The Texas Society of Architects Studio Awards recognize real or theoretical projects demonstrating excellence in design. The program accepts submissions from both students and practitioners, and projects of all types are considered together. The jury searches for standouts that push beyond the boundaries of architecture to address current critical issues. The 2022 jurors met on July 22, selecting seven projects out of 69 entries.
Lisa Gray, FAIA
Gray Organschi Architecture
New Haven, Connecticut
Elizabeth Gray is a founding partner and principal at Gray Organschi Architecture, a firm recognized internationally for its innovative conception and careful crafting of architectural projects ranging from adaptive reuse of damaged buildings and neighborhoods to the development and implementation of low-impact component assembly systems for ecologically delicate sites.
Cade Hayes, AIA
Cade Hayes is a partner at DUST, an alliance of architects, craftspeople, artists, designers, and builders with practices rooted in the master-builder tradition. Founded in 2007, the studio explores ideas and ethics rooted in a reverent intimacy with craft and place.
Clare Lyster is an architect, educator, and writer, and a professor at the UIC School of Architecture. Clare Lyster Urbanism and Architecture (CLUAA) is a research-based design practice located at the intersection of architecture, landscape, and urbanism that speculates on the future of the city through writing and design.