From Dallas to Houston

21 May 2015, 12:23

From Dallas to Houston

Biding my time in a window seat I thought I’d play a little bit with the tilt shift. It’s always interesting to witness everyday urban and rural logistics from above. From exhaust distortions to rigid geometries and incomplete roads we...

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Posted by Christian Sheridan, AIA
BA to MFA: Still Motion of a Changing Path

Thursday walks on sunny days are only complicated when the walker is distracted and/or others careless. I confess my walk was done with headphones in and eyes affixed to my iPhone. (Scoff) I’ve mastered this art: the walking and “iPhone-ing”....

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Posted by Rick De La Cruz

Journeys

6 March 2015, 23:37


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Posted by Peter Ho


A close encounter with a herd of goats on the road in Corsica, France

Posted by Fernando L. Brave, FAIA

Fort Worth Water Gardens

13 November 2013, 16:19


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Posted by Fernando L. Brave, FAIA
Happy 107th Birthday Philip Johnson

In honor of Philip Johnson’s 107th birthday, I’d like to introduce one of his lesser known works that I recently came across while on a weekend trip in Dallas—The Chapel of Thanksgiving. The Chapel is located in a public/private...

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Posted by Melvalean Mclemore
Coopersburg :: Lutron Training at Headquarters

We were invited by Bell & McCoy Lighting and Controls to participate in a Lutron Training held in Pennsylvania. The 2-day training consisted of presentations on lighting control, ballast applications, LED controls and selection criteria, Lutron fixtures, Energi...

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Posted by Diana Ngo

28 Seconds To Work

18 December 2012, 18:29

Soundtrack – Leap Frog [Breakdown Take 1] – Charlie Parker & Dizzy Gillespie

Posted by Fernando L. Brave, FAIA

Tour Deh Canada

29 November 2012, 16:54

Tour Deh Canada

I recently made a trip out to the great north to visit some family in Ottawa, Canada. With the 10 days I had, I was able to make time to drive out to Montreal and Toronto (pronounced Torono). The three...

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Posted by Peter Ho

Texas Art Asylum :: Creative Reuse

16 November 2012, 04:49

Texas Art Asylum :: Creative Reuse

As more materials are being developed today, it leads to more representatives dropping off binders and samples at our office. This then makes the space designated for materials and samples very limited and in need of purging. We have plenty...

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