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Bring Your Own Bag
UTSOA graduates Christopher Ferguson, Assoc. AIA, and Megan Marvin of DO.GROUP DESIGN are building a business around their stackable Bundle Reusable Bags.
Who Will Advocate for Architecture?
Will your House and Senate districts be represented at Advocates for Architecture Day? The highlighted areas show districts with architects already registered to advocate on February 10. Join them in Austin for a fun day at the Texas State Capitol on behalf of your profession.
Sign up today to ensure your district is represented. Everyone is important!
Jerry L. Clement, FAIA (1932–2015)
We are saddened to learn of the passing of Jerry L. Clement, FAIA, a past president of the Texas Society of Architects. Services for Mr. Clement will take place on Friday, January 30, at 10:00 a.m. at the Highland Park United Methodist Church in Dallas.
BLOG | Architects Talking to Architects: Clay Odom, Assoc. AIA
Texas Architects catches up with University of Texas at Austin School of Architecture Professor Clay Odom, Assoc. AIA, who talks to us about growing up with deep family roots in a small town, sourcing inspiration from nature, and immersing himself in the sonic worlds of Radiohead.
Collaboration & Craftsmen
Collaboration with craftsmen pays off, according to Wendy Dunnam Tita, AIA, of Page and Vicki Yuan, AIA, of Lake|Flato Architects.
BLOG | Architects Talking to Architects: Vincent Snyder, AIA
Texas Architects talks to Vincent Snyder, AIA, about his overlay ink and Rhino sketching process, finding inspiration in a project's cultural setting, and his advice for young architects: "Do what you really want to do, but be equally as rigorous."
Portfolio: MaRS Attacks
The distinction between architecture and interiors is often a fuzzy one, but MaRS bridges the distance nimbly.
Advocates for Architecture Day 2015
The Society's Advocates for Architecture Day will take place on February 10. Architects from across the state will converge on the Texas Capitol to meet with legislators to promote the importance of architectural design for urban planning. Learn more about this event, and register today to help us spread our message.
BLOG | Field Constructs Design Competition
Texas Architect magazine, Ecology Action of Texas, and Pentagram invite you to participate in the first-annual Field Constructs Design Competition (FCDC). FCDC invites emerging designers, architects, landscape architects, and artists to submit proposals for temporary installations to be sited at the Circle Acres Nature Preserve in Austin. The deadline for submissions is April 1, 2015.
2014 Convention: Attendee Continuing Education Credit
Review your 75th Annual Convention and Design Expo learning unit hours, and confirm that your convention certificate and AIA transcript are correct. You can also review the new Continuing Education standards and how these may affect your licensure renewal in the future.
BLOG | FREE: Architecture on the Loose
BI's first book-form publication, “FREE: Architecture on the Loose,” presents 26 essays from 23 contributors and explores the exchanges between architecture and its wider cultural context.
The Autodidact and the Art of Composition
By sketching museum masterpieces, Michael Malone hones his drawing skills and whets his appreciation for the similarities between art and architecture.
BLOG | Architects Talking to Architects: Kory Bieg, AIA
Kory Bieg, AIA, talks to Texas Architects about growing up in the "Land of Enchantment," the influence film has had on his design process, and the importance of new and old architects alike being open to new ideas.
BLOG | Architizer A+ Awards — Final Submissions Due December 19
Architizer's Third Annual A+ Awards is open for submissions with over 93 categories, including 11 new architecture categories and 33 new product categories, until December 19, 2014.
Clear structural articulation and a folded corrugated metal roof are the major architectural features of the Ottmers Residence, a project designed to be built by a client on a very tight budget.
BLOG | Architects Talking to Architects: James Haliburton, AIA
James Haliburton, AIA, talks to Texas Architects about his childhood in Amarillo, his alternative career choice as a superhero, and his vast array of hobbies, including, but not limited to, motorcycles, carpentry, furniture design, rugby, and being a dad.
PDR to Host Pecha Kucha-Style Event at TxA Convention
On Thursday, November 6, as part of our 75th Annual Convention and Design Expo, PDR will host "Archi-Chat," a Pecha Kucha-style event featuring distinguished guests delivering short-form presentations on architecture, urbanism, landscape architecture, digital fabrication, urban agriculture, and more. Meet the presenters.
Hog Pen Creek Residence
High nature is married to high design in Lake|Flato Architects’ Hog Pen Creek Retreat.
Facades+ Dallas Conference
On October 30–31, Dallas's CityPlace Events will host the Facades+ Dallas conference. Attendees will have the opportunity to earn up to 16 AIA CEUs over the course of the two-day conference, and to meet and mingle with the leaders of facade design and construction.
2014 Design Expo Attractions
Featuring 275 exhibitors in the fields of architecture, engineering, and construction, our 2014 Design Expo at the George R. Brown Convention Center in Houston will be our biggest ever! Discover the latest products and techniques, watch live demonstrations, and make connections with vendors and industry representatives from around the globe.
2015 Design Conference: CRAFT
Architecture Tours and Learning Opportunities
27 February – 1 March
THIS EVENT IS SOLD OUT
BLOG | Architects Talking to Architects: Sergio Botero, Assoc. AIA
Sergio Botero, Assoc. AIA, talks to Texas Architects about his pursuit of architecture as a profession, growing up in Medellín, Colombia, and his passion for cycling.
Muñoz & Company transformed multiple bottles of colorful soda into a glowing cube called Mestizo City. TxA Design Award juror Marlon Blackwell, FAIA, described the concept as “delightful” and capable of inspiring “sheer joy.”
BLOG | Architects Talking to Architects: Brian Cay, Assoc. AIA
Brain Cay, Assoc. AIA, of PBK talks to Texas Architects about growing up in Kansas and attending college there, why he prefers the computer to the hand sketch, and how young architects can maximize their personal skill set.
