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The Practice of Collaborative Design Jim Taylor, AIA, Overland Partners Architects, San Antonio How do you engage clients and other stakeholders in design? How can a collaborative design process improve design, project management, and profitability? In a reprisal of their 2009 Texas Architects’ Convention presentation, Overland Partners will share successful strategies, proven techniques and valuable lessons learned from its collaborations with clients across the country. 111066 LUHs 1.25
Dallas Designs for the Trinity River: Recovering the Soul of the City Gail Thomas, Ph.D., Hon. AIA, Trinity Trust Foundation, Dallas Dallas in the 21st Century is designing for the delight of future generations with Nature as teacher–water, trees, wetlands, trails, bird sanctuaries–a design that includes downtown lakes, an island, hike and bike trails, and water courses. This project includes two Santiago Calatrava designed bridges, and will offer untold economic opportunities. Gain insights and observations from a non-architect whose passion and communication skills helped engage a community and gather support for a vision that is creating vast community change and bringing much needed elements of balance to the city center. 111067 LUHs 1.25
3:30 PM–5:30 PM Tour I: Mind, Body and Soul (a library, research lab, & chapel) A combination of three award-winning projects is sure to resonate with you. First, satisfy your mind at the Grauwyler Park Branch Library with its environmentallyfriendly features. Next, take in The University of Texas Center for Brain Health where diverse, state-of-the-art technologies aid researchers and clinicians. Finally, soothe your soul at the Cathedral of Hope and Interfaith Peace Chapel. When architect Philip Johnson died in 2005, many thought his best designs had already been built. Last fall, however, Johnson’s Interfaith Peace Chapel at the Cathedral of Hope was completed. (limited to 40; fee includes transportation)
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Tour J: Urban Reserve–a modern neighborhood Architecture at Urban Reserve, Dallas’ first low-impact development, is modern, arising from the talents of a select group of regionally and nationally recognized architects. The homes of Urban Reserve are of their time and of their place– North Texas in the early 21st century. Each home is sustainably designed, incorporating sensible siting and massing, non-toxic, high-quality materials, efficient systems, and low-impact construction techniques. Its landscaping was named one of Eco Structure Magazine’s “Innovative Green Projects 2009.” Participants will visit Vanguard Way, the main street through the reserve, as well as a few homes in the neighborhood. (limited to 40; fee includes transportation) 111069 LUHs 2.25
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Published on Jul 29, 2011
72nd Annual Convention andDesign Products & Ideas Expo27-29 October 2011Dallas Convention Center With stirring keynote speakers, invigorati...