UTSOAThe University of Texas at Austin School of Architecture
3 March 2011

This Saturday, March 5, The University of Texas at Austin is hosting the 12th annual Explore UT—a day of events, performances, exhibits, lectures, and activities for the entire family.

The School of Architecture is hosting activities for all ages, including tours of the studios, materials lab, conservation lab, and exhibit halls; presentations about architecture and interior design degrees, and creating your own sketchbook; as well as activities geared for kids, including the popular "building blocks" and "design your own t-shirt" projects. Click here for all Explore UT events at the School of Architecture.

Global Architecture Brigade

Global Architecture Brigades UT Chapter members with children of the Santa Rosa community, who the secondary school will eventually benefit.

In August 2010, The University of Texas at Austin chapter of Global Architecture Brigades, consisting of a team of undergraduate students from the School of Architecture, embarked on a design competition with five other schools from across the nation. Their goal was to design a new school for the community of Santa Rosa, El Paraiso, Honduras. The new facilities would provide a venue for secondary education that was previously unavailable for students from thirteen surrounding communities and for public gatherings and celebrations.

After reviewing the submissions, the community members chose components from each university's proposal for the final design, including UT's rainwater harvesting system, the only such system proposed. Following the community's decision, the university chapters made a collaborative effort to integrate the various components into the final design.

In January 2011, the university chapters traveled to the community of Santa Rosa to begin construction on the school. During the course of the week, the college students combined efforts to dig trenches for foundation footings; manually saw and bend rebar for reinforcement; and mix, haul, and pour concrete to construct the mampostería (stone and mortar) foundation. The hands-on experience and involvement in the design-build process from beginning to end provided an invaluable educational experience in architecture, construction, and global outreach.

The Global Architecture Brigades UT team included: Cameron Benson, Judson Garwood, Melissa Jones, Megan Matthews, Nicole Melzer, Pedram Mireshghi, Miguel Ortiz, Justin Oscilowski, Francisca Pineda, Tyler Stowell, Parker Thompson, Sam Turner, Ross Wagner, Julie Williams, and Sam Williams.



Entrants to the Urban Land Institute Gerald D. Hines Student Urban Design Competition celebrated at the Cogburn Family dinner on February 28, 2011. Pictured left to right: Dean Almy, Betsy and Mike Cogburn, Brian Doherty, Greg Montgomery, and Jenna Dezinski.

On February 28, sixty-five students, faculty, and community mentors enjoyed a festive dinner at the UT Club in honor of this year's Urban Land Institute Gerald D. Hines Student Urban Design Competition entries. The Hines Competition is a graduate-level, annual competition that is intended to provide an interdisciplinary learning experience for real estate and design students in the United States and Canada. This year's competition focused on "Maximizing the Transit Opportunity: Mount Baker Station Area, Seattle, Washington."

Eight interdisciplinary teams from UT Austin, organized under the direction of Professor Simon Atkinson, submitted proposals to the ULI.

The Cogburn Family Foundation generously supports our participation in the ULI national competition each year and sponsors the school's internal prizes for the student teams as well as the annual dinner. Congratulations to this year's winners of the Cogburn Family Prize:

Jenna Dezinski, M.Arch. Program
Brian Doherty, M.Arch. Program
Greg Montgomery, M.Arch. Program
Ryan Northrop, MBA Program
Siyun Sha, CRP Program

Ashley Craig, U.D. Program
Jared Genova, CRP Program
Jeremy Johnson, MBA Program
Chris Smith, M.Arch. Program
Wenyu Xie, U.D. Program

Shannon Bronson, MLA Program
Josh Gladding, MBA Program
Sarah Young Hafley, M.Arch. Program
Emma Leonard, M.Arch. Program
Natalie Ward, U.D. Program

We are extremely grateful to Betsy and Mike Cogburn and their family for this generous endowed prize.


Friends of Architecture's tour to Brazil has been rescheduled for July 2012. The FOA website and future editions of eNews will include tour details and updates.

Due to extenuating circumstances, the previously-announced 2011 Friends of Architecture tour to Brazil has been rescheduled for July 2012.

