EPIcenter representatives joined other project officials on a media tour of the former 80,000 sq. ft., 109-year-old historic power plant Wednesday.
The effort to “make the EPA great again” delegitimizes climate scientists around the globe and adversely impacts the design and construction industry.
Lake|Flato Architects provided concept illustrations of the proposed 44-acre Holdsworth Center to Austin City Council Thursday.
Architects, designers, and landscape designers gathered outside 1221 Broadway to show off what they could do to transform a usually empty parking space into a pedestrian space for Park(ing) Day, an event held in cities around the world.
The fourth San Antonio Park(ing) Day, an event where artists, designers, and residents turn parking spaces into temporary public parks in cities worldwide, will take place on Friday, Sept.
The Witte Museum is finalizing construction on The Mays Family Center, the city’s newest event and education venue outside the downtown area, which will serve as a bold connection between the San Antonio River and the growing Broadway corridor.
The $15 million center, part of the Witte’s $100 million renovation and development project, will open on April 12 with a ribbon cutting ceremony.
This year, San Antonio’s Lake/Flato Architects celebrates the firm’s 30th anniversary.
A partnership controlled by urban core developer David Adelman, principal of AREA Real Estate, and architect David Lake, principal of Lake/Flato Architects, has acquired the nine-story Maverick Building on East Houston Street, a storied landmark on the National Register of Historic Places that today is a badly rundown, largely unoccupied apartment building.