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Collaboration & Craftsmen

Collaboration with craftsmen pays off, according to Wendy Dunnam Tita, AIA, of Page and Vicki Yuan, AIA, of Lake|Flato Architects.

January 05, 2015

An Interview with Brooke Hodge, Guest Curator at the Nasher

Texas Architect Editor Catherine Gavin interviews the Nasher's Guest Curator Brooke Hodge about the exhibition "Provocations: The Architecture and Design of Heatherwick Studio."

September 09, 2014

The Vision of Paolo Soleri

“The Vision of Paolo Soleri: Prophet in the Desert” by Lisa Scafuro captures the life and times of the futurist architect, urban planner, and environmentalist best known for his Arcosanti settlement.

September 09, 2014

BLOG | Repositioning the Institute: What It Means to the Texas Society of Architects

AIA National Board Member John Nyfeler, FAIA, discusses progress on the AIA Repositioning Initiative and the impact of planned changes for Texas Architects.

October 31, 2013

Seher Shah’s “Constructed Landscapes”

With degrees in art and architecture, artist Seher Shah’s areas of interest include overlapping historical and geographical elements, reconstructing modernist architecture and urban monuments, and examining futurist landscapes.

July 29, 2013

Current Magazine Issue

January/February 2015

Despite the state motto, bigger isn’t always better. This January/February issue of <em>Texas Architect</em> magazine takes a look at why building small matters.

Magazine Cover

Magazine Articles

Running with X-acto

by: Canan Yetmen

For Scott Specht of Specht Harpman Architects, building small has always been rewarding.

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Collaboration & Craftsmen

by: Erika Huddleston

Collaboration with craftsmen pays off, according to Wendy Dunnam Tita, AIA, of Page and Vicki Yuan, AIA, of Lake|Flato Architects.

Jeff Wilson
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Seher Shah’s “Constructed Landscapes”

by: Rachel Adams

With degrees in art and architecture, artist Seher Shah’s areas of interest include overlapping historical and geographical elements, reconstructing modernist architecture and urban monuments, and examining futurist landscapes.

PHOTO OF “OBJECT RELIC (UNITÉ D’HABITATION)” COURTESY THE ARTIST.
PHOTO OF “OBJECT REPETITION (LINE TO DISTANCE)” BY JULIE WOOD PIZZO.
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