Texas Architect March/April 2013: Retail Redevelopment and Design
This issue explores the role of retail developmentand planning initiatives in the life of communitiesand city streets, as well as the importance ofthe experience and functionality of a retail space.
Recognition 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 2013 Texas AIA Fellows Among the 122 AIA members elevated this year to the AIA College of Fellows, 13 are members of the Texas Society of Architects. The 2013 Fellows will be honored at an investiture ceremony during the AIA national convention in June. The 2013 Jury of Fellows was chaired by Linda Searl, FAIA, partner of Searl Lamaster Howe Architects in Chicago. Jury members were John Castellana, FAIA, of TMP Architecture in Bloomfield Hills, MI; Brian Dougherty, FAIA, of Dougherty + Dougherty Architects in Costa Mesa, CA; Leevi Kiil, FAIA, of Leevi Kiil Architect in Wayne, NJ; Susan Maxman, FAIA, of SMP Architects in Philadelphia; Craig Rafferty, FAIA, of Rafferty Rafferty Tollefson Lindeke Architects in St. Paul; and Raymond Yeh, FAIA, of the University of Hawaii, School of Architecture in Honolulu. 1 Arthur W. Andersson, FAIA Andersson Wise Architects, Austin 2 Jay W. Barnes, III, FAIA Barnes Gromatzky Kosarek Architects, Austin 3 Morris Brown, FAIA Texas Tech University College of Architecture, El Paso 4 Laurence C. Burns, Jr., FAIA Kendall/Heaton Associates, Houston 5 Dick Clark, FAIA Dick Clark Architecture, Austin 6 William A. Dupont, FAIA University of Texas at San Antonio, San Antonio 7 Stanley O. Graves, FAIA Architexas, Austin 8 Anthony J. Haas, FAIA WHR Architects, Houston 9 R. Murray Legge, FAIA Legge Lewis Legge, Austin 10 Charyl F. McAfee-Duncan, FAIA McAfee3 Architects, Dallas 11 Jana McCann, FAIA McCann Adams Studio, Austin 12 Jim Poteet, FAIA Poteet Architects, San Antonio 13 Cynthia D. Walston, FAIA FKP Architects, Houston 16 Texas Architect 3/4 2013