Attention Students: Free Convention Registration Plus a $50 Visa Card
The Texas Society of Architects offers two great opportunities for students at the 75th Annual Convention and Design Expo in Houston: free registration, plus the chance to get paid for serving as a session monitor!
BLOG | Imagine Houston Video
When do you get to spend three uninterrupted days indulging in your passion and focusing on your career? James Furr, FAIA, and 2014 Texas Society of Architects President Val Glitsch, FAIA, invite you to do so by joining them for a one-of-a-kind architectural experience at the 75th Annual Convention and Design Expo in Houston.
2014 Studio Awards — Winners Announced
We are pleased to announce the recipients of our 2014 Studio Awards. The New York-based jury selected five projects among 54 entries as examples of innovation and excellence in design.
An Interview with Brooke Hodge, Guest Curator at the Nasher
Texas Architect Editor Catherine Gavin interviews the Nasher's Guest Curator Brooke Hodge about the exhibition "Provocations: The Architecture and Design of Heatherwick Studio."
The Vision of Paolo Soleri
“The Vision of Paolo Soleri: Prophet in the Desert” by Lisa Scafuro captures the life and times of the futurist architect, urban planner, and environmentalist best known for his Arcosanti settlement.
Making Learning Fun
Austin’s new 36,340-sf, LEED Silver-certified children’s museum, the Thinkery, is the product of Koning Eizenberg Architecture’s collaboration with STG Design.
2014 Texas Architects Honor Awards
The Texas Society of Architects is pleased to announce the recipients our 2014 Honor Awards. These annual awards recognize exceptional members, firms, individuals, and organizations for their outstanding achievements in support of the profession of architecture, the built environment, and the quality of life in Texas.
A New Sculpture Garden for Austin’s Laguna Gloria
Boston-based landscape architecture firm Reed Hilderbrand is expanding its Texas portfolio and leading the re-imagination of The Contemporary Austin’s historic Laguna Gloria site.
Restaurants by Urbanist Design and Dado Group are causing a stir in San Antonio’s popular Pearl Brewery district.
Fireside Chats: Meet the Speakers
During our 75th Annual Convention and Design Expo, the Society will host Fireside Chats giving emerging professionals an opportunity to sit down with established, notable Texas architects for conversations about their careers, futures, and the profession.
A Tin Gallery
Not only is Brave / Architecture’s Sicardi Gallery intriguing, it is also the latest example of Houston’s secret cohort of tin buildings representing a little-known modern regional architectural expression.
As contemporary collections continue to grow, exhibitors’ need for more space is providing the public with opportunities to see art. The Warehouse in Farmers Branch and SPACE Gallery in San Antonio are private collections that are now open to visitors.
BLOG | Architects Talking to Architects: Michael Friebele, Assoc. AIA
Michael Friebele, Assoc. AIA, of Callison talks to Texas Architects about growing up in Missouri, his admiration of Snøhetta's Oslo Opera House, and advising architects to "never stop playing in the sandbox.”
2014 Convention: Frequently Asked Questions
The Texas Society of Architects 75th Annual Convention and Design Expo will take place on November 6–8 at the George R. Brown Convention Center in Houston. This page provides some answers to frequently asked questions about convention registration, creating your schedule, continuing education credit, and more.
The Rise of Video as a Tool for Documenting Architecture: An Interview with Frazer|Pogue Collective
Frazer|Pogue Collective discusses the benefits of using video to document architectural projects.
Baldridge Architects’ Outdoor Learning Center at Casis Elementary in Austin has transformed a formerly neglected plot of land next to a parking lot into an open-air classroom in a garden setting.
Menil Drawing Institute
Los Angeles-based architecture firm Johnston Marklee’s proposed design for the Menil Drawing Institute is at once serene and revolutionary.
Rammed earth wall, rippling Venetian plaster, and the colorful blocks of Margo Sawyer-designed art walls — Page’s Torcasso residence achieves the sublime.
TxA Emerging Design + Technology: Call for Papers Deadline Extended to July 15
The 2014 TxA Emerging Design + Technology conference, to be held in conjunction with the Texas Society of Architects 75th Annual Convention and Design Expo, is seeking academic papers for peer-review, publication, and presentation. The abstract submission deadline has been extended to July 15.
Bercy Chen Studio’s design at the Cascading Creek House sleekly conceal extensive mechanics under the hood of a gorgeous space.
BLOG | Architect Talking to Architects: Larry Paschall, AIA
Larry Paschall, AIA, of HPD Architecture talks to Texas Architects about his fascination with history, visiting the Tower of London, and finding your passions outside of the office.
The Boatmakers' Craft
Shipley Architects designed a Port Townsend, Wash., home that only boat-builders could detail so effortlessly.
BLOG | Clients' Corner: Gilson Riecken on his Alamo Heights Home
"It was important to us that we work with someone who understands who we are as people and how we live." San Antonio architect-turned-attorney Gilson Riecken talks to TA editor Catherine Gavin about what it was like working with Lake|Flato's Tenna Florian, AIA, on his Alamo Heights home.
Renovating for Play
As illustrated by the recent interior renovation of Collier Library, Brave Architecture and the Houston Public Library system are creating a standard for future rehabilitations of libraries throughout the city.
Preservation Texas Announces 2014 Most Endangered Places
On May 20, Preservation Texas announced its list of the Most Endangered Places in Texas for 2014. Twelve sites made the list, which aims to raise awareness of threatened historical structures to encourage local action while there is still time.
After the Rain
The nonprofit bcWORKSHOP has expanded to the Lower Rio Grande Valley and is bringing its public design process to housing developments outside of Harlingen.