CIVIC & CULTURAL
Livestrong Headquarters | Austin, Texas
â&#x2014;&#x20AC;â&#x2014;&#x20AC; Austin Central Library Location: Austin, Texas
CIVIC IDENTITY CONTEXT CULTURE The role of public architecture is significant, one which must ensure functional and well-conceived solutions that resonate with the public-spirited nature of its civic purpose. Lake|Flato is committed to creating enduring architecture that embodies the intangible aspects of culture and place while delivering practical solutions to building performance, sustainability and systems design. A civic building should speak to the city around it, embracing the local community and culture. Like any effective public servant, it should work for the good of its mission, striking a delicate balance between public accessibility and security.
AUSTIN CENTRAL LIBRARY AUSTIN, TEXAS Overlooking Shoal Creek and Lady Bird Lake, the LEED Platinum Austin Central Library is a building shaped by light and designed to respond to the context of its place. Aspiring to be the most daylit public library in the nation, the heart of the building is the six-story atrium, which provides daylight for more than 80% of regularly occupied spaces. The unique rooftop butterfly garden and reading porches, inspired by Texansâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; love for the outdoors, draw visitors to connect with nature. Serving as the western portal to downtown, the library is a technologicallyrich, innovative community hub which establishes a culturallysensitive, major civic presence and community gathering space in the heart of downtown. Lake|Flato - Shepley Bulfinch joint venture project size 198,000 sq. ft. recognition 2020 AIA Committee on the Environment Top Ten Award 2018 AIA/ALA Library Building Award 2018 ALA/IIDA Library Interior Design Award 2018 AIA Austin Design Award with Sustainability Commendation 2018 American Public Works Assoc. TX Chapter Proj. of the Year 2018 Architizer A+ Awards Special Mention 2018 Concrete Reinforcing Steel Institute HONORS Award 2018 ULI Austin Best Project Design Award 2018 Austin Green Awards Project of the Year 2018 Finalist: International Federation of Library Associationâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Public Library of the Year
The library serves as a model for sustainable resource use and library efficiency while promoting visceral connections to collections, history, culture, and place.
The heart of the library is the six-story atrium, which provides daylight for more than 80% of regularly occupied spaces.
The facility is based on flexible, blended spaces including indoor collections and reading rooms, outdoor reading porches, maker spaces, a technology center, cafĂŠ, bookstore, 350-seat event center, art gallery, outdoor dining, demonstration kitchen and rooftop garden.
AT&T CENTER, SPURS ARENA S A N A N TO N I O , T E X A S The home to San Antonio’s NBA franchise and annual rodeo, the arena captures the spirit of the South Texas’ blended cultures and takes advantage of San Antonio’s love for informal gatherings by creating celebratory spaces that blur the distinction between exterior and interior. The design reduces the scale of this big sports arena for the San Antonio Spurs basketball team into a series of porches, loggias and silos that welcome visitors and mitigate the effects of the climate. The building is recessed into the ground to reduce the apparent size of the 18,500+ seat arena, and shady porches are added around its perimeter. Hallways and other pedestrian areas are pulled to the outside as much as possible, culminating in corner stairs wrapped in perforated-metal sun-screened silos. project size 725,000 sq. ft. recognition 2004 Metal Architecture Design Award 2003 AIA San Antonio Design Award 2003 San Antonio Downtown Alliance, Best Economic Development
Between the arena and the adjacent coliseum, cables holding sheet-metal panels are strung as a sombrilla to shade the â&#x20AC;&#x153;backyardâ&#x20AC;? plaza. Broad overhangs, tall porches and generous loggias all contribute to the feeling of airiness, appropriate to the climate and the sport.
BRISCOE WESTERN ART MUSEUM S A N A N TO N I O , T E X A S A River Walk landmark—the San Antonio Library from 1930 until 1968 and then the Hertzberg Circus Museum until 1996—has become the home for the Dolph and Janey Briscoe Western Art Museum. The new museum celebrates the art, people and history of the great American West, with an emphasis on San Antonio and the South Texas region. The renovation provides state-of-the-art gallery and exhibition areas on four floors, while respecting the building’s historic architecture. project size 58,500 sq. ft. recognition 2015 San Antonio AIA Design Award 2013 San Antonio Downtown Alliance, Best Adaptive Reuse Building
“ Lake|Flato did a wonderful job of creating this conversation between the old and the new. In a way, it’s a metaphor for San Antonio rooted in the past, but very forward thinking Briscoe Executive Director Steven M. Karr
A sculpture garden has been incorporated into the adjacent park, and serves as an area for respite as well as events.