Tentative new tour dates are July 14–24, 2012. We hope to have the tour price finalized and tickets available for purchase by April 2011.

Between July 14–24, 2012, the group will visit São Paulo, Belo Horizonte, Ouro Preto, and Rio de Janeiro, and have access to private homes designed by some of Brazil's preeminent architects, such as Angelo Bucci, José Carlos Teixeira, and Carla Juaçaba. This exclusive tour will be attended by Dean Fritz Steiner and led by Assistant Professor Fernando Lara, a Brazilian architect who holds degrees from the Federal University of Minas Gerais (BArch, 1993) and the University of Michigan (PhD, 2001).

This tour is open to a very limited number of participants. If you are interested in joining us, please e-mail Stacy Manning at smanning@austin.utexas.edu and include your name and the number of potential guests, so that you can be added to the waitlist. Once the itinerary and tour price are confirmed, those on the waitlist will be notified and tour registration will begin.

More information is forthcoming, so please check the FOA website and future editions of eNews for tour details and updates.


Detail from the School of Architecture's Undergraduate Program Prospectus, front and back sides of the B.Arch. + Plan II degree card.

The School of Architecture's Undergraduate Program Prospectus received a CASE (Council for Advancement and Support of Education) Gold Award in the category of brochures/flyers/booklets.

Under the guidance of Associate Dean for Undergraduate Programs Nichole Wiedemann, and with input from Assistant Dean for Undergraduate Programs Jeanne Crawford and Associate Academic Advisor Garrett Loontjer, the Prospectus was designed by former students Natalia Zieman [B.Arch. '10], Everett Hollander [B.Arch. '10], and Danny Saenz [B.Arch. '09].

The Prospectus is designed as a system of eleven 6" x 9" cards—each with graphics on one side and text on the reverse—that fit into a clear envelope for distribution. The school's undergraduate curricula, including architecture and interior design, are presented on folded cards, with additional cards containing information such as financial aid, resources, and the application process.

Assistant Dean for Development and External Relations Julie Hooper accepted the award for the school at an awards ceremony at the CASE District IV "Fusion" Conference in New Orleans on February 22.

CASE is a professional association serving educational institutions and the advancement professionals who work on their behalf in alumni relations, communications, development, marketing, and allied areas. CASE helps its members build stronger relationships with their alumni and donors, raise funds for campus projects, produce recruitment materials, market their institutions to prospective students, diversify the profession, and foster public support of education.


For the full schedule and latest updates, check the online UTSOA Calendar.


Detail, extruded anodized aluminum façade, Dee and Charles Wyly Theater, Dallas Performing Arts Center, Dallas, Texas. Fabrication and installation by A. Zahner Company.

March 2 – March 25
Mebane Gallery, Goldsmith Hall

"Explorations, Defining Surface: an Exhibit of Fabrications Produced by A. Zahner Company"

"Zahner employees are visionary perfectionists. Their work raises the level of an architect's abilities. They are artistic and creative collaborators—from design to fabrication to installation—whose incredible abilities make architectural dreams realities." – Daniel Liebeskind

For more than a century, the A. Zahner Company has fabricated intricate metalwork for the built environment. The company has participated in the evolution from the tactile content of the artisan making components ranging from one-of-a-kind cornice shapes to the highly engineered shapely forms of a Gehry Partners design. In this evolution, Zahner technicians and engineers have successfully married the ability of fine crafted detail with a digital definition of three-dimensional form. The challenge has been to interpret the information conveyed by the designer and instill a parametric relationship. The relationship involves not only the interface of the various parts, but also how the machines that cut, shape, and pierce these parts interpret the design. This refined definition can be translated into the final product to produce a "machined" appearance and to enhance design intent. (Text adapted from Bill Zahner's article in Manufacturing Material Effects: Rethinking Design and Making in Architecture, page 68.)

