Announcing the Texas Society of Architects’ 2020 Design Award winners. After reviewing 205 entries, jurors Stella Betts of LevenBetts in New York City; Dan Kaplan, FAIA, of FXCollaborative in New York City; Kirsten R. Murray, FAIA, of Olson Kundig in Seattle; and Michel Rojkind of Rojkind Arquitectos in Mexico City recognized 19 projects.

The winning designs will be featured in the September/October issue of Texas Architect magazine. Thanks to everyone who entered, and congratulations to all the honorees!

2000 Ross, Dallas
HKS

– photo by Daryl Shields


AD EX, Dallas
OMNIPLAN

– photo by Eddie Fortuna


All Saints Presbyterian Church, Austin
Andersson/Wise

photo by Andrew Pogue


ARRIVE East Austin, Austin
Baldridge Architects

photo by Casey Dunn Photography


Balcones House, Austin
Mell Lawrence Architects

photo by Leonid Furmansky


Charlotte and Donald Test Pavilion, Dallas
Buchanan Architecture

photo by Charles Davis Smith, FAIA


East 24th Street Houses, Houston
Kinneymorrow Architecture

photo by Luis Ayala, AIA


Epoch Tasting Room, Templeton, CA
Lake|Flato Architects

photo by Casey Dunn Photography


Estadio Borregos, Monterrey, Mexico
Beck Architecture

photo by Federico de Jesús Sánchez Gutiérrez



John Gaines Park & Swim Center, Austin
Stanley Studio

photo by Casey Dunn Photography


Lincoln Chapel, Georgetown
Studio 512

photo by Casey Dunn Photography


Little Tiger, Austin
Murray Legge Architecture

photo by Leonid Furmansky


Museum of Fine Arts, Houston Sarah Campbell Blaffer Foundation Center for Conservation, Houston
Lake|Flato Architects + Kendall/Heaton Associates

photo by Peter Molick


Red Velvet Events Headquarters, Austin
Magic Architecture

photo by Chase Daniel


Saint Edward’s University Holy Cross Hall, Austin
Baldridge Architects

photo by Casey Dunn Photography


Sangre de Cristo House, Santa Fe, NM
Specht Architects

photo by Casey Dunn Photography


South 5th Residence, Austin
Alterstudio Architecture

photo by Casey Dunn Photography


University of Texas at Dallas Engineering & Computer Science West, Dallas
SmithGroup

photo by Bill Timmerman


US Land Port of Entry, Columbus, NM
Richter Architects

photo by Robert Reck

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