THE NEW WITTE MUSEUM S A N A N TO N I O , T E X A S Located in Brackenridge Park on the bank of the San Antonio River, The New Witte celebrates the people, plants and animals of South Texas with galleries, Live Labs, interactive exhibits and interpretive infrastructure. The museumâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Susan Naylor Center supports an interactive learning environment; dioramas are in highly accessible areas and artifacts appear at all heights to encourage engagement for all ages. Daylight floods open areas through windows and clerestories, visually connecting visitors to the outdoors. Â The new Mays Event Center is a 12,000 SF adaptable revenue generator for the museum, hosting a variety of large scale events from school programs to corporate luncheons to galas. This multi-purpose space was designed for flexibility, accommodating up to 900 people. Outside seating, dining and event spaces overlook the historic acequia and courtyard space. project size 9,000 sq. ft.
The materiality of the museum thoughtfully creates a design that reflects its natural surroundings and regional context, making the design of the museum reflective of the site and Texas history.
â&#x20AC;&#x153; The Witte Team is still in admiration every time we enter the new Susan Naylor Center and see the building streaming with school children in the morning, delighted adults and families in the late afternoon, and festive groups in the evening. We too are discovering the...ins and outs of the transformed campus. Marise McDermott, Witte Museum President & CEO
MUSEUM OF FINE ARTS HOUSTON CENTER FOR CONSERVATION H O U S TO N , T E X A S The new Museum of Fine Arts, Houston Sarah Campbell Blaffer Foundation Center for Conservation is composed of a series of light-filled studios constructed above an existing parking garage on the campus’s eastern edge, creating a pivotal portal into the campus while complementing the museum’s evolving architectural lineage. Designed to optimize daylight while protecting the artwork inside, the studio bays are oriented East/West and topped with shaped roofs and clerestory windows to flood the studios with indirect natural light. The building leverages an innovative structural strategy utilizing both mass timber and steel structure. The roof’s Dowel Laminated Timber Panels were prefabricated, panelized and lifted into place, resulting in quicker on-site construction. In association with Kendall/Heaton Associates Inc. project size 30,000 sq. ft. recognition 2020 WoodWorks Wood Design Award 2020 Texas Society of Architects Design Award
The four conservation studios — painting, sculpture, decorative arts, and photo/paper — are expressed as distinct volumes that cantilever beyond the edge of the garage and pop up in height to accommodate clerestory windows. Functions that don’t require light are distributed along an interior hallway and between the studios.
The Center is the first installation of Dowel Laminated Timber (DLT) panels in North America and was prefabricated, panelized and lifted into place, resulting in quicker on-site construction. The structure is left exposed as a finish material to lend the warmth and texture of wood and reflect daylight into the building.
