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Texas Architects / Enclaves

ISSUE JULY/AUGUST We want to give a big thanks to Texas Society of Architects for their latest July/August feature that includes “Affordable Island” as part of their Housing Portfolio by Nkiru Gelles, Assoc. AIA which speaks thoroughly about our project, journey, and process with Chalmers Courts. “Things have to adapt and develop,” says Philip Crisara, AIA, of […]

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INSIGHTS – Skateboarding, a public reading, and performance art upcoming in “Abraham Cruzvillegas: Hi, how are you, Gonzo?”

Our own Billy Schaefer participated today at the Contemporary Austin Jones Center's weekly activation: Daily Grind! He discussed diverse possibilities of the design environment; especially those in Downtown Austin and showed us some real ollies on the functional sculptures in Abraham Cruzvillegas' exhibition.

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TRAVEL JOURNAL – PRAGUE

Travel aficionado Aubrey van Niekerk had the chance to jump on a plane and travel all the way to the old continent; landing in The City of a Hundred Spires! From beautiful colorful baroque buildings, Gothic churches, the medieval Astronomical clock, to breathtaking views while hiking (literally); Aubrey had a blast capturing the magic of […]

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TRAVEL JOURNAL – AUSTRALIA

This March, our own Daniela Valle had the chance to travel all the way to Australia. During those weeks, she made stops in Sydney and Melbourne; both cities offer amazing cityscapes and design-forward qualities. She found time to relax all while dipping in crazy-stunning beaches, taking-in a visual feast at sculpture park Pt. Leo, and meeting new furry friends. We asked Danny if she brought back some Vegemite to share with us in the studio, but unfortunately, she decided to go with the Tim Tams instead. Check out her 'Straya gallery below!

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SITE VISIT — CHALMERS SOUTH

Last week, the Nelsen team toured the first phase of a three-phase redevelopment of Chalmers Courts. During the visit, we learned about the construction process, the creative problem solving required to make a project work and the unique design elements that make this project an important contribution to the Chalmers Courts community.    

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