This exhibit, "Explorations, Defining Surface," features material investigations undertaken by Zahner for several different projects. Through the manipulation of plate metal, Zahner is able to produce a specific articulation of "surface" in support of an architectural concept. The utilization of parametric modeling and translation of that parametric data to manufacturing machinery, all while working in collaborative design partnerships with architects, has set the engineers and fabricators at Zahner apart from other manufacturers. The company has worked with major architectural firms such as Herzog & de Meuron, Morphosis, REX, Snøhetta, Zaha Hadid, Studio Daniel Libeskind, Gehry Partners, and FOA.

Zahner is an internationally acclaimed engineering and fabrication company best known for the use of metal in the world of art and architecture. Headquartered in Kansas City, Missouri, Zahner employs nearly 200 craftsmen and engineers in its offices and two plants.

Sponsored by the University Co-op Materials Resource Center and AIA Austin. Organized and curated by Sydney Mainster, Materials Lab Curator, with faculty support from Charlton Lewis and Joyce Rosner.


Monday, March 7
Goldsmith Lecture Hall, Room 3.120
5:00 p.m.

Harry Allen


Wednesday, March 23
Goldsmith Lecture Hall, Room 3.120
5:00 p.m.

Richard A. Etlin


Friday, March 25

The Community and Regional Planning Program (CRP) will be hosting its annual Spring Open House for Admitted Students on Friday, March 25, in conjunction with the school-wide Open House for Admitted Graduate Students.

CRP is expecting about 45 students of diverse backgrounds. The CRP Open House will include a morning orientation session, a special City Forum luncheon, and afternoon and evening events hosted by CRPSO (the CRP student organization) and the CRP student body. The Open House is always a fun and informative time! For more information, please contact Ming Zhang or Amy E. Jones at CRP-advisor@austin.utexas.edu.


March 31 + April 1
Mebane Gallery, Goldsmith Hall


A two-day symposium reflecting on architecture in the Americas.

Speakers include:

Mauricio Pezo
Sofia Von Ellrichshausen
Mónica Bertolino
Carla Juacaba
Daniel Bonilla
Mauricio Rocha
Charles Renfro
Pat Hanson
Patricia Patkau


Friday, March 31, through Sunday, April 3

Learn about biomimicry in the context of your local ecosystem with the foremost leaders in the field and connect with others in your regional biomimicry network. In this Backyard Biomimicry Workshop offered by the Biomimicry Group, you'll co-learn with students and professionals of various disciplines about the foundations of biomimicry and equip yourself to approach your region's most pressing design challenges by drawing inspiration from the natural world—found right in your own backyard.

Workshop Instructors:
Chris Allen – CEO, Biomimicry Group, Certified Biomimicry Professional (CBP)
Juan Rovalo – Taller de Operaciones Ambientales, CBP
Kathy Zarsky [B.S.A.S. '94] – HOLOS, Biomimicry Specialty Certificate Candidate

March 31:
Evening lecture with the latest news from the world of biomimicry
(donations only)

Location: AT&T Conference Center, 1900 University Avenue, Austin, Texas

April 1:
Introduction to the Foundations of Biomimicry
Location: Vinson & Elkins, 2801 Via Fortuna, Austin, Texas

April 2 and 3:
Hands-on Exploration of the Foundations of Biomimicry
Location: Vinson & Elkins, 2801 Via Fortuna, Austin, Texas

Registration Deadline: March 18. (Please note that registration is required for all events in the workshop sequence.) For more information, including costs, click here.

The School of Architecture is a local sponsor of the workshop.


Monday, April 4
Goldsmith Lecture Hall, Room 3.120
5:00 p.m.

Francis Kéré


Wednesday, April 6
Goldsmith Lecture Hall, Room 3.120
5:00 p.m.

Herb Enns


Opening Wednesday, April 6
Mebane Gallery, Goldsmith Hall

"Experimental Buildings at Shoal Lake"


Monday, April 11
Goldsmith Lecture Hall, Room 3.120
5:00 p.m.

Ammar Eloueini


April 25
Goldsmith Lecture Hall, Room 3.120
5:00 p.m.

