Architect Results

Muhammad H. Alnakash , AIA

Skwerl, Inc.
P.O.Box 3138
Laguna Hills, CA 92654
Phone: (626)600-6206
AIA Houston | Member Since: 2010

C. Joe Buskuhl , FAIA

HKS, Inc.
11615 High Forest Dr
Dallas, TX 75230
Phone: (214)850-2591
Fax: (214)361-1668
AIA Dallas | Member Since: 1978

Jed E. Duhon , AIA

Architect, Steinbomer Bramwell & Vrazel, Architects
4706 Balcones Drive
Austin, TX 78731
Phone: (512)656-2045
Fax: (512)477-4668
AIA Austin | Member Since: 2008

Glenn A. Fuhrman , AIA

Vice President, MetroNational
12335 Kingsride Ln
Houston, TX 77024
Phone: (713)503-1981
AIA Dallas | Member Since: 1987

Ranae A. Fuhrmann , AIA

Stantec Architecture Inc.
4344 Old Thomas Rd
Aubrey, TX 76227
Phone: (940)300-7565
AIA Dallas | Member Since: 2016

Firm Results

Website Articles

McAllen: An Architectural Panorama

Participants in the 24th Annual Building Communities Conference of the Lower Río Grande Valley Chapter of the American Institute of Architects began a two-day conference at South Padre Island with a daylong, preconference tour on September 29 that focused on domestic architecture in the border city of McAllen.

December 13, 2016

Welcome, New Members!

A warm welcome to all of our new members since the beginning of 2016.

September 28, 2016

2016 Prosperity Conference

Registration is now open for TxA's first-ever Prosperity Conference. This event will take place in Brenham on Friday, August 26, at The Barnhill Center at Historic Simon Theatre. An opening reception will be held on the evening of August 25.

June 08, 2016

BLOG | Architects Talking to Architects: Catherine Callaway, AIA

Catherine Callawway, AIA, of BNIM in Houston talks to Texas Architects about: growing up in/departing from/returning to Houston; her alternative career option of fabric designer; and the daily opportunity for expanding your horizons known as...lunch!

September 24, 2015

Lessons by the Sea

Sea Scout Base Galveston, a newly completed maritime educational center by Shipley Architects and Randall-Porterfield Architects, seeks to accomplish two goals: to inspire learners to care about the maritime environment, and to withstand the hurricanes and storms that so often threaten the Texas coast.

August 24, 2015

Magazine Articles

Reuse, Recycle, and Reinvent

by: Ben Koush

Studio RED Architects’ rehabilitation of a former warehouse for use as the Houston Permitting Center was centered on rigorously researched sustainability, deference to the industrial character of the old building, and the installation of an intensely local public art program.

Hester + Hardaway Photographers; MN | Photography
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... with TEX-FAB

by: Scott Marble

TEX-FAB led by Brad Bell, Kevin Patrick McClellan, Andrew Vrana, and Kory Bieg, is changing the status quo in terms of digital design and fabrication. Scott Marble details how their new approach to workflows is the way of the future.

Nicole Mlakar and Kory Bieg
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Oliver Named UH Architecture Dean

by: TA Staff

Patricia Belton Oliver, FAIA, who served from 2001-2008 as senior vice president of educational planning and architecture at the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, Calif., has been named dean of the Gerald D. Hines College of Architecture at the University of Houston. Oliver succeeds Joe Mashburn, AIA, who held the post for the last 11 years.

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Jazz at the Pavilion

by: W.O. Neuhaus, III
Architect: RdlR Architects

On Sept. 13, 2008, Hurricane Ike ripped through The Woodlands. High winds knocked down thousands of trees and power lines and devastated the iconic Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion, destroying Horst Berger’s beautiful 20-year-old tensile fabric canopy. As the membrane shredded and tension in the structure released, the foundation of the steel truss and pylons shifted. The venue was wrecked and the remainder of the 2008 performance season was canceled.

Jeff Young, Ted Washington
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UH Architecture Dean Plans Departure

by: TA Staff

After 11 years as architecture dean of the University of Houston, Joe Mashburn, AIA, has announced that he will step down prior to the start of the Fall 2009 semester.

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