MIDTOWN ARTS & THEATER CENTER H O U S TO N , T E X A S
The new Midtown Arts & Theater Center Houston (MATCH) is a new community arts complex that provides a centralized home base in Midtown for a broad spectrum of Houstonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s leading and emerging arts and cultural organizations. The 59,000 square-foot facility consists of four dedicated theater spaces, two rehearsal spaces/classrooms, and several gallery spaces, along with back-of-house support and office space. A generous public breezeway acts as a lobby for these arts venues while serving as a gathering place. In association with Studio Red project size 59,000 sq. ft. project size 2017 Texas Society of Architects/AIA Design Award 2017 ULI Houston Development of Distinction Award
SAN ANTONIO CHILDREN’S DOSEUM S A N A N TO N I O , T E X A S The San Antonio Children’s Museum relocated to a new campus that supports their vision of being “a premier educational resource, developing innovative thinkers capable of meeting the challenges of the 21st century.” The new 68,000 square foot museum is comprised of a series of three, twostory Exhibit Halls. Between each Exhibit Hall are glass, daylight-filled transitional spaces that connect visitors to the outdoor exhibit yards. Adjacent to Brackenridge Park, it is set in a park where the landscape surrounds the building with meandering pathways that offer a sense of surprise, beautiful gardens that capture the senses, and shady places for families to relax, and school groups to unwind. project size 68,000 sq. ft. recognition 2016 San Antonio Air Quality Stewardship Award
â&#x20AC;&#x153; Our new state-of-the-art venue offers innovative exhibits and experiences to get children excited about concepts in science, math, art and literacy and encourages them to take that excitement into the world. Vanessa Hurd, Former San Antonio DoSeum CEO
MAIN PLAZA & PORTAL SAN FERNANDO S A N A N TO N I O , T E X A S The Historic Civic Center River Link is a public park located in downtown that links the Riverwalk with historic Main Plaza and provides a shady respite for downtown visitors. The plaza has broad steps, reflecting the formal nature of the 1700s cathedral nearby and a meandering ramp, evoking the highly informal Riverwalk. The stairs and ramp surround a central plaza framed by cypress trees. Retaining walls of board-formed concrete and large limestone mill blocks form planting areas featuring plants native to various regions of Texas. Main Plaza is the historical center of San Antonio, having been established in 1731. Since its establishment, the Plaza has remained the center of social, governmental and religious life of the community. Located along the Plazaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s boundaries are some of the most important structures in the city, including the San Fernando Cathedral and the Bexar County Courthouse.
At the heart of the Plaza, a boisterous ground-line fountain animates the space visually and helps mask traffic noise.
FRIENDS MEETINGHOUSE S A N A N TO N I O , T E X A S The site for this meetinghouse is located on a busy intersection just north of downtown San Antonio. It is surrounded by apartment buildings and a commercial strip mall. In order to achieve the goal of silence — paramount in the Quaker faith — the building needed to feel detached from the noise of its immediate context. Therefore, the meeting space is oriented to the back of the site and surrounded by a multitude of trees. Parishioners leave their cars and walk up a winding path that leads to a gate in a thick masonry wall. This gate opens onto a courtyard surrounded by porches. The design was inspired by the early meeting houses, which were very functional, simple spaces for weekly Friends’ meetings as well as gathering spaces for community groups. project size 4,800 sq. ft. recognition 2006 Faith & Form Religious Architecture Honor Award 2006 Wood Design Citation Award
CYNTHIA WOODS MITCHELL CENTER FOR THE ARTS H O U S TO N , T E X A S To improve the theatre-going experience Lake|Flato created a new front door for the Wortham Theatre. The renovation created a new public reception hall, added two large rehearsal classrooms, and provided a second-story office suite for the Cynthia Woods Mitchell Center for the Arts. The design solution visually integrates the School of Theatre into the Fine Arts Quadrangle with bold architectural forms and animates the academic programs. project size 11,800 sq. ft. recognition 2007 AIA San Antonio Design Award
UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS
VISUAL ARTS CENTER AUSTIN, TEXAS Lake|Flatoâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s renovation of the former Blanton Art Museum space creates a community hub for the University of Texas Department of Art and Art History. The new Center has three primary purposes: exhibition space for the display of student and faculty work, administrative offices for the Department, and studios for graduate students in printmaking, digital photography, design, and transmedia. A new entrance, created from an existing loading dock, establishes a compelling entry to the building that faces the adjacent College of Fine Arts. More intimate galleries are created with freestanding walls. Existing interior concrete vaults help to control sound within the space. project size 30,000 sq. ft. recognition 2012 Texas Society of Architects/AIA Design Award 2011 AIA San Antonio Design Award
UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS
HARRY RANSOM CENTER
AUSTIN, TEXAS This humanities research library and museum at the University of Texas at Austin is one of the world’s finest cultural archives. A 40,000-square-foot renovation transformed the once fortresslike facility into spaces filled with light and open to the outdoors. The design created new exhibit spaces, a 125-seat theater, meeting rooms, and research areas, set within the building’s existing framework. The ground floor public spaces, formerly hidden behind a windowless façade, are now visible through glass walls etched with images and text from the museum’s collection. At night, these glowing windows serve as a beacon for the campus. project size 40,000 sq. ft. recognition 2004 AIA San Antonio Design Award 2004 Austin Business Journal Design Award 2003 Austin Builders Council, Commercial Real Estate Award
U.S FEDERAL COURTHOUSE S A N A N TO N I O , T E X A S A General Services Administration (GSA) Design Excellence project, the new San Antonio Federal Courthouse is designed to generate civic pride and a dignified presence that captures the cultural spirit of San Antonio through its use of local vernacular and natural materials. The project will replace an outdated courthouse with a modern, state-of-the-art facility. A key element of the design will focus on an interior courtyard and tree covered plaza that emphasizes the courtyardâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s overall connection to San Antonioâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s newly developing Civic District. In collaboration with Munoz and Company. project size 304,000 sq. ft.
