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Hear Clark | Richardson on ATXArchitects Podcast

April Clark and Ed Richardson had the pleasure of being a guest on Mickey Peavler’s ATX Architects podcast series that aired today.  The interview has topics ranging from what its like to work with an architect, sustainability, architecture schools and … Continue reading

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The Natural Vernacular

In an academic sense, the notion of a vernacular architecture has commonly been derived from an idiomatic, regionally specific reading of building practices and habitation.  Broadening this reading of the vernacular, the performative characteristics of local species and ecosystems also … Continue reading

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Clark | Richardson to speak at SXSW ECO

This year SXSW will launch a new Conference – SXSW Eco : Solutions for a Sustainable World, October 4-6 in Austin, Texas. This year’s inaugural event will join the highly notable SXSW productions including the Music, Film and Interactive series.  … Continue reading

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Biomimicry: Solutions for the Built Environment

In 2005 we first taught a studio about biomimicry and architecture at the University of New Mexico school of Architecture we taught a graduate course again in 2008 at the University of Texas at Austin School of Architecture titled:  Investigations … Continue reading

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