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    Andy Tinucci, AIA

Due to unforeseen circumstances, Marcio Kogan, Hon. FAIA, will no longer be able to participate on TxA’s 2017 Design Awards jury. Instead, the third member of the jury will be Andy Tinucci, AIA, of Woodhouse Tinucci Architects in Chicago.

Tinucci received his BSAS from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign in 1995 and his BArch degree from the University of Arizona in 2001. In 1996 Andy joined Rick Joy Architects in Tucson, Arizona, where he spent six years designing and building internationally published and award-winning architecture in the incredible landscapes of the desert Southwest. In 2002, he joined David Woodhouse Architects as the project architect for the Morton Arboretum Visitor Center. He became partner of Woodhouse Tinucci Architects in 2014. Tinucci’s work has been recognized with awards such as the Architectural Record Houses Award and the AIA Chicago Distinguished Building Award, and it has been published internationally in over 60 publications.

Tinucci’s work has also led him toward architectural research, where he is currently exploring the role of institutions in our culture as well as the changing shape of architectural practice. In 2004, he lectured at the Graham Foundation for the Arts in association with an exhibit entitled “Golconde: The Introduction of Modernism in India.” He has also served as a studio assistant professor in the Illinois Institute of Technology’s College of Architecture since 2008.

Tinucci, Julie Snow, and David Miller will arrive in Austin in mid-May to deliberate on the 313 entries we received this year.

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