Architect Results

Emily Garrett , Assoc. AIA

Dekker Perich Sabatini
37 Highland Dr.
Ransom, TX 79366
AIA Lubbock | Member Since: 2015

Victor V. Gelsomino Jr. Jr., AIA

15 Boulevard Green
Bellaire, TX 77401
Phone: (713)664-8240
AIA Houston | Member Since: 1975

Somblawende D. Kabore , Assoc. AIA

Architectural Intern, Huckabee Inc.
5401 Rampart St Apt 212
Houston, TX 77081
Phone: (713)314-0842
AIA Houston | Member Since: 2015

Nina L. Murrell , AIA

153 Elm St
Somerville, MA 02144
Phone: (512)569-9665
AIA Austin | Member Since: 2000

Ross John Narvaeth , AIA

Narvaeth Architects
21 N Rim Rd
Ransom Canyon, TX 79366
Phone: (806)829-2543
AIA Lubbock | Member Since: 1993

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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.

January 28, 2016

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.

January 26, 2016

Pollen at Peace

A new chapel and administrative building at St. Edwards University by Pollen Architecture & Design adds another piece to a 15-year-old master plan.

December 21, 2015

Pendleton Farms

Tim Cuppett Architects’ Pendleton Farm blends a traditional Texas farmhouse vernacular with a modern sensibility.

November 02, 2015

The Art in Architecture

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

October 05, 2015

Current Magazine Issue

January/February 2016

Architects are using data to make a positive impact on building projects. Architects at Page team with other specialists to conduct social research for a new dorm for UT Austin. bcWORKSHOP designs a new Housing First project in Dallas with input from the homeless. Lake|Flato divulges how it stays engaged with its projects post-occupancy. And we take a closer look at the electronic infrastructure that makes Parkland Hospital one of the most advanced buildings of its type in the world.

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Magazine Articles

Letters to the Editor

by: Aaron Seward

Aaron Seward discusses his return to Texas and some of his plans for shaping Texas Architect magazine, including the reintroduction of the letters section.

Page 7

Staying Engaged Members Only

by: Corey Squire

Lake|Flato Architects is known for its sustainably designed homes. When some of its clients started noticing higher-than-expected energy bills, the firm revisted the houses and installed energy-monitoring devices to get to the root of the problem.

Page 54

Control Systems Members Only

by: Rita Catnella Orrell

In the January-February 2016 issue, TA’s products editor selects some of the most innovative building control systems on the market today.

Page 18

Poteet Architects’ Poolside Pavilion

The owners of a Victorian home in San Antonio’s historic King Williams neighborhood wanted a little something extra in the backyard.

Page 80

Field with No Center

by: Jack Murphy, Assoc. AIA

Artist Margo Sawyer partners with architects, engineers, glass blowers, metal fabricators, car painters, and others in her sometimes-monumental, but always joyful, works.

Jeff Wilson
Page 79

The Shape of Texas Episodes

Volume/Episode Name City Year
12/12 Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center Austin 2001