Arthur Andersson’s work imbues the every day with poetry. Through designs that transform users and transcend typology, he addresses pragmatic needs alongside our psychological yearning for shelter and contemplation, centering and escape, joy and comfort.
Jay Barnes creates architecture that brings people together. By overcoming political and institutional reluctance on high-profile, often embattled projects, he empowers stakeholders to engage in creating places that strengthen and enrich community through their design.
Dick Clark, amiable instigator and persistent catalyst for progress, designs buildings that are at once beautiful, functional and transformational. Always infused with consciousness, his work magnifies architecture’s intrinsic capacity to improve, enhance and enrich lives.
Stanley Graves steered the largest state-based preservation initiative in US history to unprecedented success, resurrecting Texas’ historic county courthouses and establishing a model for saving America’s architectural landmarks and restoring their role in our communities.
Interweaving diverse forms and ideas, Murray Legge’s work reaches across architectural disciplines with poetic resonance. His thoughtful integration of technical and formal innovation produces architecture that is both provocative and deeply immersive.
Jana McCann’s highly interrelated body of work brings communities and civic leaders together to create visionary plans that balance multiple objectives, recognize the public’s values and aspirations, and artfully respond to economic realities.