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LAWRENCE W. SPECK, FAIA

W. L. Moody Centennial Professor in Architecture

Education

Master of Architecture, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1972

Bachelor of Science in Art and Design, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1971

Bachelor of Science in Management, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Sloan School of Management, 1971

Academic Experience

Professor of Architecture, The University of Texas at Austin, 1984-present; Associate Professor of Architecture, 1979-84; Assistant Professor of Architecture, 1975-79

Dean, School of Architecture, The University of Texas at Austin, 1992-2001

Associate Dean, School of Architecture, The University of Texas at Austin, l990-92

Instructor, Architectural Design Theory and Criticism of Architecture, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1972-75

Teaching Assistant, Theory and Criticism of Architecture, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1971-72

Professional Experience and Registrations

Registered Architect, State of Texas

Principal, Page Southerland Page, Austin, Texas, 1999-present

Principal, Lawrence W. Speck Associates, Austin, Texas, 1975-99

List of Major Works

Campus Services Building, University of Texas, Dallas, Texas

East Avenue Mixed-Use Development, Austin, Texas

U.S. Federal Courthouse, Alpine, Texas

Chickasaw Health Center, Ada, Oklahoma

Discovery Green Park, Houston, Texas

The Grove Restaurant, Houston, Texas

Kaminsky House, Dallas, Texas

AMLI on Second Residential Tower, Austin, Texas

Waterstone Condominiums, Lake Travis, Texas

Herrmann House, Santa Fe, New Mexico

Christ Church Cathedral Expansion, Houston, Texas

Prothro House, Dallas, Texas

FBI Regional Headquarters, Houston, Texas

Seton Medical Center Expansion, Austin, Texas

Austin City Lofts

Wabash Garage, Austin, Texas

Driskill Children’s Clinic, McAllen, Texas

Austin Convention Center Expansion

Computer Science Corporation Offices, Austin, Texas

Barbara Jordan Terminal, Austin Bergstrom International Airport

Robert E. Johnson State Office Building, Austin, Texas

“The Terrace” Office Complex, Austin, Texas

Rough Creek Lodge, Glen Rose, Texas

Intermedics Orthopedics Corporate Headquarters, Austin, Texas

Jones House, Austin, Texas

House for a Single Woman, Austin, Texas

Salado Town Hall, Salado, Texas

Austin Convention Center

Umlauf Sculpture Garden, Austin, Texas

House on Sunny Slope, Austin, Texas

Town Lake Comprehensive Plan, Austin, Texas

Houston Street Transit Project, San Antonio, Texas

Ross House, Lake Travis, Texas

Salado Historic Town Plan

Airy Mount, Burnet, Texas

Tapp Ranch House, Wimberley, Texas

Lemann-Browning House, Austin, Texas

Lakeside House, Austin, Texas

Lehman Library, Lake Travis, Texas

The Tuscany Apartments, Austin, Texas

Town Center (City Hall, Police/Fire Station, Recreation Center), Burnet, Texas

The Bailey Estate (8 houses), Austin, Texas

Matthews Ranch House, Burnet County, Texas

Cable Library, West Lake Hills, Texas

Proposed Housing for the Elderly, Fitchburg, Massachusetts

Administrative and Committee Service

The University of Texas

Committee on Cultural Diversity and Global Cultures, School of Undergraduate Studies, 2008-present

Member, Steering Committee for Normal Bel Geddes Exhibit at HRC, 2008-present

Member, Executive Committee, Faculty Building Advisory Committee, 2008-present

Member, Undergraduate Studies Committee, 2007-present

Co-Champion (with VP Pat Clubb), Speedway Mall Project, 2007-present

Member, Faculty Building Advisory Committee, 2007-present

Faculty Editorial Board, Undergraduate Research Journal, 2006-present

Committee to Select Recipient of Chancellor’s Council Teaching Award, 2006-08

Educational Policy Committee, 2004-08

Chair, Provost Search Committee, 2006-07

University Continuing Fellowship Selection Committee, 2004-07

Search Committee for Dean of the Law School, 2005-06

Curriculum Reform Task Force, 2005-06

Drafting Subcommittee, Curriculum Reform Task Force, 2004-05

School of Architecture Advisory Council, 2004

Member, Commemorative Monument Committee for Commission of 125, 2003-04

Advisory Committee for Committee of 125, 2003

Co-op Undergraduate Awards Committee, 2002

Chair, Search Committee for Vice President for Public Affairs, 2000-01

Member, Deans’ Council, 1992-2001

Member, Marketing Task Force, 1999-2000

Ad Hoc Committee for University of Texas West Mall and Guadalupe St. Renewal, 1996-2000

Chair, Texas Theme Steering Committee, 1997-99

Chair, “War on Bureaucracy” Committee, University of Texas/Ford Quality Program, 1997-99