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FIRM OVERVIEW Established in 1984, Lake|Flato designs buildings that respond to the culture and climate of each unique place. We believe in creating environments that enrich communities and nurture life through our work. In collaboration with our clients, Lake|Flato creates buildings that are tactile and modern, environmentally responsible and authentic, artful and crafted. The firm’s designs evolve from an appreciation for the pragmatic solutions of vernacular architecture, the honesty of modernism, and the context of our rich and varied landscape. By employing sustainable strategies in a wide variety of building types and scales, the firm designs architecture that conserves energy and natural resources while creating highperformance buildings and healthy built environments for the building’s occupants. With a staff of more than 100 professionals, Lake|Flato is guided by nine partners who create teams that lead each project from beginning to completion. A collaborative process within the office fully engages clients and consultants and creates a place in which ideas can flourish. Comprehensive and inclusive design reviews generate fresh ideas and firmwide ownership of the work.
Lake|Flato has received wide critical acclaim. In 2019, we were recognized by ARCHITECT Magazine as the top firm in the U.S. in their annual ARCHITECT 50 ranking. The American Institute of Architects honored us with its prestigious Firm of the Year Award in 2004, and the firm earned a Texas Medal of Arts in 2009. In 2016, Fast Company named us one of the “Ten Most Innovative Architecture Firms in the World” and the LOCUS Foundation honored Lake|Flato with a Global Award for Sustainable Architecture, recognizing our architectural approach to addressing the needs of society. Thirteen Lake|Flato projects have received the national Top Ten Green Projects Award by the AIA Committee on the Environment (COTE), the highest recognition for sustainable design. In all, our work has been recognized with more than 300 international, national and regional awards. As architects, teachers, environmental stewards and community advocates, we strive to elevate the public’s appreciation of architecture and foster the education of the next generation of architects.
RECOGNITION Lake|Flato has been recognized with more than 300 international, national and regional awards and featured in over 100 books and 250 publications. INTERNATIONAL
ARCHITIZER A+ ARCHITECTURE AWARDS Clinton Corners (Architecture+Prefab Jury Winner) Confluence Park (Cultural+Pavilions) Dixon Water Foundation Josey Pavilion (Sustainability) Alamo Beer Brewery (Honorable Mention: Metal Details) Austin Central Library (Honorable Mention: Light)
AIA INSTITUTE HONOR AWARD
ARCHDAILY TOP 100 PROJECTS IN THE WORLD ASU Health Services Building Dixon Water Foundation Josey Pavilion
Armstrong Oil & Gas Carraro Residence Confluence Park Hill Country Jacal Hog Pen Creek Residence Lasater Residence Pearl Brewery Redevelopment World Birding Center
CHICAGO ATHENAEUM AMERICAN ARCHITECTURE AWARD
AIA/HUD COMMUNITY BUILDING BY DESIGN AWARD
Knox College Whitcomb Art Center Dixon Water Foundation Josey Pavilion
CONGRESS FOR NEW URBANISM GLOBAL CHARTER AWARD Pearl Brewery Redevelopment
LOCUS FOUNDATION GLOBAL AWARD FOR SUSTAINABLE ARCHITECTURE Lake|Flato Architects
INTERIOR DESIGN MAGAZINE HALL OF FAME Lake|Flato Architects
STEPHEN R. KELLERT BIOPHILIC DESIGN AWARD Dixon Water Foundation Josey Pavilion TIME MAGAZINE: WORLD’S GREATEST PLACES Austin Central Library
ULI INSTITUTE GLOBAL AWARDS FOR EXCELLENCE Pearl Brewery Redevelopment
THE WOOD PRODUCTS COUNCIL WOOD DESIGN AWARD FOR GREEN BUILDING Dixon Water Foundation Josey Pavilion
