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BLOG | Q&A with Tere O'Connell, AIA
When the City of Austin decided to use East Austin’s historic Dedrick-Hamilton house as the basis for a new African American Cultural Heritage Facility, the job fell to Austin preservationist Tere O’Connell, AIA, to unearth details of the home’s history and how best to preserve it.
BLOG | Absence (and Renovation) Makes the Heart Grow Fonder
Renovations are winding down, and TxA staff members are settling in to their new, improved office spaces.
BLOG | William Dupont, FAIA, Works to Preserve Hemingway’s Finca Vigia in Cuba
William Dupont is working to restore Ernest Hemingway's home in Cuba and building an archive that will be the first project built in that country with American supplies since the '50s.
At Home on the Border
The Lower Rio Grande Valley AIA’s 2015 Building Communities Conference Tour begins with Brownsville’s oldest home, and ends with its newest.
A Language of Movement
Lawrence Halprin and his choreographer wife, Anna, developed a way of notating movement they called “Motation.” Its revelations influenced the design of Fort Worth’s Heritage Park Plaza.
2014 Preservation Texas Honor Awards
Texas Architect magazine features the 2014 Preservation Texas Honor Awards.
Courthouses of Central Texas
Brantley Hightower’s new book is “both monumental and approachable” — words the author himself uses to describe the Central Texas courthouses he loves.
Historic Texas courthouses, modern residences of Dallas, the potential of tiltwall construction, and a curated series of houses by Alterstudio Architecture — we review four new books exploring a wide array of architectural topics.
The Ongoing March of –isms: Preservation of Postmodernism Today
Postmodernism is the next architectural era up on the preservation carousel. What will we save and what will we allow to pass into dust?
Worthy of World Heritage
Architect: Ford, Powell & Carson
Amid new bike trails and picnic tables, natural grasses and canoe slips, and native birds and shaded overlooks, four of San Antonio’s Spanish Colonial Missions are preparing to become the first World Heritage Site in Texas.