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Former professor remembered as master craftsman, mentor

Former professor remembered as mentor, craftsman

posted May 23, 2018
Larry Priesmeyer, a master craftsman, architect and Texas A&M College of Architecture professor emeritus, passed away May 20, 2018. He was 85. Memorial services are scheduled for 4 p.m. Thursday, May 24 at Callaway-Jones Funeral Home in Bryan.
RSVP for Aggie Reception at the 2018 AIA conference in NYC

RSVP for Aggie Reception at AIA conference in NYC

posted May 8, 2018
Texas A&M former students and friends are invited to join former classmates and professors at the annual Aggie AIA Reception held in conjunction with the American Institute of Architects' 2018 national conference in New York City.
Environmental design students fabricate Italian rooftop offices

Students design offices atop Italian buildings

posted May 7, 2018
This spring, first-year Texas A&M environmental design students envisioned how future population needs of historic Siena, Italy could be met by building models of elevated urban environments atop existing buildings.
University awards college team with academic advising awards

College advisory staff earns top academic advising awards

posted May 7, 2018
Outstanding contributions to student advising by the Texas A&M College of Architecture’s nine academic advisers were recognized with university-level awards presented May 7, 2018 by the University Advisors and Counselors group.
College deans urge participation in 2018  DesignIntelligence survey

DesignIntelligence survey underway; participation urged

posted May 7, 2018
In a letter to current and former students, two College of Architecture deans strongly encourage all who are qualify to participate in the 2018 DesignIntelligence survey that will rank America’s Best Architecture & Design Schools.
Fellowship to fund viz professor's research on iconoclastic architect

Professor to research iconoclastic designer with 2018 fellowship

posted May 7, 2018
The iconoclastic designs of Modern master architect Victor Lundy will be researched by Susanneh Bieber, Texas A&M assistant professor of architecture and visualization with the help of a 2018 grant from the university’s Arts and Humanities Fellows Program.
Architecture-for-Health students create healthcare 'hub' designs

Design students create healthcare ‘hub’ concepts

posted May 5, 2018
Conceptual designs of a “health hub,” an emerging healthcare facility concept that emphasizes illness prevention as well as treatment, were unveiled recently by Texas A&M environmental design students at public events in Dallas and on campus.
Students design architecturally artistic transformable pavilions

Design students create transforming artistic pavilions

posted May 5, 2018
Senior environmental design students recently designed and built small-scale prototypes for lightweight collapsible pavilions that could be deployed at full scale up to 400 square feet. The portable, transformable structures expand to form artistic, architecturally intriguing canopies.
TAMU art academy funds faculty projects for artistic enrichment

TAMU art academy funds faculty artistic enrichment projects

posted May 5, 2018
Humanity’s multilayered relationship with the sun will be further explored by visual artist Krista Steinke, instructional assistant professor of visualization, with a $7,500 grant from the Academy for the Visual and Performing Arts at Texas A&M University.
Alumnus earns 2018 YoungArchitect Award from AIA

Alum earns Young Architect Award

posted May 4, 2018
Jamie Crawley ’96, who holds two Texas A&M design degrees, earned a 2018 Young Architects Award from the American Institute of Architects for significant contributions to and exemplary leadership in the field.
Alum remembered as lighting designer, residential architect

Noted alumnus remembered forlighting designs

posted May 3, 2018
Britt Parker Medford, ENDS ’80 a noted Austin area architect and lighting designer succumbed to cancer April 2018. He was 59. A native of Tyler, Texas, he graduated with honors from Texas A&M and completed his graduate studies at the University of Virginia.
Arch. dept. showcased student projects at May 9 celebration

Arch dept.'s annual student projects showcased May 9

posted April 30, 2018
“Celebration of Excellence,” the Texas A&M Department of Architecture’s annual juried competition and awards presentation, took place May 9, 2017 at The Icehouse on Main in downtown Bryan.
Arch prof’s drawing selected for prestigious New York art exhibit

Arch prof’s drawing chosen for leading New York art show

posted April 16, 2018
An image investigating the symbiosis of art, drawn by Alejandro Borges, a member of the Texas A&M architecture faculty, is one of 75 pieces chosen from 960 entries by leading art curators to appear in the prestigious Fun House 2018 exhibit in Poughkeepsie, New York.
Grad student places in prestigious international design competition

Student places in influential Lyceum Fellowship contest

posted April 13, 2018
For his innovative design reinventing a Canadian city’s downtown with a massive, 130,000-square-foot market and community space, Panwang Huo, a Texas A&M Master of Architecture student, placed third in the prestigious Lyceum Fellowship Competition.
Architects, academics to explore tech’s impact on design practice at April 27-28 'Deep Vista' event'

'Deep Vista' panelists to explore tech's impact on design

posted April 11, 2018
New thinking in architectural practice and theory arising from rapidly changing technology will be mulled by experts in design, education and philosophy at “Deep Vista,” a series of free-ranging panel discussions slated April 27 and 28, 2018 at Texas A&M University.