WOOD DESIGN & BUILDING AWARD Marine Education Center at the Gulf Coast Research Laboratory NATIONAL
AIA ARCHITECTURE FIRM AWARD Lake|Flato Architects
ARCHITECT 50, TOP U.S. FIRMS Lake|Flato Architects - 1st Overall
AIA COMMITTEE ON THE ENVIRONMENT TOP TEN GREEN PROJECTS Arizona State University Health Services Building Arizona State University Polytechnic Academic Buildings Austin Central Library Dixon Water Foundation Josey Pavilion Georgia Tech Krone Engineered Biosystems Building Government Canyon Visitor Education Center H-E-B Muller Market Livestrong Foundation Headquarters Marine Education Center Pearl Brewery Redevelopment Shangri La Botanical Gardens & Nature Center University of Texas at Houston School of Nursing World Birding Center
AIA/ALA LIBRARY BUILDING AWARD Austin Central Library Great Northwest Branch Library
ALA/IIDA LIBRARY INTERIOR DESIGN AWARD Austin Central Library
FAITH & FORM, RELIGIOUS ARCHITECTURE AWARD Congregation Agudas Achim Friends Meetinghouse
AIA COMMITTEE ON ARCHITECTURE FOR EDUCATION Arizona State University Polytechnic Academic Buildings Carver Academy
Cranbrook Kingswood Girls Middle School Francis Parker School Indian Springs School St. John’s College Levan Hall
AIA HOUSING AWARD 1221 Broadway Blue Lake Retreat Hog Pen Creek Residence Lake Austin Residence Lake Tahoe Residence
ASLA HONOR AWARDS Arizona State University Polytechnic Academic District Houston Arboretum Mill Springs Ranch Phil Hardberger Park Urban Ecology Center Shangri La Botanical Gardens & Nature Center West Texas Ranch
AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF STEEL CONSTRUCTION AWARD Armstrong Oil & Gas Headquarters Arizona State University Polytechnic Academic Buildings Cutting Horse Ranch Government Canyon Visitor Center Triple-S Steel Supply Company
BUILDER’S CHOICE AWARDS Lake|Flato (Hall of Fame for Design Excellence Award) Miller Porch House (Project of the Year) Mill Springs Ranch (Custom Home Design Award) 1221 Broadway Redevelopment (Design & Planning Award) Hacienda Ja Ja (Design & Planning Award) LC Ranch (Design & Planning Award) Story Pool House (Design & Planning Award)
ECOHOME AWARD Hacienda Ja Ja
ECO-STRUCTURE EVERGREEN AWARD Full Goods Warehouse
METAL ARCHITECTURE DESIGN AWARD Knox College Whitcomb Art Building Spurs AT&T Center
Dog Team Too Loft & Studio Hacienda Ja Ja LC Ranch
TILT-UP CONCRETE ASSOCIATION AWARDS Lake|Flato Architects (Irving J. Gill Progressive Architect Award) Confluence Park (Achievement Award)
U.S. WOODWORKS WOOD DESIGN AWARD Friends Meetinghouse LSU Hilltop Arboretum REGIONAL
AIA ARIZONA DESIGN AWARD Arizona State University Health Services Building
AIA AUSTIN DESIGN AWARD Blue Lake Retreat Austin Central Library (with Sustainability Commendation)
AIA COLORADO DESIGN AWARD Armstrong Oil & Gas Headquarters
AIA GEORGIA DESIGN AWARD Georgia Tech Krone Engineered Biosystems Building Georgia Tech West Village Commons
AIA INDIANA DESIGN AWARD Prindle Institute for Ethics
AIA MISSISSIPPI DESIGN AWARD + JURY AWARD Marine Education Center at GCRL
AIA NEVADA DESIGN AWARD Horizon House
AIA SAN ANTONIO DESIGN AWARD (2006-2018) 1221 Broadway Redevelopment Agudas Achim Synagogue Alamo Beer Brewery Armstrong Oil & Gas Headquarters ASU Polytechnic Academic District ASU Health Services Building Bellaire Residence Blue Lake Retreat Bluffview Porch House
