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Beyond the Bible Belt: Sacred Spaces of Texas uncovers spiritual treasures across the Lone Star State

By Joel Luks

The photography exhibition Sacred Spaces of  Texas examines ecclesiastical architectural treasures in the Lone Star state. This audio photo essay explais why they're special. &nbs ...


AIA Home Tour

Step inside a Memorial dream home where the koi roam: Architects love this oil man's style

By Joel Luks

"Custom" and "customizable" may stem from the same linguistic root, but when it comes to how these labels are thrown around in residential construction lingo, the terms might as ...


26th Annual AIA Houston SandCastle Competition

Houston area architects, designers, engineers and contractors have taken their tools to East Beach in Galveston for one huge amateur sand castle competition. The Houston Chapter of the American Ins


head of the class

Best and brightest: AIA Houston highlights the year's best new architecture

By Tyler Rudick

The results for AIA Houston's design awards are in. See the winners here.   ...


It's really big

Building castles in the sand is a breeze at 25th annual AIA competition

By Sarah Byerley

  More than 25,000 attended the annual AIA Sandcastle Competition in Galveston over the weekend. Here's a look at some of the winners. ...


25th Annual AIA Sandcastle Competition

For the past 25 years in the first weekend of June, Houston area architects, designers, engineers and contractors have taken their tools to East Beach in Galveston for what is considered one of the


The Cornerstone Dinner Good Bricks Awards

The Greater Houston Preservation Alliance presents the Good Brick Awards at the annual Cornerstone Dinner.  Nineteen entities/structures will be recognized with the awards that are based on lo


AIA Home Tour 2010

The American Institute of Architects opens the doors to nine architect-designed homes for this tour showcasing a variety of residential styles. Sustainability, open floor plans, indoor/outdoor spac


Architecture

Too much of the same on AIA home tour

By Jesse Hager

Houston architecture is nothing if not eclectic. You can point to many factors contributing to our erratic building styles: Lack of zoning, relatively lax professional regulations and varying c ...


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