Barry Bergdoll


Opening Wednesday, May 18
Mebane Gallery, Goldsmith Hall

"Student Design Excellence"


Roughly every other Friday during the fall and spring semesters, The Center for American Architecture and Design hosts a Friday Lunch Forum Series. The aim of the series is for faculty and students to meet in an informal atmosphere to debate topics and to share ideas about history, practice, theory, and new directions for architecture.

All Center Lunch Forums take place at 12:00 noon (CST) in Battle Hall, Room 101, and via LIVE WEBCAST. (Download RealPlayer here. It's free.)

Visit the Center website for updates and to access the live webcast. Remaining forums on the spring 2011 schedule include:


The Center for Sustainable Development is sponsoring a series of sustainability-related movies, documentaries, and short films. Screenings will be held every other Thursday evening in Goldsmith Lecture Hall, Room 3.120, at 7:00 p.m. They will be followed by a brief discussion of the themes and ideas presented in the film.

Remaining films on the spring 2011 schedule include (check website to confirm):


"Untitled," photo by Rob Oliver, produced in Judy Birdsong's fall 2010 studio.

February 14 – August 12
Visual Resources Collection
Sutton Hall 3.128 (Monday-Friday, 8:00-5:00)

"Capturing Light and Time: Pinhole Cameras and Photographs"

The cameras and photographs on display represent work organized around the theme of light and time in architecture that was produced in fall 2010 by fifth-semester architecture students in Lecturer Judy Birdsong's topic-based design studio.

As a means of introducing students to fundamental principles of light, each student constructed a pinhole camera, essentially a simple box with a single small aperture that employs the same optical principles as the camera obscura. Despite the simple program and inflexible constraints, the result was an array of inventive (and occasionally decorative) products that ranged from straightforward, but beautifully designed shells, to those that allowed for multiple views, multiple exposures, and interchangeable focal lengths. The photographs chronicle the efforts of the students to record the passage of time through the agency of light, the assigned subject of the second exercise of the semester.

Lecture and exhibitions generously funded by: Brightman/York Endowed Lecture Series in Interior Design, Edwin W. and Alyce O. Carroll Centennial Lectureship in Architecture, Bluford Walter Crain Centennial Endowed Lectureship, Gensler Exhibitions Endowment, Herbert M. Greene Centennial Lectureship in Architecture, Wolf and Janet Jessen Centennial Lectureship in Architecture, Karl Kamrath Lectureship in Architecture, Jane Marie Tacquard Patillo Centennial Lectureship, Edwin A. Schneider Centennial Lectureship in Architecture, School of Architecture Exhibitions Fund, and Wilsonart Endowed Lecture Series in Interior Design.


George Stockton and Barbara Hoidn.

Barbara Hoidn, O'Neil Ford Centennial Chair in Architecture Fellow, will participate in the "Ecology.Design.Synergy: Green Architecture & New Ideas from Germany & Canada" speaker series at the Ontario College of Art & Design.

On March 9, together with landscape architect and Aga Khan Award winner George Stockton, Hoidn will present a talk addressing the theme "Reclaiming The Land: The Designer as Eco-Regenerator." The speaker series explores a range of architectural and design practices that are transforming our understanding of "sustainability" within the built environment.

Wilfried Wang, O'Neil Ford Centennial Professor in Architecture, will deliver a lecture on March 11 titled "A Structure for an Architectural Theory" at the School of Architecture, University of Navarra, Pamplona, Spain.

Assistant Professor Igor Siddiqui, along with faculty members Mark Macek, Robert Gay, Clay Odom, and Joyce Rosner, participated in the exhibit, "Rough Cut: Furniture Design in Austin," presented by the Industrial Designers Society of America.

Siddiqui's practice, ISSSStudio, was featured in the February/March 2011 issue of SNAP! magazine in the article titled "One Thing Leads to Another," focusing on three emerging practices whose work includes product design.

This spring, Siddiqui is presenting his paper "Soft Fabric(ation)s" at the ACSA Annual Meeting in Montreal. At the IDEC conference in Denver, he will present his project "Florals." In April, he will chair a topic session titled "Media/Representation" at the National Conference on the Beginning Design Student, to be held at the University of Nebraska at Lincoln.

