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Helen S. Bailey , AIA

Director, Facilities Mgt & Const, University of North Texas
1500 Gatewood Dr
Denton, TX 76205
Phone: (940)369-7886
Fax: (940)565-4650
AIA Dallas | Member Since: 2005

Stanley A. Bohinc , AIA

9904 Edmondson Drive
Denton, TX 76207
Phone: (940)262-3194
Fax: (940)262-3195
AIA Northeast Texas | Member Since: 1987

Jack L. Denton , AIA

Denton Architectural Services
215 Mantlebrook Dr
De Soto, TX 75115
Phone: (972)223-2854
Fax: (972)223-2854
AIA Dallas | Member Since: 1967

Raynard O. Kearbey , AIA

Assoc. Vice Chancellor for Sys. Fac., University of North Texas System
1155 Union Cir # 311040
Denton, TX 76203
Phone: (972)217-4408
Fax: (940)565-4650
AIA Dallas | Member Since: 1980

James R. Kirkpatrick , FAIA

President, Kirkpatrick Architecture Studio
100 W Mulberry St
Denton, TX 76201
Phone: (940)387-8182
Fax: (940)383-0262
AIA Fort Worth | Member Since: 1975

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BLOG | 2015 Design Conference: Recap

More than 60 architects braved the freeze to attend the Society's Fourth Annual Design Conference: CRAFT in Denton.

March 05, 2015

BLOG | Discovering Craft in Denton

TxA Design Committee Chair Brantley Hightower, AIA, invites you to join him in Denton for keynote presentations, tours, and much more at our Fourth Annual Design Conference: CRAFT.

January 07, 2015

2015 Design Conference: CRAFT

Architecture Tours and Learning Opportunities
27 February – 1 March
Denton, Texas


December 04, 2014

A Texas Architect: The life and work of O’Neil Ford

The blend of modernism and Texas traditionalism evident in some of Denton’s most iconic buildings can be attributed to the singular style of O’Neil Ford, a longtime Denton resident who was one of the most renowned and prominent architects in the U.S. In his lifetime, Ford was appointed to the National Council on the Arts by President Lyndon B. Johnson and remains the only human to ever be given the title of National Historic Landmark.

June 18, 2012

New Book Highlights Noted Courthouse Architect

Most Texans have seen his buildings. They picturesquely loom over the square in numerous county seats from La Grange to Gonzales. Now, James Riely Gordon, who designed some of the most elaborate courthouses in the nation, is getting his due with a new book by Chris Meister, "James Riely Gordon: His Courthouses and Other Public Architecture."

May 21, 2012

Magazine Articles

Bold Moves

by: Audrey Maxwell, Assoc. AIA
Architect: Polshek Partnership (now Ennead Architects) with Jacobs Engineering Group

Ennead Architects went off the grid for their design approach this business school at the University of North Texas.

Thomas McConnell and Aislinn Weidlele
Page 74

UNT Apogee Stadium

The University of North Texas Apogee Stadium is the first newly constructed collegiate football stadium in the nation to achieve LEED Platinum Certification by the United States Green Building Council. 

Page 62

UNT Business Leadership Building

The new Business Leadership Building by Polshek Partnership Architects at the University of North Texas in Denton represents UNT’s pursuit of green standards as outlined in the American College & University Presidents’ Climate Commitment.

Page 24

Citybank Auditorium

Originally built in the mid-1950s, City Bank Auditorium in Lubbock is about to undergo its first major update since opening 60 years ago. Kirkpatrick Architecture Studio in Denton and Westlake Reed Leskosky in Cleveland, Ohio, have partnered to complete renovations and additions to the auditorium located adjacent to the northeast corner of the Texas Tech campus.

Page 25

LaGrone Advanced Technology Complex

by: Megan Braley
Architect: PBK Architects

The 120,792-square-foot LaGrone Advanced Technology Complex, located in the Denton Independent School District, includes 16 academies that provide students with trade-specific technical skills. PBK Architects of Dallas has uniquely designed each academy to reflect a specific professional working environment that facilitates increased learning through experience.

Jud Haggard
Page 65

The Shape of Texas Episodes

Volume/Episode Name City Year
19/14 Denton County African American Museum/Quakertown House
17/01 Texas Motor Speedway Fort Worth/Denton 1995
05/13 Murchison Performing Arts Center Denton 1999
02/24 Little Chapel in the Woods Denton 1939