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Thomas Colbert, AIA, 1954–2015

by: Bruce Webb

The architect and educator brought new opportunities to the University of Houston and engaged his students in costal disaster planning.

Craig Hartley
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Social Studies

by: Lawrence W. Speck, FAIA

Aalto’s Baker House dormitory at MIT inspires a study of student housing at UT Austin and a revival of the Modern Movement’s social aspirations.

Casey Dunn Photography
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Out of the Shadows

by: Audrey Maxwell, AIA

bcWORKSHOP ran focus groups and workshops to gather information for their design of The Cottages at Hickory Crossing, a Housing First project that will serve people often deemed impossible cases.

Craig D. Blackmon, FAIA
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A Machine for Healing

by: Ron Stelmarski, AIA

The new Parkland Hospital building has been called the world’s first all-digital hospital, a healthcare facility where technology and design merge to improve functionality, lessen the institutional feel, and stay on the cutting edge of advances in medical science.

Assassi Productions
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Field of Dreams

by: Jack Murphy, Assoc. AIA

Four installations — winners of the Field Constructs Design Competition — occupied a brownfield site in East Austin for two weeks in November. The projects on view drew attention to the quickly aligning trends of digital fabrication and environmental sustainability.

Whit Preston
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2015 AIA Dallas Built Design Awards

AIA Dallas announces the winners of its 2015 Built Design Awards.

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2015 AIA Fort Worth Excellence in Architecture Design Awards

AIA Fort Worth announces the winners of its 2015 Excellence in Architecture Design Awards.

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A New Building in Bryan, Designed for a Student Design Competition, May Soon Rise Members Only

by: Eurico R. Francisco, AIA

The winning project, by Texas A&M University architecture student Jaechang Ko, is a long, airy, one-story pavilion.

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Emery O. Young, Jr., AIA 1932 – 2016 Members Only

by: W. Mark Gunderson, AIA

Established in 1971, Emery Young Associates was the most recognized modernist architecture studio of its day in Fort Worth.

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A Texas Architect at the Paris Climate Talks Members Only

by: Aaron Seward

Rives Taylor, FAIA, of Gensler’s Houston Office, was on the scene to see how the U.N. is including the built environment in the discussion of global climate change.

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Calendar, March-April 2016 Members Only

Highlights of architecture and cultural happenings around Texas, including AIA Houston’s Celebrate Architecture Gala and Ann Veronica Janssens at the Nasher

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Reverse Engineering the Rent: Prototype Housing for Modest Means

by: Jack Murphy, Assoc. AIA

A proposal by Edward M. Baum, FAIA, takes into account the necessities of life in the DFW Metroplex and comes in at a cost of $80/sf.

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Campsite Rules

by: Aaron Seward
Architect: Charles Di Piazza, AIA & Chris Cobb, AIA

An activist client in Austin’s Heritage Neighborhood commissions an architectural think piece of a house to save a prominent site from the rampant march of stealth dorms.

Paul Bardagjy
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2015 AIA San Antonio Design Awards Members Only

The winners of AIA San Antonio’s 2015 Design Awards.

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LRGV-AIA 2015 Design Awards Members Only

The winners of the Lower Rio Grande Valley AIA’s 2015 design awards.

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Behind the Scenes

by: Ronnie L. Self, AIA

Kendall/Heaton could be the most prominent Texas practice you’ve never heard about. Focusing solely on architect of record services, the firm has completed some of the state’s highest-profile projects, designed by a cast of the world’s most famous architects.

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Sportsman Members Only

by: Ryan Flener, Assoc. AIA

HKS architect Bryan Trubey, FAIA, designs stadiums around the world. He sees these buildings as the ultimate civic setting, drawing people of all cultures together in the spirit of competition.

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Healthcare International

by: Florence Tang, Assoc. AIA

WHR, working in collaboration with Arup and KHR Arkitekter, recently won a competition for a new hospital in Denmark. The design combines the best aspects of European and American approaches to health care.

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For Humanity

by: Tommy Stewart, AIA

Fort Worth architect Tommy Stewart, AIA, designed a school for earthquake-ravaged Haiti, an endeavor he considers to be among the most profound experiences of his life.

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Cross Culture Members Only

by: Michael Friebele, Assoc. AIA

A Dallas Developer from Switzerland hires a Japanese architect to design the next phase of his signature Uptown district, Harwood. Kengo Kuma’s design for the new Rolex Tower is a human-scale high-rise that relates to the street.

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Regarding the Grotesque Members Only

by: Kevin McClellan, AIA

Marc Fornes’ new installation “Spineway” in San Antonio straddles the boundary between art and architecture. As Kevin McClellan writes, it is “both-and.”

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Ispirazione

by: Max Levy, FAIA

Max Levy, FAIA, talks about Venice and finding inspiration in the work of Carlo Scarpa.

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Sizing Up Design: Working Big

by: Ron Stelmarski, AIA

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

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BIG little house

by: Canan Yetmen

Donna Kacmar, FAIA, has a new book on bigger, small houses in Texas.

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AIA Dallas 2014 Design Awards

Texas Architect magazine features the AIA Dallas 2014 Design Awards.

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