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Where Texas Ends
Perched above El Paso, the Franklin Mountain House — Tucson practice Hazelbaker Rush’s first project — was inspired by the bleak but arresting qualities of the Southwestern landscape.
BLOG | Webinar: Solar for Independent School Districts
The Comptroller of Public Accounts State Energy Conservation Office (SECO) will sponsor a webinar hosted by the North Central Texas Council of Governments aimed at providing resources for independent school districts interested in going solar.
BLOG | 2016 Texas Trailbreak Reception
Attending the 2016 AIA National Convention in Philadelphia? Join the Texas Society of Architects for our annual Texas Trailbreak reception!
Out of the Shadows
bcWORKSHOP ran focus groups and workshops to gather information for their design of The Cottages at Hickory Crossing, a Housing First project that will serve people often deemed impossible cases.
BLOG | Advocacy Update: 2016 Election — Who We Are Supporting
David Lancaster's latest Advocacy Update looks at how primary elections are effectively deciding more races and the effects of a Republican majority in the Texas House and Senate.
Rita Catinella Orrell reviews five products designed to support better learning environments.
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.
Big Tree Camp
Architect: Tobin Smith, AIA
Big Tree Camp offers its inhabitants protection from the elements, while always maintaining a tactile connection to the outdoors.
The distinction between architecture and interiors is often a fuzzy one, but MaRS bridges the distance nimbly.
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.