Architect Results

Arantzazu Alvarado , Assoc. AIA

Brax Easterwood Design
36 Adler Cir
Galveston, TX 77551
Phone: (409)354-9831
AIA Houston | Member Since: 2011

Robert P. Brown , AIA

Program Director, Facilities Planning
1027 Sealy Street
Galveston, TX 77550
Phone: (409)771-2269
Fax: (409)772-5199
AIA Houston | Member Since: 1990

William H. Coltzer Jr., AIA

Principal, Zero Six Consulting, LLC
8423 Stewart Rd
Galveston, TX 77554
Phone: (409)740-0090
Fax: (409)740-0554
AIA Houston | Member Since: 1999 | http://www.z6consulting.com

Glenn S. Cramer , AIA

Principal
1309 Harbor View Dr
Galveston, TX 77550
Phone: (214)808-7275
AIA Dallas | Member Since: 1984

Claude Brax Easterwood , AIA

Principal Architect, Brax Easterwood Design
2728 Avenue Q Suite 2
Galveston, TX 77550
Phone: (409)354-8976
AIA Houston | Member Since: 2004 | http://beaia.com

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BLOG | 2014 Architizer A+ Awards: Texas Winners

Three Texas Architecture firms take home Architizer A+ Awards.

April 11, 2014

AIA Dallas 2013 Design Awards

The AIA Dallas Design Awards recognize outstanding work by Dallas architects, both in the metropolitan area and around the globe. Juries honored designs that respond to unique cultural, social, environmental, and contextual challenges.

January 09, 2014

BLOG | Architects Talking to Architects: Danelle Briscoe, Assoc. AIA

Danelle Briscoe, Assoc. AIA, assistant professor at The University of Texas at Austin School of Architecture, talks to Texas Architects about growing up in Galveston, garage-saling, and her first trip to Istanbul.

December 12, 2013

Fire|Beach House

Surrounded by sandburs, the sea breeze, and a wide airstrip, the Fire|Beach House in Galveston is a surprising piece of contemporary architecture.

September 23, 2013

AIA Houston Design Awards

In July, AIA Houston announced the recipients of its 2013 Design Awards. The competition recognizes the best projects completed within the last five years that are either located in the Houston metropolitan area or designed by an architect based there.

September 09, 2013

Magazine Articles

...with Ardis Clinton, AIA

by: Constance Adams, AIA

Ardis Clinton, AIA, is essential to the community at the Perkins+Will Houston office, and when she is not surprising the team with ice cream treats as reprieve from hot summer days or helping young interns with their licensure process, Clinton manages projects like the Galveston National Laboratory biodefense facility and then goes home to twin sons.

Nicole Mlaker
Page 67

Fire|Beach House

by: Aaron Seward

Surrounded by sandburs, the sea breeze, and a wide airstrip, the Fire|Beach House in Galveston is a surprising piece of contemporary architecture.

Andrew Pogue
Page 58

Preservation Texas Announces 2012 Honor Awards

Preservation Texas recently announced its 2012 Honor Awards, which includes 10 awards and a special commendation recognizing the best of preservation in Texas. Individuals and projects in Austin, Dallas, Galveston, Houston, Marshall, San Antonio, and West Texas received awards.

Courtesy of Preservation Texas
Page 117

Fire/Beach House

Conceived as a primary fire and rescue support for Galveston Island, this Fire and Rescue Station was honored at the 2012 Texas Architects Studio Awards program, which annually recognizes excellence in unbuilt architectural design.

Page 22

Preservationists Save 1891 Cottage, Now Updated With ‘Green’ Strategies

by: Stephen Sharpe
Architect: Greg Lewis

Still, two years after Hurricane Ike, the lingering effects of the storm are widely evident in many parts of Galveston. Ike, reportedly the third costliest hurricane ever to make landfall in the U.S., waylaid the island city on Sept. 13, 2008 with 110-mph winds and a 17-foot storm surge that officials estimate damaged more than 80 percent of the existing houses. In fact, according to a City of Galveston report issued one year after the storm, many of those properties were either abandoned or in need of replacement due to the extent of damage and/or lack of flood insurance.

David Canright/Galveston Historical Foundation
Page 12

The Shape of Texas Episodes

Volume/Episode Name City Year
14/15 Trueheart Building Galveston 1970
13/02 Balinese Room Galveston 1942
12/21 Sacred Heart Catholic Church Galveston 1903
10/26 Tremont House Galveston
09/16 Hotel Galvez Galveston 1911
08/23 Sand Castles Galveston 2003
06/26 Seawall Galveston 1904
05/01 Garten Verein Galveston
03/23 Bishop's Palace Galveston
02/13 The Strand Galveston 1976