Building Committee, Blanton Art Museum, 1997-99

Executive Committee, Campus Master Plan, 1993-99

Member, Campus Master Plan Committee, 1993-99

Committee for Celebration of University of Texas’s 115th Birthday, 1998

Core Committee, University of Texas Interactive, 1997-98

University of Texas “Rapid” on Interdisciplinary Programs, 1997

Ad Hoc Committee for New University of Texas Art Museum, 1996-97

Planning Committee for LBJ Symposium on “Future of the City,” 1996-97

“Mars Team”–Committee to Evaluate University of Texas Institutional Purpose and Values for Capital Campaign, 1996

University of Texas/Ford Quality Workshop, Dearborn, Michigan, May 20-24, 1996

Faculty Reward Structure Committee, 1996

University Graduation Committee, 1994-95

Task Force to Establish Urban Issues Program, 1993-94

Provost’s Committee to Recommend Changes in University of Texas Strategic Planning Process, 1994

Evaluation Committee, University Research Institute, 1989-91

National Endowment for the Humanities Faculty Fellowship Committee, 1987

University Housing Committee, 1985-87

Ad Hoc Building Committee, Sutton and Goldsmith Halls, 1979-84

Ad Hoc Building Committee, Music Recital Hall, 1982

Faculty Senate, 1979-81

University Council, University of Texas, 1979-81

School of Architecture, The University of Texas

Member, Executive Committee, 2004-present

Member, Architecture and Interior Design Curriculum Committee, 2002-present

Member, Scholarship Committee, 2002-present

Member, Budget Council, 1977, 1980, 1984-present

Graduate Advisor, 2002-07

Member, Coordinating Committee, 2002-07

Chair, Graduate Admissions Committee, 2002-07

Member, Search Committee for Director of Historic Preservation Program, 2005-06

Member, Search Committee for New Landscape Architecture Position, 2004-05

Member, Landscape Architecture Search Committee, 2004-05

Co-Secretary, Budget Council, 2002-04

Chair, Interior Design Search Committee, 2002-03

Chair, Undergraduate Interiors Curriculum Committee, 2000-01

Chair, Steering Committee, 1997-2001

Dean, 1992-2001

Chair, Budget Council, 1992-2001

Associate Dean, 1990-92

Chair, Faculty Search Committee, 1990-92

Member, Graduate Admissions Committee, 1990-92

Member, Events Committee, 1990-92

Member, Undergraduate Curriculum Committee, 1980-82, 1990-92

Member, Graduate Studies Curriculum Committee, 1988-92

Member, Administrative Committee, 1984-92

Member, Faculty Search Committee, 1983-92

Member, Teaching Awards Committee, 1984-85, 1990

Director, Center for the Study of American Architecture, 1982-90

Chair, Slide Library Committee, 1988-89

Chair, Historian Search Committee, 1986-87

Member, Search Committee for O’Neil Ford Chair, 1983

Chair, Lecture Series Committee, 1981-83

Member, Library Committee, 1980-83

Chair, Design Faculty, 1980-82

Chair, Teaching Awards Committee, 1980-81

Faculty Adviser to Architecture Student Council, 1977-78

Chair, Undergraduate Curriculum Committee, 1977

Chair of Fourth Year, 1977

Member, Reference Center Committee, 1977

Member, School of Architecture Dean Selection Committee, 1976

Faculty Adviser to Student Publication, ArchiTexas, 1975-76

Faculty Adviser, 1975-76

Nation/State/Community

Building Committee, Mexic-Arte Museum, 2008-present

Chair, AIA Austin Fellows Committee, 2008-present

AIA Austin Strategic Planning Committee, 2008

National Peer Reviewer, U.S. General Services Administration Design Excellence Program, 2006-present

Member, Charles Moore Foundation National Advisory Board, 2006-present

Advisory Committee, School of Architecture, Tulane University, 2005-present

Visiting Committee, M.I.T. Corporation, 2004-present

M.I.T. Corporation Visiting Committee, 2001-present

Contributing Editor, Architecture Magazine, 2000-present

Board of Directors, Charles Moore Foundation, 1996-present

Guadalupe Task Force for Renewal of “The Drag”, 1995-present

Tour Leader, Friends of Architecture Tour of Seattle, July 17-19, 2008

Juror, “Academic Update Exhibit,” Architecture Center, Houston, June 13, 2008

External Reviewer of School of Architecture for Provost at University of Michigan, June 8-10, 2008

External Reviewer of School of Architecture for President at UNLV, May 11-13, 2008

Juror, National Brick in Architecture Awards, May 31, 2008

External Reviewer of School of Architecture for Provost at LSU, March 30-April 1, 2008

U.S. Government GSA Peer Reviewer for Courthouse in Las Cruces, N.M., March 3, 2008

Advisor, Architect Selection Committee, Dallas Museum of Nature and Science, 2007-08

Board of Directors, Air Quality Sciences, Atlanta, 2007

Resource Team, Mayors’ Institute for City Design, 2007

Advisor, Dallas Museum of Nature and Science, 2007

Board of Directors, Greenguard Environmental Institute, Atlanta, 2005-07

Chair, Committee to Establish Austin Center for Architecture, AIA Austin, 2006

Nominating Committee, AIA Austin, 2005

Chair, Jury to Select Fellows in National AIA, 2005

Member, Jury to select new Fellows in National AIA, 2003-05

Member, Texas Society of Architects Convention Futures Committee, 2003-05

Member, Great Springs of Texas Partnership, 2002-04

Chair, Texas Society of Architects Convention, 2003

Member, Architecture Program Review Team, University of Memphis, 2003

Co-Chair, Texas Society of Architects “Best Places” Committee, 2002-03

Member, Board of Directors, Save our Springs Alliance, 2001-03

Architecture Advisory Committee, U.S. State Department, Foreign Buildings Operations, 2001-03

