TEX-FAB project honored by AIA Houston
March 28, 2012
American Institute of Architects, Houston has announced the winners of their 2012 Architecture Awards. Among the recipients, in the category of "Divine Detail", is a project by Vlad Tenu and TEX-FAB. UT Arlington Assistant Professsor Brad Bell is a founding member of TEX-FAB and collaborated on the project with colleagues from the University of Houston and the University of Texas at San Antonio.
A panel of two nationally recognized architects and the editor-in-chief of a nationally respected architecture magazine met at Architecture Center Houston on Thursday, March 22 to select the best of new Houston architecture from among 127 entries. Eligibility was limited to projects completed within the last 5 years and located within the Houston metropolitan area or designed by an architect working in the Houston metropolitan area. The jury selected twenty-one projects in eight categories to receive awards. The jurors were Craig Scott, IWAMOTOSCOTT, San Francisco, Susan S. Szenasy, Editor in Chief METROPOLIS Magazine, New York, and Jon Pickard, Pickard Chilton, New Haven, Connecticut. The Awards were presented at a cocktail reception on the eleventh floor of BG Group Place on that evening.
For further information visit www.aiahouston.org/designawards.