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Dallas AIA

Cast Your Vote: AIA Dallas’ Unbuilt and Student Awards

By Jon Anderson / May 14, 2018 / 0 Comments

On May 17, the Dallas chapter of the American Institute of Architects will be holding their annual awards for projects that haven’t been built and/or have been designed by students.  It’s a great way to see projects that for one reason or another (like working on a school project) haven’t been built. What’s also fun […]

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Don’t Miss the Final Architecture on Tap Discussion This Thursday in Uptown

By Leah Shafer / August 3, 2015 / 0 Comments

The Dallas chapter of the American Institute of Architects sponsors a lively series, Architecture on Tap, which is having its final event this week. “How big is your digital footprint?” will explore four perspectives on the use of technology and social media within the practice of architecture. The three panelists will be Bob Borson, AIA, of Malone Maxwell […]

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Farmers Market Loft Has Huge Footprint, Stellar Views in Historic Downtown Building

By Leah Shafer / June 18, 2015 / 0 Comments

Lofts tend to feel big because of high ceilings, tall windows, and few interior walls dividing up the space. But today’s Thursday Three Hundred really IS a big space—2,296 square feet with polished concrete floors, exposed ductwork, and huge iron windows that hinge open. Unit 208 at 2220 Canton St. is located near the downtown Dallas […]

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Interview with an Architect: Robert Raymond Advocates Appropriate, Sustainable Design

By Leah Shafer / June 1, 2015 / 0 Comments

In our ongoing series, Interview with an Architect, we speak with leading voices in the North Texas architecture community and learn about their work, development issues in our community, and good design practices and principals (you can read the last one here). Robert W. Raymond, AIA, moved to Dallas in 1981 after completing his Masters in Architecture […]

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Transforming Dallas: Dallas AIA Summit Analyzed How Transportation Changes a City’s Livability

By Joanna England / September 10, 2014 / 1 Comment

Last week, the Dallas chapter of the American Institute of Architects took a couple of days to really home in on the challenges that Dallas must overcome to be a sustainable and attractive city in the long term. A city that can compete with other areas that offer more holistic transportation solutions in an urban […]

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AIA Home Tour Features Stunning New Homes and Incredible Renovations by the Regions Top Architects

By Joanna England / October 30, 2013 / 9 Comments

We live for the AIA Dallas Tour of Homes, and the homes featured on this year’s tour do not disappoint. We’re talking about some of the most amazing modern homes and unbelieveable renovations by innovative architects across Dallas. The is a home tour you don’t want to miss, either, and lucky for you, we’re giving […]

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