Member, Design Review Committee, Spanish Oaks at Bee Cave, 1999-2003

Board of Directors, Texas Society of Architects, 1998-2003

Advisory, St. Edwards University Building Committee, 2002

Member, Austin Independent School District Bond Advisory Committee, 2002

Advisor, Architect Selection Committee, Dallas Theatre Center Multiform Theatre, 2001

Advisor, Architect Selection Committee, Dallas Lyric Opera, 2001

Member, Architecture Accreditation Visiting Team, University of British Columbia, 2001

Professional Advisor, Design Competition for Booker T. Washington High School for the Performing Arts in Dallas, 2000-01

Advisor, Art in Public Places Selection Panel, Austin Convention Center Expansion, 2000

Advisory Board, College of Engineering, Ohio State University, 1998-99

Committee on Opening of Austin Bergstrom International Airport, 1998-99

Heritage Austin Downtown Revitalization Team (appointed by Austin City Council), 1997-99

Board of Directors, Heritage Society of Austin, 1996-99

City Council appointed Task Force on Auditorium Shores as site for Cultural Activities, 1998

Trustee, Texas Architectural Foundation, 1996-98

City of Austin Transportation/Land Use Linkage Committee, 1996

Steering Committee, URI “New Urbanism” Conference, 1996

Programs Chair, Texas Society of Architects Annual Meeting, 1994

Advisor, Art in Public Places Selection Panel, New Austin Airport Terminal, 1994

Advisor, Art in Public Places Selection Panel, Austin Convention Center, 1993-94

Member, RUDAT Steering Committee, Austin Chamber of Commerce, 1990

Member, Board of Directors, Buell Center, Columbia University, New York, 1985-87

Member, Arts and Culture Task Force, Austin Chamber of Commerce, 1985

Member, Ad Hoc Committee on Architecture, Dallas Museum of Art, 1984-85

Member, Screening Committee in Architecture and City Planning, Council for International Exchange of Scholars, Washington, D.C., 1979-82

Member, Grading Team for National Council of Architectural Registration Boards Design Examination, 1979

Education and Teaching Awards

Regents’ Outstanding Teaching Award, 2009

UT Most Interesting Professor Award (given by Daily Texan), 2008.

W. L. Moody Centennial Professor of Architecture, The University of Texas at Austin, 1998-present

Friar Centennial Teaching Fellowship, The University of Texas at Austin, 2007

Chancellor’s Council Teaching Award, The University of Texas at Austin, 2005

Edward J. Rominiec Award, given by Texas Society of Architects to outstanding architectural educator, 2005

“Architecture and Society” website selected for “Best of IT Collaborative Award” in University of Texas at Austin Innovative Instructional Technologies Awards Program (with Anne Beamish), 2004

Selected to be member of Academy of Distinguished Teachers, The University of Texas at Austin, 2004

Outstanding Teaching Award (lecture), School of Architecture, The University of Texas at Austin, 2004

Distinguished Service Award, Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture, 2001

Amigos Distinguidos Award, The University of Texas at Austin Hispanic Faculty and Staff Association, 2001

Glenn Maloney Award, given to a faculty member at The University of Texas at Austin for “a single exemplary contribution” to the University, May 2000

Robert Murff Excellence Award (for Outstanding Support of Career Services at The University of Texas at Austin), May 1999

Roland Gommel Roessner Centennial Professor of Architecture, The University of Texas at Austin, 1984-98

“Eyes of Texas Excellence Award,” given in recognition of outstanding contribution to student life at The University of Texas at Austin, 1997

AMOCO Award (Outstanding Undergraduate Teaching), The University of Texas at Austin, 1992

UTMOST Best Professor Hall of Fame–Compilation of ten years of UTMOST Best Professor Selections, 1992

William Blunk Centennial Professor (Outstanding Undergraduate Teaching), The University of Texas at Austin, 1990-91

One of three professors at The University of Texas at Austin nominated by the University administration for “1990 Professor of the Year” sponsored by the Council for Advancement and Support of Education

Dad’s Association Teaching Award, The University of Texas at Austin, 1989-90

One of three nominees by The University of Texas at Austin for Piper Professorship (statewide teaching excellence award), 1987

Listed on “Honor Roll” of The University of Texas at Austin Faculty by UTMOST Magazine, Spring 1986

Texas Excellence Teaching Award, The University of Texas at Austin, 1984

Selected one of twelve “Best” teachers at The University of Texas at Austin by UTMOST magazine, 1984

Cass Gilbert Centennial Teaching Fellowship in Architecture, The University of Texas at Austin, 1982-84