Interior, the School of Architecture's Thermal Lab.

Assistant Professors Ulrich Dangel's and Matt Fajkus's article, "Sustainable Building in a Hot and Humid Climate," written for the "Sustainability on the UT Campus" symposium in September 2010 is featured on the UT Austin KNOW web site.

Read a PDF of the article by Dangel and Fajkus in its original form.

Associate Professor Danilo Udovicki, member of the Moscow Academic Committee for the Preservation of the VHUTEMAS Legacy, was invited to present a paper at the International Scholarly Conference "Monumentalità e Modernità: Italy, Germany, Russia—Perception, Interpretation and Preservation of the Architectural Heritage of the Totalitarian Period," to be held in Saint Petersburg, Russia, June 29 through July 1. The conference is organized by the Saint Petersburg architectural journal Kapitel.


Above: Jim Szkotak [MSCRP '83] and Rosemin Gopaul. Szkotak started as a student in the CRP Program the same year Rosemin joined the staff. Below: Rosemin's retirement reception, south lawn of Sutton Hall, February 23, hosted by UTSOA graduate students.

On February 23, graduate students hosted a reception celebrating "30 Years of Rosemin Gopaul at the School of Architecture" on the occasion of her retirement from the position of Program Coordinator for Graduate Affairs. The event was spearheaded by students Caroline Emerson, Andrew Fulcher, and Erika Huddleston and Edna Ledesma [M.Arch. '09].

Dean Fritz Steiner sponsored the reception to provide an opportunity for current and former students to say goodbye to Rosemin. It was held on the south lawn of Sutton Hall in the grassy space outside Rosemin's office window.

Many current students and alumni attended, and a special gift was presented to Rosemin. Designed by Erika Huddleston, with input from the other student organizers, the gift was an 11" x 15" print in a white wood frame. In Huddleston's words, "The print was designed with 30 circles to symbolize Rosemin's years of service. All but one circle are bisected to symbolize the unbelievable 59 classes she graduated during her tenure. The circles are colorful because Rosemin's office always had colorful interesting objects d'art in it, and she seems to love color."

The following day, current and former faculty and staff honored Rosemin with a reception in the Dean's Conference Room. Several of the many graduate advisors Rosemin worked with during her 30 years, Terry Kahn, Richard Cleary, Larry Speck, and Ming Zhang, as well as Dean Steiner, former dean Hal Box, Associate Professor Emeritus Peter Coltman, and other attendees, shared meaningful stories.



Patrick B. Davis, Jr.

Patrick B. Davis, Jr. [B.Arch. '74], FAIA, has been elected to the College of Fellows of The American Institute of Architects. The Jury of Fellows selected Davis because of his notable contributions to the advancement of his profession and for the professional excellence he has brought to the practice of architecture, particularly in the area of service to society.

Fellowship in the AIA is the highest honor an architect member can receive. The AIA has more than 80,000 members; only a small percentage, fewer than 2,700 members, have the distinction of using FAIA after their names.

Davis has nearly four decades of experience as an architect specializing in all aspects of healthcare planning and design. He is employed with CMH Architects, Inc., in Birmingham, Alabama, as Vice President of Healthcare Services.

As a citizen architect, Davis has long been involved in his community, serving on local hospital and city planning boards.

Davis has helped create legislative coalitions for the design and building industries to advance their shared interests in Alabama. He and his wife established The Patrick and Judy Davis Endowed Scholarship Award at Auburn University to encourage and support veterans and active-duty servicemen and servicewomen to further their educations.

On a national level, Davis was an advocate for the design of the Vietnam Memorials, testifying to the placement of the Frederick Hart sculpture of "The Three Servicemen."

Davis says, "This journey began for me in 1974 as National President of Student AIA. A journey like this could not have been successful without the complete support of my spouse, Judy, whom I met in Washington, D.C., when I was student president and she worked for the AIA research corporation. I am both humbled and thrilled by this most special of all AIA recognitions."

