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Small Firm Roundtable and Young Architect’s Forum. The award recognizes a TSA member for professional achievement during an architect’s first 10 years of AIA membership. The TSA Associate Member of the Year Award will go to David “Jamie” Crawley, Assoc. AIA, for his proactive ideas to involve young professionals with AIA at the state and local level. The award recognizes leadership and demonstrated commitment to the local or state component. Thomas Diehl, associate professor at the University of Houston Gerald D. Hines College of Architecture, will be honored with the TSA Award for Excellence in the Promotion of Architecture Through Media in Honor of John G. Flowers Hon. AIA. Diehl established a radio broadcast series on Houston Public Radio’s KUHF discussing architectural and urban design. The TSA Associate Special Merit Award will go to AIA Dallas Associates Committee for it’s members commitment to improved programs, study groups, and formal workshops. The award recognizes a TSA member or component for development of unique programming for the successful promotion and development of Associate members. TSA will bestow a Citation of Honor to the following organizations: • Houston Mod for its commitment to preserving Houston’s modern architectural heritage. • Charles Moore Center for the Study of Place for its mission to assist architects, and the public at large in recognizing the character of a place. • Nasher Sculpture Center for its presence as an example of the power of art and architecture to enhance the quality of urban life. • Trinity Commons Foundation for its advocacy and leadership in planning and urban design for the largest public works project in the history of Dallas – the Balanced Vision Plan for the Trinity River. TSA will grant honorary membership to the following individuals: • State Sen. Kenneth “K im” Brimer, an activist on issues impacting the practice of architecture. • Paula D. Clements, CAE , executive director of AIA Dallas, whose activities promote the interests of TSA chapters and members. • Hon. Laura Miller, former mayor of Dallas, an advocate for sustainability in Dallas and throughout our built environment. TA


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Texas Architect Sept/Oct 2007: Design Awards  
Texas Architect Sept/Oct 2007: Design Awards  

Texas Architect is the official publication of the Texas Society of Architects, each edition features recently completed projects and other...