Architecture

RIBA Stirling Prize Claimed By Public Housing Project Shows What Can Be Done

By Jon Anderson / October 25, 2019 / 0 Comments

The Royal Institute of British Architects awards the Stirling Prize to the best building of any type built in the UK during that year. First awarded in 1996, the Stirling Prize has been awarded to everything from the media gallery of the Lord’s cricket pitch in 1999 to the rebirth of a 12th century fortified […]

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If You’re Going to Have a Siglo de Oro Story, You Need A Home to Match

By Bethany Erickson / June 8, 2019 / 0 Comments

If you’re going to have a Siglo de Oro (or Spanish Golden Age) story like the one in “Man of La Mancha,” you need a suitable backdrop. That’s just fact. So when Lyric Stage told us that they’d be staging the musical, which tells the classic canon of Don Quixote, we knew we should find […]

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The AD EX Launches New Base in Downtown Dallas at Republic Center

By Joanna England / December 11, 2018 / 0 Comments

There’s a new spot for your architecture and design fix in downtown Dallas from a source you’ll recognize. The AD EX — formerly the Dallas Center for Architecture and short for The Architecture and Design Exchange — had its official launch on Saturday, Dec. 8. The organization held the celebration with Downtown Dallas Inc. and […]

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Behind The Lens: Costa Christ Media

By Karen Eubank / October 10, 2018 / 0 Comments

Presenting a home for sale is a process. The market today is 100 percent visual. That means if you have a home that does not show well, your chances of selling quickly for a great price  are significantly diminished. It takes a village to sell a home. A Realtor that knows your neighborhood demographics and […]

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Hip Hop Is the Hook For Architecture Camp Aimed at Improving Diversity in Industry

By Bethany Erickson / August 31, 2018 / 1 Comment

It’s not mere hyperbole — the worlds of architecture, urban planning, and construction are lacking in representation of people of color. In fact, the American Institute of Architect’s 2016 “Diversity in the Profession of Architecture” found that the one thing most architects — regardless of race — could agree on was that people of color […]

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Architect or Advocate? AIA Dallas Event Shows That You Don’t Have to Choose

By Joanna England / July 10, 2018 / 0 Comments

When you design a building, what’s the first thing you think about? Is it scale? Is it use? Is it presence?  What about how the building and the way it is designed is part of a larger goal of engaging a community? All of these questions and more can be discussed at the next AIA […]

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