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Innovation and Design

by: Catherine Gavin

Digital fabrication is turning traditional architectural practice on its head, and as academics press forward into uncharted territories, communication and cross-pollination with practicing architects is increasingly important.

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Sizing Up Design: Working Big Members Only

by: Ron Stelmarski, AIA

Ron Stelmarski, AIA, details the benefits of large firm culture.

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Sizing Up Design: Diary of a Small Firm Members Only

by: Jessica Stewart Lendvay

Small firm culture has many benefits.

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Plastic Stereotomy Members Only

Justin Diles’ “Plastic Stereotomy” is the winner of TEX-FAB’s 2014 international digital design and fabrication competition.

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Cube Loft Members Only

Architects and design professionals have a new place to stay when traveling to Austin: the Charles Moore Foundation’s Cube Loft.

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AIA Dallas 2014 Design Awards Members Only

Texas Architect magazine features the AIA Dallas 2014 Design Awards.

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Self-Sustaining House Members Only

Bercy Chen Studio’s Self-Sustaining House optimizes rainwater retention, solar radiation, and a turbine-driven generator and compressor to satisfy all energy and water needs.

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Weather Room Members Only

Through minimalist multitasking, LOJO’s Weather Room takes portability to a new level.

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Creek Show: Light Night

Austin’s Creek Show brought thousands of visitors to Waller Creek on a freezing night last fall to see installations by local architects and landscape architects.

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Why Small? Members Only

by: Donna Kacmar, FAIA

Bigger isn’t always better, even in Texas.

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Guest Nest

by: Jen Wong

Nested House, a guesthouse built around a traditional sauna, supports full-range living and achieves spatial efficiency through thoughtful program placement.

Luis Ayala
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Cabin Fever

by: Jack Murphy, Assoc. AIA

Urs Peter “Upe” Flueckiger and students of Texas Tech University College of Architecture build a smart and compact Sustainable Cabin in West Texas.

Urs Peter "Upe" Fleuckiger and Denny Mingus
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Big Ideas Members Only

Architect-designed bus stops in San Antonio, Austin, and Dallas are adding a bit of design to street corners.

Dror Baldinger, AIA; Thomas McConnell; Nicholas McWhirter; Charles David Smith, AIA
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Small is Beautiful Members Only

by: Jack Murphy, Assoc. AIA

Candid Rogers Architect’s Marfa 10 x 10 Lightbox peeks over the shrubs to provide sweeping views of the West Texas landscape.

Chris Cooper
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A Bench Is a Bench Members Only

by: Ryan Flener, Assoc. AIA

Rhotenberry Wellen Architects and Shipley Architects team up for the design and construction of the Kidd Spring Park Pavilion in Dallas — the latest addition to the Dallas Park and Recreation Department’s growing Park Pavilion program.

Charles David Smith, AIA
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Bit by Bit Members Only

by: Miriam Sitz

Studio Joseph takes a measured approach to the design of the National Butterfly Center Welcome Pavilion in Mission.

Nathaniel Liberman
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Keeping It Compact Members Only

by: Lawrence Connolly, AIA

Haddon+Cowan Architects Collaborative’s Girls’ School of Austin maximizes its site while providing students with a playful campus.

Bronson Dorsey
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A Yellow Pop-Up

by: Rachel Adams

Bart Shaw Architect redefines the typical farmers’ market tent.

Chad Davis
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Bring Your Own Bag Members Only

by: Catherine Gavin

DO.GROUP DESIGN is building a business around its Bundle Reusable Bags.

Christopher Ferguson, Assoc. AIA
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Field Constructs Design Competition Call for Entries Members Only

Field Constructs Design Competition call for entries now open.

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Lake|Flato Architects Recognized by Interior Design Magazine Members Only

Interior Design magazine honorees for its 30th annual Hall of Fame Awards include David Lake, FAIA, and Ted Flato, FAIA, of Lake|Flato Architects.

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Page Expands to the West Coast with Focus on Planning Members Only

Page has acquired a well-known San Francisco planning firm, BMS Design Group.

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Music Box

John Grable Architects designs a tiny pavilion for playing music and practicing yoga.

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Urban Ecologies

by: Catherine Gavin

With its stacked interchanges and sweeping flyovers, Texas has no shortage roadway feats, yet they often represent barriers for connectivity. Urban designers across the state are rethinking these roadways and using green infrastructure to reconnect downtown districts.

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Connected City Design Challenge

by: Eurico R. Francisco, AIA

With the Connected City Design Challenge, Dallas is taking steps to link downtown to the Trinity River. Proposals by Ricardo Bofill of Taller de Arquitectura, the Office for Metropolitan Archi¬tecture (OMA), and STOSS + SHoP all rethink the city’s urban ecologies.

ALL RENDERINGS COURTESY DALLAS CONNECTED CITY DESIGN CHALLENGE.
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