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Stacey M. Dueitt , Assoc. AIA

Huerta & Associates Architects
11360 Hwy 105 E
Conroe, TX 77301
Phone: (936)539-6384
AIA Houston | Member Since: 2014

Stacy L. Giuseppetti , Assoc. AIA

Coordinator, FKP Architects
1650 S John King Blvd Apt 1609
Rockwall, TX 75032
Phone: (281)387-7868
AIA Dallas | Member Since: 2010

Stacey Elizabeth Mincey , AIA

Architect, Condray Design Group, Inc.
10615 Toledo Ave.
Lubbock, TX 79424
Phone: (806)785-2234
Fax: (806)748-6193
AIA Lubbock | Member Since: 1998 | http://www.condray.com

Ryan M. Perstac , AIA

Associate / Project Architect, CHAS Architects
915 W Mary St
Austin, TX 78704
Phone: (714)595-1417
AIA Austin | Member Since: 2009

David J. Slattery , AIA

Managing Partner, Slattery Tackett Architects, LLP
730 N Post Oak Rd Ste 200
Houston, TX 77024
Phone: (713)521-0591
Fax: (713)682-2356
AIA Houston | Member Since: 2008 | http://www.slatterytackett.com

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Demolition of the American Folk Art Museum

As demolition of Tod Williams and Billie Tsien's American Folk Art Museum building gets underway in New York City, The Architect's Newspaper Executive Editor Alan G. Brake explores the controversy ignited by this decision, and what it says about the public's appreciation for architecture.

April 14, 2014

BLOG | 500 Chicon: 2014 Design Awards Entries Are In!

On April 3, 2014, submissions for the Texas Society of Architects' 2014 Design Awards came to a close. See how the competition stacks up.

April 04, 2014

BLOG | Advocacy Update: The New World of Texas Politics — What It Means for You

Texas Society of Architects "Advocacy Update" blog post by David Lancaster, Hon. AIA, about the changing climate of Texas politics and how it concerns architectural interests.

March 28, 2014

Wilderness Tamed

At the Kimbell Art Museum in Fort Worth, the wilderness has been tamed and a campus created. Inga Saffron, architecture critic for The Philadelphia Inquirer, weighs in on the new Renzo Piano Pavilion.

March 17, 2014

BLOG | Architects Talking to Architects: Davey McEathron, AIA

In this “Architects Talking to Architects” post on the Texas Society of Architects blog, Davey McEathron, AIA, of Carter Design Associates talks to Texas Architects about the becoming an architect in his 40s, playing in indie rock bands, and enjoying sweltering Austin summers.

March 13, 2014

Magazine Articles

Urban Ecologies

by: Catherine Gavin

With its stacked interchanges and sweeping flyovers, Texas has no shortage roadway feats, yet they often represent barriers for connectivity. Urban designers across the state are rethinking these roadways and using green infrastructure to reconnect downtown districts.

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Place Matters

by: Michael Friebele, Assoc. AIA

With Gurley Place — an affordable senior housing development located across the street from Jubilee Park in Dallas — buildingcommunityWORKSHOP recognized the significance of community engagement as a way of maintaining one of the most intact, early twentieth-century neighborhoods in the city and responding to the dire need for housing.

Nicole Mlaker; Neil Hacker
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Design and Full Circles

by: Larry Paul Fuller

First things first. Regular readers of this magazine will notice that the name attached to this column is not the same as the one appearing here for almost 12 years now. Indeed, the tenure of Stephen Sharpe as editor of Texas Architect has come to an end — as even good things must do.

Julie Pizzo
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Bungalow Modern

by: Canan Yetmen

In Austin’s richly diverse and energetic East Side neighborhoods, a rebirth is taking place. The addition of the Heywood Hotel on East Cesar Chavez Street represents the latest addition to a burgeoning and thriving East Side culture. Nestled comfortably among the barbecue joints, tacquerias and local shops that have so far eluded big-box homogenization, the hotel builds respectfully on the neighborhood’s considerable charms.

Casey Dunn
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... with Bill Wilson, FAIA

by: Laura N. Bennett, AIA

On the evening of Tuesday, July 31, 2012, a modest gathering of Bill Wilson supporters met at the Butter Churn Restaurant in Sinton to discover the results of a hard-fought Republican primary runoff election for the Texas Representative District 43 seat. After a long day at the office, I hopped in my car and sped to Sinton to join my colleague on this important night.

Julie Pizzo Wood, David Keith
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