Houston, TX 77098
Houston, TX 77005
Houston, TX 77006
Willow City, TX 78675
Houston, TX 77098
Lessons by the Sea
Sea Scout Base Galveston, a newly completed maritime educational center by Shipley Architects and Randall-Porterfield Architects, seeks to accomplish two goals: to inspire learners to care about the maritime environment, and to withstand the hurricanes and storms that so often threaten the Texas coast.
2015 Honor Awards
The Texas Society of Architects announces the recipients our 2015 Honor Awards, which recognize exceptional members, firms, individuals, and organizations for outstanding achievements in support of the profession of architecture, the built environment, and the quality of life in Texas.
A Kind of Resurrection
San Antonio-based architect and furniture-maker Brian Korte, AIA, takes pleasure in seeing recovered materials reborn in new forms.
The Old House, and the New
When a client asked Jim Poteet, FAIA, to update a historic San Antonio home, the architect adopted a forthright approach that marries historic details and contemporary craftsmanship.
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.
Current Magazine Issue
The work of architects is the work of making — although often at several steps removed from the physical act of building. The July/August 2015 issue of <em>Texas Architect</em> looks at architects who bridge the gap.
Max Levy, FAIA, talks about Venice and finding inspiration in the work of Carlo Scarpa.
BIG little house
Donna Kacmar, FAIA, has a new book on bigger, small houses in Texas.
Lake|Flato Architects Recognized by Interior Design Magazine
Interior Design magazine honorees for its 30th annual Hall of Fame Awards include David Lake, FAIA, and Ted Flato, FAIA, of Lake|Flato Architects.
My Middle-Aged City
The biological paradigm that explains cities as entities remains in vogue, and David Heymann embraces it for his discussion of Austin’s growing pains.