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Decatur Street House

by: Gerald Moorhead, FAIA

Kinneymorrow Architecture’s Decatur Street House is a Texas Society of Architects 2015 Design Award winner.

Luis Ayala, AIA
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Everyday Architect

by: Canan Yetmen

If you were to take a fingerprint sample of Austin’s building boom, chances are good the evidence would point to one prolific architectural instigator: Michael Hsu, AIA.

Jeff Wilson
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TxA's 76th Annual Convention and Design Expo in Dallas

The Texas Society of Architects 76th Annual Convention and Design Expo will be held at the Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center in Dallas from November 5-7.

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2015 Studio Awards

The Texas Society of Architects Studio Awards recognize unbuilt projects that demonstrate innovation and excellence in design. The 2015 jury was composed entirely of San Francisco Bay Area architects: Karl Backus, AIA, of Bohlin Cywinski Jackson; E.B. Min, AIA, of Min|Day; and Craig Scott of IwamotoScott Architecture.

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Texas Postmodern: The Inception of a Canonical Regionalism

by: Andrew Veroony, AIA

An almost obscure project by Taft Architects perhaps best embodied a decade of architecture that referenced place, context, ornament, and style.

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Casa Xixim

by: Catherine Gavin

Perched above the sea in a tropical paradise, this vacation home provides simple luxury in close congress with nature.

Taggart Sorensen
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Embracing the Edge

by: James Burnett and Cheryl Lough

Smooth and rounded, or sharp and jagged — edges are a powerful tool in landscape architecture, providing dynamism and defining the nature of a space.

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A Gateway and a Hill

by: Ben Koush

The Cherie Flores Garden Pavilion and the McGovern Centennial Gardens are the latest addition to Hermann Park, one of Houston’s most important public spaces.

Casey Dunn Photography, Terry Vine, and Scott Shigley
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Wind, Rain, Sky

by: Bart Shaw, AIA
Architect: Max Levy Architect

Max Levy’s design for the Saint Michael and All Angels Columbarium references elemental forces in the creation of a meditative space for contemplating life and death.

Charles David Smith, AIA
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Seamless Ecology

by: Kory Bieg

Designed on a computer, baked in an oven, and shipped six thousand miles in four specially made boxes, Igor Siddiqui’s Scye is beautiful series of 3D-printed, bioplastic vaults.

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Pollen at Peace

by: Jen Wong
Architect: Pollen Architecture and Design

A new chapel and administrative building at St. Edwards University by Pollen Architecture & Design adds another piece to a 15-year-old master plan.

Whit Preston
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Urban Change, Urban Memory

by: Gerald Moorhead, FAIA
Architect: PGAL

Partially destroyed in a fire, the Bethel Missionary Baptist Church in Houston’s 4th Ward has been transformed into a public park.

Jud Haggard, Geoff Lyon, and
White Oak Studio
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Inside/Out

Inside/Out is the product of an in-depth study and plan to rehabilitate an old shotgun house in Houston’s Fifth Ward.

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Le Corbusier’s Landscape

by: Charissa N. Terranova

It is a propitious time to revisit the lifework of the Swiss-born French architect Le Corbusier, particularly as his approach relates to landscape.

INSTALLATION VIEW OF THE EXHIBITION “LE CORBUSIER: AN ATLAS OF MODERN LANDSCAPES” COURTESY THE MUSEUM OF MODERN ART, NEW YORK.
PHOTOGRAPH BY JONATHAN MUZIKAR. “BLUE MOUNTAINS” (1910) AND “PLAN FOR BUENOS AIRES” (1929) COURTESY THE MUSEUM OF MODERN ART
AND THE FONDATION LE CORBUSIER, PARIS. © 2013 ARTISTS RIGHTS SOCIETY (ARS), NEW YORK / ADAGP, PARIS / FLC.
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PURCH

by: Rebecca Roberts

Through his PURCH project (Positioned Urban Roosts for Civic Habitation), architect Ned Dodington, Assoc. AIA, hopes to expand our perspectives on animal architecture.

PHOTOS COURTESY NED DODINGTON, ASSOC. AIA.
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AIA Austin Latinos in Architecture

by: Paul Medrano, AIA

As part of the Austin community, AIA Austin Latinos in Architecture strives to be a positive influence for Latino students who aspire to become architects.

PHOTO COURTESY AIA AUSTIN LATINOS IN ARCHITECTURE
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Kenneth E. Bentsen, FAIA (1926–2013)

by: Stephen Fox

Important Houston architect Kenneth Edward Bentsen, FAIA, died on September 24, 2013.

PHOTO OF KENNETH E. BENTSEN, FAIA, COURTESY HIS FAMILY.
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Minding the Gap

by: Gregory Ibañez, FAIA

With the opening of the new restaurant pavilion designed by Thomas Phifer, Klyde Warren Park’s success should only increase — its transformation of downtown Dallas is nothing short of astonishing.

PHOTOS BY THOMAS MCCONNELL AND MEI-CHUN JAU. RENDERING BY THE OFFICE OF JAMES BURNETT.
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A Walk in the Park with Willis Winters, FAIA

by: Gerald Moorhead, FAIA

Willis Winters, FAIA, is in the position to have the greatest impact on the quality of life in Dallas of any public official.

Nicole Mlakar
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AIA Fort Worth Homes Tour Set for April

The 2014 AIA Fort Worth Homes Tour will feature homes by Ames Fender, AIA, Bennett Benner Partners, Architects + Planners, Firm 817, John Wesley Jones, Archi¬tect, and Norman Ward, AIA.

AIA FORT WORTH HOMES TOUR LOGO COURTESY AIA FORT WORTH.
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Transformative Grant for The Contemporary Austin

The Contemporary Austin was awarded a $9 million grant that will be used by the museum to create a sculpture garden on its 12-acre lakeside estate of Laguna Gloria.

COMMON CROSSINGS (DETAIL) COURTESY THE ARTIST AND ZACH FEUER GALLERY.
PHOTO BY DAVE MEAD.
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Myriad Botanical Gardens

by: Ben Koush

Downtown Oklahoma City’s Myriad Botani¬cal Gardens received a huge face-lift from The Office of James Burnett in collaboration with David Epstein, AIA, of Gensler’s Austin office.

PHOTO COURTESY THE OFFICE OF JAMES BURNETT.
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Material Arts

by: Catherine Gavin

Mies, materials, and digital fabrication — material arts are creative outlets providing new paths for architecture.

PHOTO BY JULIE PIZZO WOOD
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Wilderness Tamed

by: Inga Saffron
Architect: Renzo Piano Building Workshop (Design Architect) and Kendall/Heaton Associates (Architect of Record)

At the Kimbell Art Museum, the wilderness has been tamed, a campus created.

Michel Denancé, HawkEye Media,
Paul Hester, Hickey & Robertson, Thomas McConnell
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Delightful

by: Joe Self, AIA
Architect: Renzo Piano Building Workshop (Design Architect) and Kendall/Heaton Associates (Architect of Record)

The impossibly smooth concrete of the new Renzo Piano Pavilion at the Kimbell Art Museum is just one of the material details of the building that demonstrates why architecture has the power to resonate with people.

Thomas McConnell
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