Congratulations 2016 Design & Service Award Winners
The 2017 call for submissions will be released in spring 2017 and the Design Awards Gala will be in June.
2015 Gala photo gallery
2015 Design Jury Chair
Larry Speck, FAIA is well known equally for his diverse portfolio of award-winning architecture and his distinguished career as an inspiring educator. As a prolific author and influential critic, Larry also has contributed significantly to the development of ideas that have broadened the general public's understanding of the impact that buildings have on their communities and the way they live, work and play.
From 1992 to 2001 Larry served as Dean of the School of Architecture at the University of Texas at Austin, where he has been a member of the faculty since 1975. More recently, he has been a potent agent for change within the larger University of Texas community, which includes helping the university design its future.
2015 Design Awards Jury
Kevin Alter is the Sid W. Richardson Centennial Professor of Architecture at The University of Texas at Austin. He is a graduate of Bennington College and of Harvard University. His professional practice, alterstudio architecture, llp, has received more than ninety design awards and been widely published, including the recently published book, Alterstudio Architecture: 6 Houses. Editor of eleven books, his writing has also appeared in Architecture, Progressive Architecture, and Architectural Design, among other journals and books, and he has curated sixteen exhibitions that have been shown in numerous venues internationally. He has been a visiting critic, reviewer, lecturer and visiting professor at dozens of institutions around the world. www.alterstudio.net
As a founding principal of Studio Balcones, Ilse Frank investigates projects through cross platform methodologies of architecture, landscape architecture, and city and regional planning. Ilse designs for the future, considering how forecasted planning issues shape a design and establish long term impacts beyond the site boundary. At a finer scale, Ilse approaches public space and parks in tandem with buildings— addressing scalar, material, and inside/outside relationships.
Jane Frederick, FAIA, a ninth-generation Southerner, is heavily influenced by her fascination with how her forbearers lived in harmony with the harsh southern climate: her great-great grandmother operated a ferry boat across the Escatawpa River in Mississippi and her great-great grandparents lived in a dogtrot-style house in Alabama.
Michael Frederick’s knowledge of historical and vernacular architecture, coupled with his keen ability to combine timeless architectural truths with current advancements, enable him to create award-winning custom residences that celebrate the region’s architectural and natural heritage while exceeding client expectations and providing high, lasting value. Michael received his Bachelor of Architecture from Auburn University.
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2015 DESIGN AWARDS INFORMATION AND FORMS
Entry Form - EXTENDED DATE: Due by Friday, Jan. 23, 2015 (along with entry fees)
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Submission Forms (PDFs)
Descriptive Data - Design
Descriptive Data - Landscape
Descriptive Data - Residential
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