The University of Texas at Austin School of Architecture Outstanding Teacher Award, 1978, 84

Selected one of ten “Up and Coming” faculty members of the “New Generation” at The University of Texas at Austin by Alcalde magazine on the event of the University’s Centennial, 1983

Fulbright Senior Scholar (Australia), 1978

Design Honors and Awards

Award of Excellence, Business Week/Architectural Record Good Design is Good Business Awards, 2009 (Discovery Green)

Gold Award, Brick in Architecture Awards Program, 2009 (Discovery Green)

Best Interior Design for Condominium/Loft, 2009 Dream Home Awards (Loft Interior)

Best Condominium Loft Project, 2009 Dream Home Awards (Austin City Lofts)

Best Mixed-Use Living Project, 2009 Dream Home Awards (AMLI Residential Tower)

Design Award 2009, Houston Chapter AIA (The Grove Restaurant)

Design Award 2009, Austin Chapter AIA (Discovery Green)

ULI Houston 2009, Development of Distinction (Discovery Green)

AIA Academy of Architecture for Justice Design Award, 2008 (U.S. Federal Courthouse, Alpine)

U.S. General Services Administration Design Award, 2008 ((U.S. Federal Courthouse, Alpine)

Best of Show, ASID Gulf Coast Chapter Design Awards, 2008 (The Grove Restaurant)

IIDA Texas/Oklahoma Design Award 2008 (The Grove Restaurant)

National Design Award, Society of American Registered Architects, 2008 (AMLI Residential Tower)

National Design Award, Society of American Registered Architects, 2008 (U.S. Federal Courthouse, Alpine, Texas)

National Design Award, Society of American Registered Architects, 2008 (The Grove Restaurant)

Design Award, Texas Society of Architects, 2008 (Seton Medical Center Expansion)

Design Award, Texas Society of Architects, 2008 (AMLI Residential Tower)

Design Award, Texas Society of Architects, 2008 (U.S. Federal Courthouse, Alpine, Texas)

Design Award, Austin Chapter AIA, 2008 (U.S. Federal Courthouse, Alpine, Texas)

Design Award, Texas/Oklahoma Chapter IIDA, 2008 (The Grove Restaurant)

ULI Houston 2008 Development of Distinction (Christ Church Cathedral)

National Design Honor Award, 2007, Faith and Form (Christ Church Cathedral)

National Design Award, Society of American Registered Architects, 2007 (Christ Church Cathedral)

Excellence in Construction Eagle Award, 2007 (U.S. Federal Courthouse, Alpine, Texas)

National Brick in Architecture Gold Award, 2007 (Christ Church Cathedral)

National Brick in Architecture Bronze Award, 2007 (OSU Alumni Center)

Design Award, Houston Chapter AIA, 2007 (Christ Church Cathedral)

Design Award, Austin Chapter AIA, 2007 (Christ Church Cathedral)

Design Award, Texas Society of Architects, 2007 (Christ Church Cathedral)

Landmark Award, Houston Business Journal, 2007 (Christ Church Cathedral)

Design Award, Austin Chapter AIA, 2007 (OSU Alumni Center)

Design Excellence Award, Texas/Oklahoma Chapter IIDA, 2007 (Loft Interior)

Excellence in Construction Award, Texas Association of Building Contractors, 2006 (Prothro House)

Garden Design Residential Award of Honor, American Society of Landscape Architects, 2006 (Prothro House, garden design done in collaboration with Mary Ellen Cowan)

Tucker Award, Building Stone Institute, 2006 (Prothro House)

Design Award, Austin Chapter AIA, 2006 (Loft Interior)

Crystal Achievement Award for Most Innovative Curtainwall, National Glass Association, 2006 (Austin Convention Center Expansion)

Honorable Mention, Texas Society of Architects Design Awards, 2005 (Prothro House)

Austin City Lofts selected as venue for AIA Austin Homes Tour Preview Event, September 29, 2005

National Design Award, Society of American Registered Architects, 2005 (Prothro House)

National Design Award, Society of American Registered Architects, 2005 (Seton Medical Center Expansion)

Design Award, Oklahoma AIA, 2005 (OSU Alumni Center)

“Architecture Design Winner,” Austin Commercial Real Estate Awards, 2005 (Austin City Lofts)

Design Award, Austin Chapter AIA, 2005 (Prothro House)

Design Award, Austin Chapter AIA, 2005 (Seton Medical Center Expansion)

Design Award, Austin Chapter AIA, 2004 (Austin City Lofts)

Won design competition for new U.S. Federal Courthouse in Alpine, Texas, in GSA Design Excellence Program, March 2004

Best New Construction Award, Texas Downtown Association, 2004 (Austin Convention Center Expansion)

National Design Award, Society of American Registered Architects, 2003 (Austin Convention Center Expansion)

Design Award, Downtown Austin Neighborhood Association, October 2003 (Austin City Lofts)

Design Award, Texas Society of Architects, 2003 (Austin Convention Center Expansion)

Design Award, Austin Chapter AIA, 2003 (Wabash Parking Garage)

Design Award, Austin Chapter AIA, 2003 (Austin Convention Center Expansion)

