Social

Event Residential (CRAN) Committee Meeting

August 2, 2012 - 11:30am to 1:30pm

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Mission
The Custom Residential Architects Network Committee is a resource for those that practice residential architecture.  Special programs and continuing education are provided at each meeting.

Latinos in Architecture Scholarships Awarded to High School Graduates

Joined by friends and family at the Austin Center for Architecture, Latinos in Architecture (LiA) recently awarded scholarships to two talented Austin area high school graduates.  In our continued effort to promote our profession amongst young Latinos, the two scholarships will assist two bright students attend the “Summer Academy in Architecture” at the University of Texas at Austin’s School of Architecture.

Event John Staub Exhibit Opening Reception

July 10, 2012 - 6:00pm to 7:30pm

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New Exhibit Opens at Austin Center for Architecture:  John Staub Award Winners 2011

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John Staub Exhibit Opening Reception

New Exhibit Opens at Austin Center for Architecture:  John Staub Award Winners 2011

John F. Staub has been described as “a man who was as exceptional a gentleman as he was an architect.”*   He was a twentieth-century American eclectic architect, based in Houston, and had a long and distinguished career designing modern houses based on historical models with a skill and grace that has rarely if ever been matched.

Design Transformation in the Heart of Historic Rainey Street

On a warm and humid Friday night in May, AIA Austin members celebrated the opening of El Naranjo, an adaptive reuse project at 85 Rainey Street designed by local architect, Martin Barrera, AIA.  The joint social mixer was hosted by the Latinos in Architecture, and Emerging Professionals committees and was well attended by members and their guests.  Martin Barrera, AIA gave a brief discussion about the project, and many guests lounged in the comfortable bar for hours, while others dined in one of the two cozy dining rooms or on the shady back deck.

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