This year’s winning sculpture is ForKnife – Battle Hunger, created by RVK Architects in partnership with Lundy & Franke Engineering and F.A. Nunnelly General Contractor.
The Office of Historic Preservation will collect, print, and present submitted images at a public input meeting on Jan. 29.
Beaty Palmer Architects won the City Hall for All design competition to provide better accessibility to the 125-year-old building for the mobility impaired.
The Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 was one of the first formal measures aimed at increasing equal treatment and access for people with disabilities in the U.S., but it did not transform the country into a wheelchair-friendly paradise.
The San Antonio chapter of the American Institute of Architects’ Committee on the Environment (COTE) is inviting local photographers to submit photographs for its forthcoming exhibition, “Images of Sustainability.”
The San Antonio chapter of the American Institute of Architects recognized exceptional architectural projects designed by local firms at its annual award ceremony last Friday, Oct.
A statue of “The Father of the River Walk” will soon sit on the grounds of his creation.
This year, San Antonio’s Lake/Flato Architects celebrates the firm’s 30th anniversary.
What is a “stroad” and how do you turn it into a street?
The San Antonio chapter of the American Institute of Architects announced the winners of its 2014 design awards this week.