Architect Results

J. Craig Babe , AIA

Assistant Professor of the Practice, Texas A&M University
TAMU 3137
College Station, TX 77843
Phone: (979)690-2595
AIA Brazos Chapter | Member Since: 2009

R. Don Hensley , AIA

Practice Director, Stantec
5717 Legacy Drive
Suite 250
Plano, TX 75024
Phone: (972)539-2184
Fax: (214)473-2401
AIA Fort Worth | Member Since: 1997

Kirk Millican , AIA

Facilities Practice Leader, Freese and Nichols, Inc.
4055 International Plz Ste 200
Fort Worth, TX 76109
Phone: (214)906-0098
AIA Dallas | Member Since: 1980

Martin J. Pease , Intl. Assoc. AIA

Vice President & Senior Practice Director, Archite, Atkins North America
16025 Cinca Terra Dr
AUSTIN, TX 78738
Phone: (512)372-6840
AIA Austin | Member Since: 2015

Jeremy J. Theodore , AIA

Education Practice Lead/Senior Architect, DOWA - IBI Group
801 2Nd Ave Ste 1400
Seattle, WA 98104
Phone: (206)518-5910
Fax: (206)521-9095
AIA Austin | Member Since: 2007

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The Art in Architecture

Austin-based artist Josef Kristofoletti believes in a reciprocal and mutually enriching relationship between paintings and buildings.

October 05, 2015

White on White

Baldridge Architects’ new office, a study in precision-built minimalism, offers a counterintuitive take on design-build in practice.

August 31, 2015

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.

August 18, 2015

A Kind of Resurrection

San Antonio-based architect and furniture-maker Brian Korte, AIA, takes pleasure in seeing recovered materials reborn in new forms.

August 17, 2015

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.

June 15, 2015

Current Magazine Issue

September/October 2015

The 13 projects that received 2015 Design Awards represent a range of typologies, styles, and a distinct Texas vernacular. Jurors Karl A. Backus, AIA, of Bohlin Cywinski Jackson; Alex Krieger, FAIA, of NBBJ and the Harvard Graduate School of Design; Bruce Lindsey, AIA, of Sam Fox School of Design & Visual Arts; and Jennifer Yoos, FAIA, of VJAA and University of Minnesota School of Architecture came together to recognize an array of worthy projects they would not have arrived at individually.

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Magazine Articles

Innovation and Design

by: Catherine Gavin

Digital fabrication is turning traditional architectural practice on its head, and as academics press forward into uncharted territories, communication and cross-pollination with practicing architects is increasingly important.

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Tiltwallism: A Treatise on the Architectural Potential of Tiltwall Construction

by: Mitch Bloomquist, Assoc. AIA

Are tilt-walls the solution to the problem of architects’ disengagement with the most common forms of construction? Author Jeffrey Brown, AIA, offers a primer on tilt-up construction and a critique of its absence from serious architectural practice.

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Small Stuff

by: Ben Koush

Digital fabrication techniques have allowed three up-and-coming Texas firms to experiment with new, small-scale forms — but experience shows that technology only goes so far. Expertise and craft remain critical elements of architectural practice.

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White on White

by: Jen Wong

Baldridge Architects’ new office, a study in precision-built minimalism, offers a counterintuitive take on design-build in practice.

Casey Dunn and Elaine Shen
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Amarillo Museum of Art Biennial 600 – Sculpture Members Only

by: Leigh A. Arnold

The Amarillo Museum of Art (AMoA) debuts Biennial 600 — the sixth in an ongoing series of juried biennial exhibitions that explore specific areas of artistic practice through a particular material.

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