construction, our 2013 Design Expo will be our biggest ever! Discover the latest products and technologies, watch live demonstrations, and make connections with vendors and industry representatives from across the nation.

August 07, 2013
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