Briscoe Western Art Museum Broadford Farm Pavilion Brown Residence Clinton Corners Residence Confluence Park Cranbrook Kingswood Middle School for Girls Dixon Water Foundation Josey Pavilion Dunning Residence Epoch Winery Full Goods Warehouse Georgia Tech Krone Engineered Biosystems Building Georgia Tech West Village Commons Goat Mountain Ranch Government Canyon Visitor Education Center Hillside House Hog Pen Creek Residence Hotel San Jose Indian Springs School Knox College Whitcomb Art Center Lake Austin Residence Lake Tahoe Residence Livestrong Foundation Headquarters Marine Education Center at the Gulf Coast Research Laboratory Midtown Arts & Theater Center, Houston (MATCH) Mill Springs Ranch Naples Botanical Garden Visitor Center Olmos Park Residence Pearl Brewery Redevelopment Phil Hardberger Park Urban Ecology Center SK Ranch Sunshine Cottage School for Deaf Children St. Johnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s College Levan Hall Story Pool Pavilion The Prow Triple S Steel UT Austin Harry Ransom Center UT Houston, School of Nursing World Birding Center
AIA SAN ANTONIO COTE AWARD Georgia Tech Krone Engineered Biosystems Building
AIA SAN DIEGO DESIGN AWARD Francis Parker School
AUSTIN GREEN AWARDS GRAND AWARD Austin Central Library
SAN ANTONIO BEST OF DOWNTOWN AWARD Alamo Beer Brewery Briscoe Western Art Museum
SAN ANTONIO GREEN BUILDING AWARD 1221 Broadway Phil Hardberger Park Urban Ecology Center
TEXAS SOCIETY OF ARCHITECTS DESIGN AWARDS 1221 Broadway Redevelopment ASU Polytechnic Academic District ASU Health Services Building Armstrong Oil & Gas Headquarters Brown Residence Confluence Park Cutting Horse Ranch Dixon Water Foundation Josey Pavilion Dog Team Too Loft and Studio Epoch Winery Friends Meetinghouse Full Goods Warehouse Government Canyon Visitor Education Center Hog Pen Creek Residence Hotel San Jose Indian Springs School Ishawooa Mesa Ranch Knox College Whitcomb Art Center Lake Austin House Livestrong Foundation Headquarters LSU Hilltop Arboretum Marine Education Center at the Gulf Coast Research Laboratory Murchison Residence for Art Midtown Arts & Theater Center Houston (MATCH) Pearl Brewery Redevelopment Phil Hardberger Park Urban Ecology Center The Prow SK Ranch
LEADERSHIP IN ENERGY & ENVIRONMENT
LAKE|FLATO + THE 2030 CHALLENGE
Lake|Flato believes that architecture and sustainability are inseparable, and that buildings should be beautiful and affordable while promoting healthy living. With these goals in mind, we help our clients understand the necessity and attainability of a sustainable approach to all architecture. Since the firmâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s inception more than 30 years ago, environmental concerns have been integral to our design approach.
Lake|Flato Architects is committed to meeting the 2030 Challenge and has defined a process and the incremental steps to achieve this goal. Lake|Flato and our consultants use a variety of energy modeling software suites to evaluate effective sustainable design, measure energy performance and document our progress relative to the 2030 Challenge. We are also currently initiating a PostOccupancy Evaluation program.
NATIONAL AIA COMMITTEE ON THE ENVIRONMENT
TOP TEN GREEN PROJECTS
Eleven Lake|Flato-designed projects have received national AIA COTE Top Ten Green Awards, The American Institute of Architectsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; highest honor for excellence in sustainable design.
Austin Central Library 2020 Marine Education Center 2020 Georgia Tech Krone Engineered Biosystems Building 2018 Dixon Water Foundation Josey Pavilion 2016 H-E-B Mueller Market 2016 ASU Health & Wellness Center 2014 Pearl Brewery / Full Goods Warehouse 2013 ASU Polytechnic Academic District 2012 Livestrong Foundation Headquarters 2011 Shangri La Nature Center 2009 Government Canyon 2007 World Birding Center 2006 UTHSC School of Nursing 2006 LIVING BUILDING CHALLENGE
Dixon Water Foundation Josey Pavilion (certified)
ASU Health Services Building | Tempe, AZ
Midtown Arts Theater Center | Houston, TX
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