Tuesday, September 6, 2022

TxA Conference on Architecture 2022 - Lake|Flato Session - Integrating Research into Architectural Practice

The Texas Society of Architects (TxA) will host its 83rd conference and design expo in El Paso, Texas next month! I am excited to share I will be presenting with three of my Lake|Flato colleagues. Learn more in today's post.

TxA is a state component of the American Institute of Architects.

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In addition to presenting, I am looking forward to attending sessions and learning from many great speakers. One keynote I am particularly excited to see is by the author of a book I have... Richard Rothstein. Book: The Color of Law.

The session I am co-presenting is titled Integrating Research into Architectural Practice. One topic we will be covering is our internal research program, Investigations. More on this in the near future, as I now oversee this program within the firm!

October 27, 2022 (Full conference: Oct. 27-29)

1:30 PM-3:00 PM MT

By leveraging existing research, investigating new ideas, conducting post-occupancy evaluation and sharing lessons learned we can improve the design and performance of the built environment. This course will offer tools for developing research strategies appropriate for your firm and workflow. Panelists will introduce a variety of research and partnership models by presenting examples that include post-occupancy evaluation or energy performance, literature reviews of existing urban greenway research and building technology prototyping, among others. This session will discuss both process and application of findings to future projects, highlighting the importance of using research to inform professional practice.

Credit: 1.5 HSW | LU | SD

Register: Click here


This year the conference is in El Paso, Texas. Check out this fun 40-second video highlighting the conference and the city...

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