Texas Architect March/April 2014: Materials
This issue on “Materials” focuses on the new Renzo Piano Pavilion at the Kimbell Art Museum. A series of three articles details and critiques the highly anticipated expansion of one of the most renowned museums of the 20th century. As a continuation of the discussion of the marriage of materials and art, we also feature the 12th Street Studios in Austin — the workspace of a practice born of the marriage between an architect and an artist. A study in the simplicity of materials that make up a ranch in Real County rounds out the discussion.
Recognition 1 2 1 3 4 2 Lower Rio Grande Valley AIA Design Awards AIA San Antonio Design Awards The 2013 LRGV-AIA Design Awards were juried during the Texas Architects Annual Convention in early November. Jurors were: Laura Bennett, AIA, instructor of Architectural/ Drafting Technologies at Del Mar College and principal at Lopez Salas Architects; Eurico Francisco, AIA, design leader at OMNIPLAN; and Margaret Sledge, AIA, architect at Lake|Flato Architects. presented each year to an unbuilt project, was selected by the chapter’s Design Awards Committee. All recipients were honored at a banquet held on December 7, 2013. The Spark Award, Honor Award 1 McAllen Public Library Boultinghouse Simpson Gates Architects Merit Awards sustainABLEhouse bcWORKSHOP 2 Thomas Jefferson T-STEM Early College High School ERO Archtiects Citation Awards La Feria Recreation Center megamorphosis 3 1909 South Parkwood megamorphosis This past November, AIA San Antonio announced the recipients of its 2013 Design Awards. Jurors included Wendy Pautz, AIA, of LMN Architects in Seattle; Josh Shelton, AIA, of el dorado in Kansas City, Mo.; and Rusty Smith, associate chair of the architecture program at Auburn University, in Auburn, Ala. The chapter’s Twenty-Five Year Award was selected by the Chapter’s Historic Resources Committee, chaired by Allison Chamber, Assoc. AIA, of Ford, Powell & Carson, Architects & Planners, and Stuart Johnson, AIA, of the San Antonio River Authority. The Mayor’s Choice award was judged and selected by San Antonio Mayor Julian Castro. Honor Awards Cranbrook Kingswood Girls’ Middle School Lake|Flato Architects 1 Desert House Lake|Flato Architects Spark Award 4 Multi B&B Erick Darbo Diaz, Assoc. AIA Merit Awards Hog Pen Creek Retreat Lake|Flato Architects 2 Mill Springs Ranch Lake|Flato Architects 3/4 2014 Texas Architect 21