CRAN

Event CRAN Tour - The Value of Architecture: Site Visit

March 2, 2017 - 11:30am to 1:00pm

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Join us for the March CRAN Tour, where we will be visiting and discussing a speculative house development under construction.  The discussion will be about the general development approach in terms of economics and value to the future occupants, lead by Jose Minguell, AIA and Laura McQuary of Minguell-McQuary.

Event CRAN Meeting

February 2, 2017 - 11:30am to 1:00pm

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CRAN Committee Open Planning Meeting
@ the AIA Center for Architecture

 

Please join us for the first CRAN meeting of 2017.  We have some great programming ideas outlined for this year, and we want your help making it as relevant and beneficial to you as possible.
 

Our programming goals for the year include:

- Affordability and ADUs discussion

- Specifications all architects should incorporate for health, longevity, and success of their designs

- Art of the Detail

- Joint HBA/CRAN luncheon panel

Event CRAN Tour: A Contemporary Design Solution for Age In Place, Hill Country Living

December 1, 2016 - 11:30am to 1:00pm

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Join us for the final CRAN Tour of the year

This tour and presentation by will focus on contemporary design solutions that take advantage of site analysis results, "age in place" program requirements, passive cooling/comfort desire, and low maintenance goals.

CRAN: Rammed Earth in Rural Texas

November 1, 2016 - 11:00am - 1:00pm

This presentation by Camille U. Jobe, AIA and Ada I. Corral, AIA of Jobe Corral Architects and Branson Fustes of Pilgrim Building Company covers rammed earth construction techniques, and how they can be integrated with traditional building systems.  Topics also covered include rainwater collection and other ramifications of building on a rural site.  Register for this event at here.

Event CRAN Meeting: Rammed Earth in Rural Texas

November 1, 2016 - 11:00am to 1:00pm

This event has already occurred.

 

This presentation by Camille U. Jobe, AIA and Ada I. Corral, AIA of Jobe Corral Architects and Branson Fustes of Pilgrim Building Company will cover rammed earth construction techniques, how they can be integrated with traditional building systems.  Topics also covered will include rainwater collection and other ramifications of building on a rural site.  

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