Texas Architect May/June 2014: Water
Exceptional craft and a relationship with water characterize all of the projects in this issue. Water is a scarce commodity in Texas, and with the continuation of the relentless drought conditions across the state, water conservation and energy efficiency are increasingly important. The featured projects include examples of the seamless integration of high-tech mechanicals and well designed spaces.
Marketplace HDP Announces Competitions for 2014 AIA GRAPHIC COURTESY AIA. NORTH-EVANS CHATEAU PLAN COURTESY LIBRARY OF CONGRESS, PRINTS & PHOTOGRAPHS DIVISION, HABS, REPRODUCTION NUMBER “HABS TX-3549.” The 2012 Charles E. Peterson Prize First Place Winner was awarded to The University of Texas at Austin School of Architecture for the students’ work on the North-Evans Chateau in Austin. Heritage Documentation Programs (HDP) is a division of the U.S. National Park Service responsible for administering the Historic American Buildings Survey (HABS), Historic American Engineering Record (HAER), and Historic American Landscapes Survey (HALS). Four competitions are being sponsored by HDP in 2014: The Charles E. Peterson Prize is awarded to the best sets of measured drawings prepared by students of architecture and donated to HABS; accepted entries will be transmitted to the HABS collection at the Library of Congress. The Kenneth L. Anderson Prize is given to the highest awarded Peterson Prize entry from a university located in the state of Texas. The Leicester B. Holland Prize, open to both students and professionals, recognizes the best single-sheet measured drawing of a historic building, site, or structure prepared to HABS, HAER, or HALS standards. The HALS Challenge, open to everyone, invites people to complete short format histories to document landscapes created during the Great Depression. All competitions include cash prizes, and deadlines vary. For more information, including instructions on how to enter, visit the “Competitions” section of the HDP website, www.nps.gov/ history/hdp. Building Better Schools. Rusty Crawford Director of Business Development 103 Natalie’s Point Burnet, TX 78611 Direct 512.826.2903 firstname.lastname@example.org www.fibrebond.com 5/6 2014 Texas Architect 87