Fort Worth AIA

Ticket Giveaway: Win a Pair of Passes to the Fort Worth AIA Tour of Homes

By Joanna England / April 4, 2018 / 3 Comments

We’re pretty excited about the AIA Fort Worth Homes Tour this weekend, as it features some lovely homes in some of our favorite areas of Cowtown. From Park Hill, Ridgelea, and Overton Park to the Cultural District and beyond, this year’s tour offers so many great homes to ogle.  And here at CandysDirt.com, we’re giving […]

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Fort Worth AIA Home Tour Showcases Creativity in Design, Materials

By Joanna England / March 22, 2018 / 0 Comments

If you think Cowtown is full of milquetoast architecture, you’ve obviously never been to the annual Fort Worth AIA Home Tour. This year’s event, slated for April 7-8, features some intensely creative homes in some of Fort Worth’s most desirable neighborhoods. 

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Fifth Fort Worth AIA Tour Boasts Impressive Portfolio

By Eric Prokesh / April 8, 2016 / 2 Comments

An impressive portfolio of remarkable and varied architectural projects in this, the fifth annual Fort Worth AIA Homes Tour, enriches and builds on past successes, furnishing unique insight into the creative design mind. This weekend’s tour features two houses of new construction, as well as three with additions or remodels of existing structures. Two are AIA prize winners, and three were […]

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Fort Worth AIA Gives Nine Design Awards for 2015 at Museum of Modern Art Event

By Leah Shafer / November 6, 2015 / 0 Comments

North Texas’ top architects gathered recently at the Modern Museum of Fort Worth as the American Institute of Architects’ local chapter gave nine prestigious design awards. Projects included a college, a nonprofit theater, and private homes. Top Honor Awards went to architects Greg Ibañez, Tommy Stewart, and Norman Ward. Four Merit Awards were given out, three of which went to VLK […]

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Designer of George W. Bush’s Crawford Compound Speaks at Fort Worth AIA Design Talk Tonight

By Joanna England / July 8, 2015 / 0 Comments

It feels like a trend: Architects are writing books all over the place. Of course, this is a trend we can get behind, especially when architects write fiction as David Heymann, FAIA, has. Heymann, who designed George W. Bush’s Crawford sustainable compound, will read excerpts from his collection of stories entitled “My Beautiful City Austin” […]

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