Architect Results

Kathy Collins , AIA

Sustainability Specialist-Architect, Sebesta
5300 Memorial Drive, Suite 390
Houston, TX 77007
Phone: (888)367-7181
Fax: (713)568-7576
AIA Houston | Member Since: 2000

Heather A. DeGrella , Assoc. AIA

Sustainability Coordinator, Opsis Architects
920 NW 17th Ave
Portland, OR 97209
Phone: (503)943-6228
AIA San Antonio | Member Since: 2007 | www.opsisarch.com

Lolalisa DeCarlo King , AIA

Sustainability Strategist, Architect For Life - A Professional Corporation
2450 Louisiana St # 400-233
Houston, TX 77006
Phone: (888)986-7771
Fax: (888)986-7772
AIA Houston | Member Since: 1985

Jeanette C. Shaw , AIA

Director of QA/QC and Sustainability, Powers Brown Architecture
2623 Austins Place
Sugar Land, TX 77478
Phone: (713)224-0456
Fax: (713)224-0457
AIA Houston | Member Since: 2008

Firm Results

Website Articles

Small is Beautiful

Candid Rogers Architect’s Marfa 10 x 10 Lightbox peeks over the shrubs to provide sweeping views of the West Texas landscape.

March 02, 2015

Fireside Chats: Meet the Speakers

During our 75th Annual Convention and Design Expo, the Society will host Fireside Chats giving emerging professionals an opportunity to sit down with established, notable Texas architects for conversations about their careers, futures, and the profession.

August 13, 2014

AIA Selects 2014 COTE Top Ten Projects

The American Institute of Architects and its Committee on the Environment have selected the top ten examples of sustainable architecture and ecological design projects that protect and enhance the environment. The projects will be honored at the AIA 2014 National Convention and Design Exposition in Chicago.

April 22, 2014

BLOG | 2014 Architizer A+ Awards: Texas Winners

Three Texas Architecture firms take home Architizer A+ Awards.

April 11, 2014

Beyond the Box

The Paisano Green Community in El Paso, by Workshop8, is educating residents to be stewards of their environment. It is the first net zero, LEED Platinum-certified low-income senior housing project in the city.

March 03, 2014

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

Self-Sustaining House Members Only

Bercy Chen Studio’s Self-Sustaining House optimizes rainwater retention, solar radiation, and a turbine-driven generator and compressor to satisfy all energy and water needs.

Page 22

Weather Room Members Only

Through minimalist multitasking, LOJO’s Weather Room takes portability to a new level.

Page 22

Cabin Fever

by: Jack Murphy, Assoc. AIA

Urs Peter “Upe” Flueckiger and students of Texas Tech University College of Architecture build a smart and compact Sustainable Cabin in West Texas.

Urs Peter "Upe" Fleuckiger and Denny Mingus
Page 44

Small is Beautiful Members Only

by: Jack Murphy, Assoc. AIA

Candid Rogers Architect’s Marfa 10 x 10 Lightbox peeks over the shrubs to provide sweeping views of the West Texas landscape.

Chris Cooper
Page 56

Materials and Sustainability

by: Donna Kacmar, FAIA

The Materials Research Collaborative at the University of Houston is pushing sustainability and providing valuable tools for the students and local design community.

PHOTOS OF MRC BY JULIE PIZZO WOOD
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The Shape of Texas Episodes

Volume/Episode Name City Year
10/17 Sustainability in Architecture General