UT Austin Architecture Student Wins Rhodes Scholarship

University of Texas at Austin architecture student Jessica Glennie has been awarded a Rhodes Scholarship, one of the most prestigious graduate scholarships in the world.

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Austin’s bike bridge at Barton Creek delayed by geology hiccup

The city of Austin’s quest to span the Barton Creek greenbelt and nearby Loop 360 with bridges for cyclists and pedestrians, close to a decade in the planning, is six months behind schedule as the city and its state partner grapple with a geology problem.

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No New Downtown Events Until Construction Stops

For the first time ever, the City of Austin is placing a moratorium on downtown event permits.

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Tiny Austin House Auction to Benefit Green Construction

Tiny houses are all the rage, and now there’s an opportunity to take advantage of this trend in Austin. The Home Builders Association of Greater Austin in association with Austin Community College supported the construction of a 288-square-foot high-performance modular home and are selling it on eBay.

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Demolition begins downtown to make way for glitzy condo tower

The wrecking crews descended this week on the former headquarters of the Texas Press Association at 718 W. Fifth St.  With it, a little bit of history will be reduced to rubble and replaced by a gleaming high-rise condominium tower.

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Six New Books to Buy Your Architect/Designer Friends for the Holidays

Everyone loves to read a great book over the holidays, especially people who care about their minds as much as your architect/designer friends! Here are six books that were published this year that might interest them:

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Annual Calendar Now Available!

The annual Miller / G4 Spatial calendar featuring architectural drawings from renowned illustrator Don Collins is now available. This calendar has developed a cult following among the AEC market in Austin, and we are confident they will be pleased with the 2015 version.

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Meet the Ultra-efficient homes of the future

Resources are dwindling, prices are rising, and energy efficiency has never been more important. Commercial buildings have long been designed with conservation in mind: Taiwan’s national stadium is covered almost entirely with solar panels, and the CaixaForum Museum in Madrid boasts a living wall of 15,000 plants.

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Last chance for Canvas Print Sale!

Last chance to get your order in for 24×24 Canvas Prints at our discounted price of $56.40. Great holiday gifts!

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November 2014 Newsletter

We are thankful for you, our customers, every day. We appreciate every time you grace our doors with your presence or our inboxes with your print orders! And at this time of year, I personally offer a special thank you to our family of employees, customers, and suppliers – and also to your families. May… ... Read more...