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Following Aaron Seward’s departure as the editor of Texas Architect, Texas Society of Architects will launch a nationwide search for our new editor. In the meantime, we are delighted to have Brantley Hightower, AIA, serve as our interim editor.

A founding partner of HiWorks, Hightower grew up near Fort Worth. He earned both a Bachelor of Arts and a Bachelor of Architecture degree from The University of Texas at Austin. He later earned a Master of Architecture degree from Princeton University.

Hightower has worked for Perkins & Will in Chicago, Max Levy Architect in Dallas, and Lake|Flato Architects in San Antonio. His first book, “The Courthouses of Central Texas,” was published in 2015, and he has since produced a number of podcast series. He currently also teaches at San Antonio College.

Hightower brings a breadth of knowledge and vast TxA experience to his role as interim editor. In addition to serving on the Publication Committee, he has authored numerous articles for Texas Architect. In 2015, he received the Texas Society of Architects’ Young Professional Achievement Honor Award.

We are grateful to have Hightower’s expertise at the helm during this time of transition.

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