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What does 2018 hold for the design and construction industry nationally and in North Texas?
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The 2018 TxA Design Conference —“Other Worlds, Chasing the Light and Other Mysteries” — will explore the visions of people outside the profession whose work presents enlightening feedback to architecture.
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“God is in the details”, one of several iconic phrases from Mies van der Rohe, which continues to haunt architects.
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The days of designing for a discrete project are numbered. Today's most forward-thinking architects are finding it their mission to go beyond their project – in terms of both space and time – to consider, and even encourage, land-use patterns in the surrounding area, and to anticipate, and even influence, future events and unexpected consequences.
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Every two years, the Alberta Association of Architects (AAA) hosts a conference that brings speakers from around the globe to share ideas, innovation and ingenuity.
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Contemporary designs are radically shiftingthe look of America's homes.
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Wood Solutions Fairs are multi-faceted, day-long educational events on the use of wood in non-residential and multi-family buildings.
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Code Considerations in Fire Rated Glass by SAFTI FIRST is a must-have for all design professionals.
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The ability to bring the outdoors in and for a building to reflect its surroundings, is a hallmark of modern design.
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A Simple Guide to Motorized Shades and Controls.
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Celebrating the 63rd Design Excellence Awards.
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Why must we think of home and nature as distinct,or even opposing, spaces?
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Designing with Fire Rated Glass by SAFTI FIRST is a must-have for all design professionals.
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Join legendary interior designer Eva Maddox, FIIDA, Assoc. AIA, for an exploration of her work as featured in the new book, Eva Maddox: Innovator, Designer, Educator by Romy Wyllie (The Images Publishing Group). A book signing follows the lecture.
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Detailing needs to meet an architectural design aesthetic, as well as durability and sustainability requirements.
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This course describes the different types of glass, glass construction options, and coating choices.
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John MacManus, ASLA, a principal at Altamanu, Inc., grew up in Ireland where he studied architecture.
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The Large Opening Operable Glass Wall Showroom Tour will host and guide you through a showroom dedicated to large opening operable glass walls.
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While architect Henry Hobson Richardson’s Glessner House (1885-87) at 1800 South Prairie Avenue is world famous, less well known is the Chicago house that he designed at approximately the same time for the Glessners’ friends, Franklin and Emily MacVeagh.
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Steve Black and Rob Falconer, AIA, from Power Construction, the contractor’s Quality Support Team, will offer their perspective on the challenges related to details when louvers are designed as part of the building enclosure.
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Commercial buildings represent just under one-fifth of U.S. energy consumption, with office space, retail space, and educational facilities representing about half of commercial sector energy consumption.
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Commercial buildings represent just under one-fifth of U.S. energy consumption, with office space, retail space, and educational facilities representing about half of commercial sector energy consumption.
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With moisture being a leading cause of construction call backs this course is designed to give a better understanding of details that hinder and wall assemblies designed for greater moisture management performance.
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This one-hour class is designed for construction industry professionals desiring to gain a full understanding of natural stone as a building material. Learn more about the various natural stones (limestone, travertine, onyx, marble, serpentine, sandstone, slate, quartzite, and granite).
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This one-hour presentation is intended to explain how natural stone fits into the Green movement.
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Thursday, 7:00 pm; Reception and check-in from 6:15 – 6:55 pm

Donation of $10 requested by DFW NOMA from all attendees

Donations will be used for NOMA's project pipeline to train upcoming minority architects

Known for imaginative design and thoughtful collaboration, Phil Freelon practices architecture that engages the community and enhances opportunities for interaction and learning. His design achievements include cultural, civic, and academic buildings produced for some of United States’ most respected institutions. Freelon’s recent and current achievements include serving as lead architect and directing the Freelon Adjaye Bond/Smith Group team for the highly-acclaimed National Museum of African American History and Culture on the National Mall. He is also the design architect for award-winning museum and cultural projects including the National Center for Civil and Human Rights in Atlanta, the Museum of the African Diaspora in San Francisco, the Harvey B. Gantt Center in Charlotte, Emancipation Park in Houston, and the Reginald F. Lewis Museum in Baltimore. His library, education, and civic design projects include facilities in Chicago, Atlanta, Washington DC, Chapel Hill, Charlotte, and Durham, North Carolina.

A native of Philadelphia, Freelon is a Fellow of the American Institute of Architects, a recipient of the AIA North Carolina’s Gold Medal, a President Obama appointee to the United States Commission of Fine Arts, and a recipient of the Thomas Jefferson Award for Public Architecture. He is a Peer Professional for the U.S. General Services Administration’s Design Excellence Program and has served on numerous design award juries including the National AIA Institute Honor Awards jury and the National Endowment for the Arts Design Stewardship Panel.


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Operable Glass Walls for All Buildings" will present the information you need to confidently design originative projects using operable glass walls.
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Operable Glass Walls for Flexible Space Division will present the information you need to confidently design innovative projects using operable glass walls in both interior and exterior applications.
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“Solutions for Large Openings for Educational Institutions” will present the information you need to confidently incorporate operable glass walls into new-build and renovated schools from K-12 and higher education learning environments.
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Sustainable Design uses for Large Opening Wall Systems will focus on defining both folding and sliding operable walls, typical usage, operation animations and material options.
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This one hour session is designed to give architects and designers an overview of how to specify natural stone. There are many factors to consider to ensure you are choosing the proper material for your project.
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KBIS, in conjunction with the National Kitchen and Bath Association (NKBA) is an inspiring, interactive platform that showcases the latest industry products, trends and technologies.
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Keeping up with ever evolving window codes can be a challenge for even the most experienced construction industry professional.
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This course provides information about window installation from the perspective of the architect and design professional.
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