Bryan R. Amsden , AIA
Houston, TX 77018
Georgetown, TX 78626
Houston, TX 77020
Bryan, TX 77802
Rowlett, TX 75088
Between Green and Violet
Rand Elliott, FAIA, deploys color with purpose, punctuating galleries at the Marfa Contemporary with vivid jolts of blue and using colored lighting to transform a series of parking structures in surprising ways.
John Only Greer, FAIA: 1933–2015
John Only Greer, FAIA, of Bryan, a professor emeritus at Texas A&M University College of Architecture and past president of the Society, passed away on Friday, June 12. A great teacher and mentor, he will be deeply missed by his Texas Architects friends and colleagues.
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.
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.
BLOG | Architects Talking to Architects: Matthew Faulkner, AIA
In this “Architects Talking to Architects” post on the Texas Society of Architects blog, Matthew Faulkner, AIA, co-founder of PACT Design Studio talks to Texas Architects about his love of woodworking, finding inspiration in pop culture, and his assortment of musical preferences.
Roy Kelly Terminal and Parking Garage
Powers Brown Architecture created a safe and inviting street presence with the clean lines and bright lights of the Roy Kelley Terminal and Parking Garage in Bryan.
Texas Society of Architects Honor Awards
The Texas Society of Architects announces the recipients of our 2013 Honor Awards.
Giesecke and Vosper at Texas A&M
In the midst of the Great Depression, two architects, Dr. Frederick E. Giesecke and Samuel C. P. Vosper, transformed the campus of Texas A&M University with 10 new buildings in just five years.
A Quiet, Stately Statement
Architect: Robert A.M. Stern Architects
The George H. W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum was designed by HOK to blend into its context at the Texas A&M University campus.
The Greater Texas Foundation
The Greater Texas Foundation (GTF) building is a collaboration among architecture firm Furman + Keil and an integrated project team that began before the design was initiated and continued throughout the design and construction process.
The Shape of Texas Episodes