Firm selected as one of top 25 innovators in use of glass by Glass Magazine, April 2003

Gold Award (best resorts in the world), Conde Nast Magazine, 2003 (Rough Creek Lodge)

Excellence Award for Best Interiors Construction, CISCA, 2003 (Austin Convention Center Expansion)

National Design Award, Society of American Registered Architects, 2002 (Computer Sciences Corporation)

Associated Builders and Contractors Excellence in Construction Award, 2002 (Austin Convention Center Expansion)

Design Impact Award, Downtown Austin Alliance, 2002 (Computer Sciences Corporation)

Public Project Award, Downtown Austin Alliance, 2002 (Austin Convention Center Expansion)

Design Award, Austin Chapter AIA, 2002 (Computer Sciences Corporation)

Associated Builders and Contractors Excellence in Construction Award, 2001 (Computer Sciences Corporation)

Tucker Award, Building Stone Institute, 2001 (Austin Bergstrom International Airport)

Design Award, Austin Chapter AIA, 2001 (Austin Bergstrom International Airport)

“Best” Award 2001, Austin Business Journal (Computer Sciences Corporation Airport)

Design Award, Texas Society of Architects, 2000 (Austin Bergstrom International Airport)

Tucker Award, Building Stone Institute, 2000 (Rough Creek Lodge)

Design Award, Texas Society of Architects, 1999 (Rough Creek Lodge)

Design Award, Austin Chapter AIA, 1999 (The Terrace Offices)

Austin Commercial Real Estate Society, Best Public Project Award, 1999 (Austin Bergstrom International Airport)

First Award for Construction Excellence, Associated Builders and Contractors, National Competition, 1999 (Rough Creek Lodge)

National Design Award, Society of American Registered Architects, 1999 (Rough Creek Lodge)

National Design Award, Society of American Registered Architects, 1999 (The Terrace Offices)

National Design Award, Society of American Registered Architects, 1999 (Sulzer Orthopedics)

Best of 1998 Award, Texas Construction Magazine (Austin Bergstrom International Airport)

Design Award, Architectural Wood Institute, 1998 (Rough Creek Lodge)

First Award for Construction Excellence, Associated Builders and Contractors, North Texas Chapter, 1998 (Rough Creek Lodge)

Golden Key Award from Hospitality Design, 1998 (Rough Creek Lodge)

Design Award, Austin Chapter AIA, 1998 (Rough Creek Lodge)

Design Award, Traditional Homes, 1997 (Jones House)

BEST Award for Energy Efficiency, City of Austin Green Building Program, 1997 (Intermedic Orthopedics)

Austin Commercial Real Estate Society, Best Public Project Award, 1996 (Austin Convention Center)

Design Award, Austin Chapter AIA, 1996 (Jones House)

Design Award, Austin Chapter AIA, 1995 (Intermedics Orthopedics)

Fellow, American Institute of Architects, 1995

Design Award, Austin Chapter AIA, 1994 (Salado Town Hall)

Design Award, Austin Chapter AIA, 1994 (House for a Single Woman)

Associated General Contractors Building of the Year, 1992 (Austin Convention Center)

Design Award, Texas Society of Architects, 1992 (Austin Convention Center)

Design Award, Austin Chapter AIA, 1992 (Austin Convention Center)

Design Award, Austin Chapter AIA, 1992 (Houston Street Transit Project)

Austin Commercial Real Estate Society, Best Public Project Award, 1992 (Umlauf Sculpture Garden)

Selected by Architectural Digest as one of “AD 100”–listing of 100 foremost architects in the world, 1991

Austin Commercial Real Estate Society, Best Public Project Award, 1991 (Town Lake Improvements)

Design Award, Austin Chapter AIA, 1991 (Umlauf Sculpture Garden)

Design Award, Austin Chapter AIA, 1991 (Lakeside House)

Design Award, Austin Chapter AIA, 1990 (House on Sunny Slope)

Design Award, Austin Chapter AIA, 1990 (Ross House)

Design Award 1989, Texas Society of Architects (House on Sunny Slope)

Merit Award, Austin Chapter AIA, 1989 (Airy Mount)

Publication Graphics Award, Texas Architect Graphics Competition, 1989 (New Regionalism)

Design Award, American Society of Landscape Architects, Texas Chapter, 1989 (Town Lake Comprehensive Plan)

Design Award, American Society of Landscape Architects, 1989 (Town Lake Comprehensive Plan)

Design Award, Texas Society of Architects, 1988 (Matthews House)

Design Award, Austin Chapter AIA, 1987 (Lake Travis Library)

Design Award, Austin Chapter AIA, 1987 (Lemann-Browning House)

Award of Merit from American Association of Museums for design of New Regionalism, 1987

Design Award, Texas Society of Architects, 1986 (Tuscany Apartments)

Design Award, Texas Society of Architects, 1986 (Lake Travis Library)

Design Award, Austin Chapter AIA, 1986 (Matthews House)

Design Award, Austin Chapter AIA, 1986 (Tuscany Apartments)

Energy Award, Texas Society of Architects, 1986 (Cable Library)

