Working with an Architect

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.

DV3x2 Internship Program 2012

DV3x2 Internship Week is July 9th-13th. Applications are due Friday May 4th.

We need 30 firms to participate this year - high school students from KIPP, American Youth Works and Ann Richards School for Women Leaders will all participate this year! Email completed applications to Catherine French at aiadv3x2@gmail.com or mail/drop-off at the AIA Office. Please see attached application, email Catherine for a pdf of the application.

Thank you,

Design Voice Committee

 

Event Homes Tour Committee Meeting

December 12, 2011 - 5:45pm to 6:45pm

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Mission
The Homes Tour provides the community with examples of quality architecture provided by registered architects and members of AIA Austin.  The annual Homes Tour is an important non-dues revenue source for the chapter.

Event Architecture at the Umlauf

November 3, 2011 - 7:00pm to 9:00pm

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Please join us for the second of our Fall 2011 series with Hugh Jefferson Randolph, AIA, an Austin architect who approaches each project as a collaboration between site, client, and his own search for discovering the beauty in the world around him.
 
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Doors at 7:00pm, with the lecture beginning at sundown
Suggested donation $5

Event austin x design

October 1, 2011 - 8:00am to 11:00pm

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austin by design is a month-long series of events promoting the variety of organizations and events that celebrate design in both the built and natural environments.

Over 20 organizations will join AIA Austin and come together to engage the public and demonstrate the ways that design can shape and improve daily life.

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