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  • House 99, Houston

    Architects Gail Peter Borden, RA, AIA, and Brian Delford Andrews, RA, covered all the bases—affordability, sustainability, and energy efficiencyÑin this prototype Houston house.

  • Mod Cott, Burnet, Texas

    The jury loved the way this Texas guesthouse and weekend retreat juxtaposes rough-edged elements and polished precision.

  • Pilates Studio and Carport, Dallas

    Given a tight budget, Susan Appleton, AIA, LEED AP, produced an unfussy, yet elegant design for this pilates studio and carport.

  • Architects Need to Learn to Work With Clients' More Stringent Budgets

    In recessionary times, architects have to exercise their creativity and do more with less.

  • announcing the winners of rada 2010!

    The 11th annual residential architect Design Awards received 978 entries in 16 categories. Just 26 projects were singled out for accolades, making RADA the most competitive residential architecture awards program in the country. The jury comprised six distinguished architects, including Ed Binkley...

  • A Dallas LEED Platinum Home Sits Lightly on the Land

    This 1,490-square-foot residence by Shipley Architects balances on a couple of steel beams, a few inches above the earth.

  • join austin's 2010 cool house tour

    Austin Energy's 14th annual Cool House Tour will showcase the best in local sustainable home building.

  • basics training

    For such a tiny house, this 320-square-foot dwelling in Marfa, Texas, serves many purposes. San Antonio architect Candid Rogers, AIA, designed it for himself as a weekend retreat. But the project also serves as a teaching tool for his University of Texas at San Antonio students, who make the...

  • hardie boy

    Shipley Architects: James Hardie Building Products' fiber cement siding.

  • vintage appeal

    Shipley Architects: DuroDesign's 100 percent postindustrial cork flooring.