Selected as one of eight “Emerging Voices” in American Architecture by Architectural League of New York, 1985

Award of Distinction from American Association of Museums for design of Architecture for the Emerging American City (with William Hewson), 1985

Gold Circle Trophy from American Society of Association Executives for “Impressions” article in Texas Architect, 1984

Merit Award from International Association of Business Communicators for “Impressions” article in Texas Architect, 1984

“Best of Austin” award from Austin Chapter of IABC for “Impressions” article in Texas Architect, 1984

Winner, Austin Municipal Complex Design Competition, 1984

Design Award, Austin Chapter AIA, 1984 (Cable Library)

Owens/Corning Fiberglas Energy Conservation Award, November 1983 (Burnet Town Center)

Citation, Architectural Delineations Competition, Austin Chapter AIA, April 1983

Citation, Progressive Architecture Design Awards Program, January 1982 (Burnet Town Center)

Design Competition for Elderly Housing Award, Fitchburg, Massachusetts, 1975

Membership in Professional and Scholarly Organizations

Texas Society of Architects

American Institute of Architects

Society of Architectural Historians

Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture

Phi Kappa Phi National Honorary Society

Publications

“A Higher Education,” Architect, November 2008, pp. 16, 84-85.

“Houston’s New Park: Discovery Green” Urban Land, October, 2008, pp. 87-9 (with Mary Margaret Jones).

“An Architect Asks: Should Colleges Erect ‘Buildings of Our Time,’” Chronicle of Higher Education, June 20, 2008.

“Campus Architecture and Planning at The University of Texas” in Emergent Urbanism, The University of Texas School of Architecture, 2008, pp. 44-7.

“Seeing is Believing,” Tribeza, October 2007, pp. 60-61.

Speck, Lawrence W., Technology, Sustainability, and Cultural Identity, Edizioni Press, New York, 2007.

“Regionalism and Invention,” in Architectural Regionalism: Collected Writings on Identity, Modernity, and Place, Vincent Cannizaro, ed., Princeton Architectural Press, New York, 2007.

“Campus Architecture: The Heroic Decades” in The Texas Book by Richard Holland, University of Texas Press, 2006.

“Vernacular Modernism in Contemporary Architecture” in Maiken Umbach and Bernd Huppauf, Vernacular Modernism, University of Manchester, 2005.

“San Antonio’s Legacy of Invention,” Vignette, San Antonio AIA, November 2005.

“Austin Convention Center District,” Urban Land, July 2005.

“Alterstudio,” essay in exhibition catalogue for traveling show at The University of Texas at Austin,, Texas A&M, and Tulane University, 2005.

“Edward Larabee Barnes” in Dallas Museum of Art, 100 Years, Dallas Museum of Art, 2003, pp. 49a-49f.

“Perspective,” Tribeza, October 2003, pp. 128-129.

“Campuses,” Texas Architect, September/October, 2002, pp. 26-7.

“Elevated Study,” Architecture, November 2002, pp. 64-67.

“Skins: Where Design and Technology Meet,” Proceedings, ACSA Technology Conference, 2001, ACSA Press, Washington, D.C., 2001.

“Fort Worth Connections,” Urban Land, March 2002, p. 56-60.

“Cool Jazz,” Architecture, September 2001, pp. 128-135.

“The University of Texas: Vision and Ambition” in Cass Gilbert: Life and Work edited by Barbara S. Christen and Steven Flanders.

“A Broader View of Sustainability” in Proceedings of seminar “Sustainability,” PES International, Nagoya, 2002.

“Dwellings and Outgoings,” Toward Making Places, Spring/Summer 2001, p. 3.

‘TAFT Architects, Williams House and Studio,” Architecture, May 2001, pp. 140-145.

“Life Spaces,” Tribeza, March/April 2001, pp. 12-14.

“Stately and Sustainable,” Texas Architect, May/June 2001, p. 30-34.

“Robert C. Byrd United States Courthouse and Federal Building,” Architecture, January 2001, pp. 102-109.

“Exploration Place Science Center and Children’s Museum,” Architecture, November 2000, pp. 98-105.

“Stately and Sustainable,” Texas Architect, May/June 2001, pp. 30-34.

“At the University of Texas, A Lost Opportunity for Exceptional Architecture,” The Chronicle of Higher Education, June 9, 2000.

“Back to School,” Architecture, January 2000, pp. 39-42.

“Becky’s Birthday,” Architecture, January 2000, pp. 90-95.

“Concept and Design,” D Magazine, May 1998, pp. 18-24.

“A Sense of Place,” D Magazine, January 1998.

“Gunfight at the Circle T Ranch,” D Magazine, October 1997.

“Pick a Skyline: Houston or Jakarta,” Alcalde, January/February 1997, p. 24.

“Architecture and Civil Engineering,” Science and the Future, Encyclopedia Britannica Inc., 1996, pp. 272-276.

“William Wayne Caudill,” Dictionary of Art, Jane Turner, editor, Macmillan Publishers Limited, London, 1996.