Soren Simonsen and Lars Stanley. Photos by Justin Hackworth and Kenny Braun.

Soren Simonsen [B.Arch. '92] and Lars Stanley [M.Arch. '03], FAIA, LEED AP, are featured in the January 2011 edition of Architect magazine, in the article, "The Multitaskers." Author John Gendall interviewed four professionals who have gone beyond "delivering buildings," extending their practices into other domains.

In Simonsen's case, he sees himself as a placemaker and policy maker. He is a partner with Community Studio, a practice dedicated to neighborhood-based urban design, and is one year into his second four-year term on the city council of Salt Lake City.

Stanley is a craftsman who turned to metal artisanry to diversify his practice. Through his firm, Lars Stanley Metalworks, he collaborates with a range of architects and clients looking for custom-metal details.

View the entire article on Architect's web site.


We want you to stay involved and connected to the school, so please join us for one of our upcoming alumni events:

  • Annual CRP Networking Mixer
    Mingle with current CRP students and catch up with fellow alums and planning professionals!
    Nuevo Leon
    1501 East 6th Street
    Austin, Texas
    Wednesday, March 30
    6:00 – 8:00 p.m.
    Contact CRP student Jeni Webb for more info.
  • American Planning Association (APA) Convention Alumni & Friends Reception
    Location TBA
    Boston, Massachusetts
    Sunday, April 10, 2011 (tentative)
    7:00 – 9:00 p.m. (tentative)

    Calling all Boston-area alumni: We are still scouting good locations for this reception, so if you have a suggestion, please contact Stacy Manning at smanning@austin.utexas.edu.
  • American Institute of Architects (AIA) Convention Alumni & Friends Reception
    Featuring Dean Fritz Steiner and 2011 Topaz Medallion recipient Professor Larry Speck
    aos Showroom
    400 Poydras Street, Suite 1700
    New Orleans, Louisiana
    Thursday, May 12, 2011
    7:00 – 8:30 p.m. (tentative)

More details will be available on the School of Architecture alumni web page as events approach. If you have questions, please do not hesitate to contact Stacy Manning at smanning@austin.utexas.edu or 512.471.0617.

We are continuing our effort to find (and maintain) the most accurate contact information for all of our alumni. Stay in touch with former classmates—update your record and contact preferences by logging on to the university's online alumni directory.


Children of the village of El Tanque, Nicaragua. Photo by Patrick Bresnan. The photo is part of the "El Tanque y El Agua: Water Collection in a Nicaraguan Refugee Village, a documentary photo and video exhibit at the Austin Public Library Terrazas Branch. The exhibit is part of an effort to bring awareness to World Water Day on March 22.

UTSOA Sustainable Design student Patrick Bresnan has a photography exhibit up through April 30 at Austin Public Library Terrazas Branch, located at 1105 East Cesar Chavez. The exhibit is called "El Tanque y El Agua: Water Collection in a Nicaraguan Refugee Village," documenting Nicaraguan villagers who had to trek miles to obtain fresh water. This collection of imagery was originally used to advocate for the villagers, who now have access to a safe water supply due in part to the donations raised with the help of these photos.

Bresnan was recently selected by curators from the Menil Collection in Houston to be in the new exhibition "Nowhere Near Here: New Photographic Work by Texas Artists," featuring 14 multi-disciplinary artists from across the state. "Nowhere Near Here" is the fourth exhibition in the Talent in Texas series. It is a participating exhibit in the statewide Texas Biennial 2011.

Bresnan's work is exhibited under the moniker "Otis Ike" with his wife, Ivete Lucas, a student in the UT Austin MFA Program.


In this fast-paced world, there's a lot of news to keep up with. We know you are doing great things, and we rely on you not only to share your stories, but also to keep us up-to-date so that we can share our stories with you. Alumni, please send your news and contact updates to Associate Director of Constituent and Alumni Relations Stacy Manning at smanning@austin.utexas.edu. Students, faculty, and staff may send updates to eNews editor Pamela Peters at p.peters@mail.utexas.edu.

UT Austin School of Architecture

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