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Louis Kahn Plays the Organ

by: Philip Hendren, AIA

Once upon a time in 1970, Louis Kahn played the organ for a crowd of 400 in Austin.

PHOTOS BY PHILIP HENDREN, AIA
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Preservation Texas Honor Awards

Award winners announced for the 2013 Preservation Texas Honor Awards.

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Boat Dock

Alterstudio Architecture’s boat dock on Lake Austin embraces the long views of the water and landscape, but screens the immediacy of the speedboats from backyard barbecuers.

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Shifting Leaves of Grass

by: Frederick R. Steiner

Alternative grasses are redefining landscape architecture and helping bring about a new ecological aesthetic in Texas.

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Playing Up Waller Creek

by: Catherine Gavin

Austin’s Waller Creek Conservancy continues its mission to draw attention to the neglected urban waterway. Waller Wall, a temporary installation designed by UT Austin students and Murray Legge, FAIA, was on display at SXSW.

Photos by Casey Dunn and Patrick Wong
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Caret 6

by: Catherine Gavin

Caret 6, a dramatic installation by architect Kory Bieg of OTA+ and his Design V Studio at The University of Texas at Austin School of Architecture, is making its way around the state.

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A Sink in Every Room

by: Jen Wong

The hefty utilitarian demands of a salon, which include a sink in every room, are resolved seamlessly in this downtown Austin spa by Baldridge Architects.

Casey Dunn
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Invisible Aquatics

by: Jack Murphy, Assoc. AIA

Bercy Chen Studio’s design moves at the Cascading Creek House sleekly conceal extensive mechanics under the hood of a gorgeous space.

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Michelle Rossomando, AIA

by: Catherine Gavin

Partner at Austin’s McKinney York Architects, Michelle Rossomando, AIA, leads by example and has a lot of fun in the process.

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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.

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AIA Austin Awards

AIA Austin announced the recipients of its 2014 Design and Honor awards competition in May. The jury included Steve Dumez, FAIA, of New Orleans, and Marsha Maytum, FAIA, of San Francisco.

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Making Learning Fun

by: Ingrid Spencer

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

Casey Dunn Photography
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Steel Strings

Baldridge Architects’ Outdoor Learning Center at Casis Elementary in Austin has transformed a formerly neglected lot into an open-air classroom in a garden setting.

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Rethinking Homeless Shelters

by: Ingrid Spencer

To say that a story about chronic homelessness is good news may be pushing it, but it’s hard not to feel inspired and uplifted by two of Texas’ newest planned communities: High Cotton Genesis Center in Lubbock and Community First in Austin.

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Mapping Projects

A collaboration between Austin-based Trophyology, a design and fabrication studio, and Portland, Oregon-based Nested Yellow, a jewelry and object design shop, has grown out of a client’s desire to say thank you to her architect and contractor.

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Hog Pen Creek Retreat

by: Fredrick R. Steiner
Architect: Ted Flato

High nature is married to high design in Lake|Flato Architects’ Hog Pen Creek Retreat.

Casey Dunn
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Munday Library

by: Gerald Moorhead, FAIA
Architect: Fiske Crowell, FAIA

The Munday Library makes its place in architectural history by learning from its predecessors, rather than mimicking them, and by finding modern purposes for very old spatial types.

Casey Dunn Photography
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Temple Dining Hall & Booth Student Center

by: Brett Koenig Greig
Architect: Arthur Andersson, FAIA

Slender pipe columns support a lofty roof while daylight pours into the soaring dining room at Andersson-Wise Architects’ Temple Dining Hall & Booth Student Center.

Andrew Pogue Photography
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Thinkery

by: Ingrid Spencer
Architect: Julie Eizenberg AIA

Austin’s Thinkery has transformed the children’s museum experience for kids and adults.

Casey Dunn Photography
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ZIlliant

by: Canan Yetmen
Architect: John Mapes, AIA

Gensler converts a downtown Austin parking garage into a collaborative workspace.

Casey Dunn Photography
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Ten Eyck’s Vertical Gardens

by: Christopher Ferguson, Assoc. AIA

Austin-based Ten Eyck creates site-specific vertical gardens, blending the transition between architecture and landscape architecture.

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Art Along Austin’s Shoal Creek

Austin’s Shoal Creek Conservancy opens an exhibition of site-specific murals in August.

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My Beautiful City Austin

by: David Heymann, FAIA

David Heymann, FAIA, talks about Austin’s laid-back lifestyle and why he moved here to practice architecture.

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Seaholm Intake Facility

The Seaholm Intake Facility by Danze Blood Architects and Mell Lawrence Architects is among the 2014 Studio Award winners.

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The Touchstone Sketch

by: Jen Wong
Architect: Arthur W. Andersson, FAIA

Andersson-Wise Architects’ kept going back to a singular watercolor as they developed the design for Austin’s Topfer Theatre.

Andrew Pogue
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