“Harwell Hamilton Harris,” Dictionary of Art, Jane Turner, editor, Macmillan Publishers Limited, London, 1996.

“Paolo Soleri,” Dictionary of Art, Jane Turner, editor, Macmillan Publishers Limited, London, 1996.

“Writing and the Architect,” Writing and the Architect, James Asbel and Michael Swisher, editors, University of North Carolina, Charlotte, N.C., 1992.

“Style Wars in the Final Decade,” CENTER, 1992, pp. 111-121.

“William Turnbull, Jr.: A Regionalist Perspective” in William Turnbull, Jr., Jack Sawyer, editor, The Contemporary Arts Center, Cincinnati, Ohio, 1992, pp. 18-23.

“Building the American City: San Antonio,” PBS video documentary funded by National Endowment for the Humanities, writer and narrator, 1991.

Architecture vs. Planning: Collision and Collaboration in the Design of American Cities, co-editor (with Terry Kahn), Rizzoli International, New York, 1990.

“The Shaping of Things to Come,” Omni, October 1989, pp. 86-95.

“The Individual and the City,” CENTER, 1989, pp. 105-116.

Modernist Visions and the Contemporary American City, co-editor (with Anthony Alofsin), Rizzoli International, New York, 1989.

“American Academy of Arts and Sciences,” CENTER, 1988, pp. 100-103.

“Notes on Buildings and Reality Symposium,” CENTER, 1988, pp. 122-125.

New Regionalism, co-editor (with Wayne Attoe), Rizzoli International, New York, 1987.

“Regionalism and Invention,” CENTER, 1987, pp. 8-19.

“Texas Architecture: The State of the Art,” Texas Architect, January/February 1987, pp. 30-38.

“Meaning in Architecture: Counterpoint,” Texas Architect, September/October 1986, pp. 44.

“Fair Park, Dallas,” CENTER, 1986, pp. 25-28.

Landmarks of Texas Architecture, University of Texas Press, Austin, 1986.

“A Diverse Culture, Memorable Places,” Architecture, March 1986, pp. 44-55.

“Object and Landscape,” Oz, Vol. 8, 1986, pp. 10-15.

“The Southwest,” in Stern, Robert A. M., et al., American Architecture: Innovation and Tradition, Rizzoli International, New York, 1986, pp. 260ff.

“Timeliness and Timelessness,” CENTER, 1986, pp. 115-120.

Architecture for the Emerging American City, editor, Rizzoli International, New York, 1985.

“The Inventive ‘50s,” Texas Architect, July/August 1985, pp. 38-45.

“The Hut, The Temple and the Tower: Toward an American Urbanism,” CENTER, 1985, pp. 6-25.

Book Review of Home Sweet Home by Charles W. Moore, Kathryn Smith and Peter Becker in Texas Architect, July/August 1984.

“O’Neil Ford,” Discovery, Summer 1984, pp. 4-7.

“Impressions,” Texas Architect, November/December 1983, special 16-page signature reviewing prominent Texas buildings.

“O’Neil Ford’s Caring Campus,” Architecture, September 1983, pp. 58-61.

“Church of Reconciliation,” Texas Architect, July/August 1983, pp. 40-41.

“Event to Inaugurate the Center for the Study of American Architecture,” CITE, Spring 1983, p. 5.

“TSA Headquarters,” Texas Architect, January/February, 1983, pp. 56-59.

“Evaluation: The Kimbell Museum,” AIA Journal, August, 1982, pp. 36-43.

“On Continuity,” Texas Architect, September/October, 1982, pp. 46-50.

“A Method for Incorporating Values into Design Instruction,” in Comerio, Mary C. and Chusid, Jeffrey M., eds., Teaching Architecture, Washington, D.C.: ACSA Inc., 1982, pp.

“Regional Dialects: A Comparison of Indigenous Architecture in Texas and Australia” in Meunier, John ed., Language in Architecture, Washington, D.C.: ACSA Inc., 1981, pp. 235-248.

“Mainstream is Almost All Wrong,” Journal of Architectural Education, Fall 1980, pp. 20-21.

“Rediscovering Harwell Hamilton Harris,” Texas Architect, March/April, 1980, pp. 36-42 (co-authored with Paul Lamb).

“Architecture in Australia: A Texas Counterpart,” Texas Architect, May/June, 1979, pp. 28-33.

“History and Design: Where to Next?” Architecture Australia, May 1979, pp. 51-53.

“Aalto at Baker House: Toward a Post-Modern Architecture,” L’Architecture d’Aujourd’hui, Summer, 1977, pp. 114-118, 125.

“Toward an Analysis of Dwelling Claim,” Journal of Architectural Education, November, 1975, pp. 6-9.

M.I.T.–Grunsfeld Program in Urban Form Analysis, Progress Report, November 1973-October 1974. Written with Stanford Anderson and Lajos Heder, 118 pages, illustrated, distributed in limited quantity by M.I.T. Laboratory for Architecture and Planning, 1974.

A Program Directive: New Student Housing for M.I.T. Report to Vice-President for Operations, M.I.T., September, 1973. 100 pages. (Document served as basis for program of a 300 student dormitory complex designed by Sert/Jackson Associates, Cambridge, Massachusetts; construction completed September 1975).

M.I.T.–Grunsfeld Program in Urban Form Analysis, Progress Report, November 1971-October 1972. Written with Stanford Anderson, 35 pages, distributed in limited quantity by M.I.T. Laboratory for Architecture and Planning, 1972.

Publication of Professional Work

“Neighbor,” Texas Architect, July/August 2009, p. 31, 78 (Prothro House).

“AIA Austin Awards 15 Projects,” Texas Architect, July/August 2009, p. 17 (Discovery Green Park).

“Face to Face with the City,” Tasarim (Turkey), May 2009, pp. 108-11 (Austin City Lofts).

“GSA Design Awards,” Correctional News, May/June 2009, pp. 28-30 (U.S. Federal Courthouse, Alpine).

“A Texas Contemporary,” Architectural Digest, May 2009, p. 58 (Prothro House).

“U.S. Courthouse,” Justice Facilities Review, 2008, pp. 18-19 (U.S. Federal Courthouse, Alpine).

“Sustainability,” World Architecture News website, July 2009 (Discovery Green Park).

“A World of Discovery,” World Architecture News website, July 2009 (Discovery Green Park).

“Art in the Park,” Texas Architect, May/June 2009, pp. 44-9 (Discovery Green Park).

“AIA Houston Recognizes 12 Projects,” Texas Architect, May/June 2009, p. 18 (The Grove Restaurant).

“View From Above,” Contract, April 2009, cover, pp. 42-5 (The Grove Restaurant).

“More than an Apartment,” Tasarim (Turkey), April 2009, pp. 100-105 (AMLI Residential Tower).

“The Grove in Discovery Green,” Architect, March 2009, pp. 71-5 (The Grove Restaurant).

“The Grove at Discovery Green,” Architectural Record website, February 2009 (The Grove Restaurant).

“Into the World,” Hospitality Design, December 2008, pp. 126-9 (The Grove Restaurant).

“Regulating High Performance Design,” Texas Architect, November/December 2008, p. 5 (Robert E Johnson Building).

“Unwrap the Magic,” Southern Living, October 2008 (Discovery Green Park).

“Newsmaker: Lawrence W. Speck,” article by William Hanley on Architectural Record website, November 2008 (Christ Church Cathedral).

“The Perfect City Park,” Southern Living, October 2008 (Discovery Green Park).

“Houston’s Downtown Transformed,” Urban Land, October 2008, pp. 82-9 (Discovery Green Park).

“A Sparkling Oasis in Downtown Houston,” Imported Wood, 2008, pp. 28-32 (Discovery Green Park).

“U.S. Courthouse,” Texas Architect, September/October 2008, pp. 98-101 (U.S. Federal Courthouse, Alpine).

“Seton Medical Center,” Texas Architect, September/October 2008, pp. 90-93 (Seton Medical Center).

“AMLI II,” Texas Architect, September/October 2008, pp. 42-5 (AMLI Residential Tower).

“Remember the Alpine,” Contract, September 2008, pp. 86-9 (U.S. Federal Courthouse, Alpine).

“Metro,” Metropolitan Home, September 2008, p. 56 (The Grove Restaurant).

“Park Building,” CITE, Winter 2008, p. 35 (Discovery Green Park).

“Discovery Green,” CITE Summer 2008, pp. 10.11 (Discovery Green Park).

“Building for Community,” CITE, Summer 2008, pp. 12-13 (Christ Church Cathedral).

“AIA Austin Awards Seven Projects,” Texas Architect, July/August 2008, p. 18 (U.S. Federal Courthouse, Alpine, Texas).

“Urban Aerie on 2nd Street,” Texas Architect, March/April 2008, pp. 38-43 + cover (AMLI Residential Tower).

“Critical Issues,” Archi-Tech, March 2008, pp. 48-51 (Interview).

Speck, Lawrence W., Technology, Sustainability, and Cultural Identity, Edizioni Press, New York, 2007.

“2007 Religious Architecture Award,” Faith and Form, Winter 2007, p. 8 (Christ Church Cathedral).

“IIDA Awards Five Interiors Projects,” Texas Architect, November/December 2007, p. 11 (Loft Interior).

“Christ Church,” Texas Architect, September/October 2007, pp. 40-43 (Christ Church Cathedral).

“Site Specific,” Tribeza, September/October 2007, pp. 42-52 (Prothro House).

“Architectural Showcase,” Healthcare Design, September 2007, pp. 156-7. (Chickasaw Health Center).

“AIA Austin Awards,” Texas Architect, July/August 2007, p. 15 (Christ Church Cathedral).

“AIA Houston Awards,” Texas Architect, May/June 2007, p. 19 (Christ Church Cathedral).

“Bishop and Homeless Share a Mixed-Use Center in Downtown Houston,” Architectural Record, May 2007, p. 104 (Christ Church Cathedral).

“Future Tense: Architecture in Texas,” Architectural Record, May 2007, pp. 100-110 (Discovery Green).

“The GSA Man,” Architect, February 2007, p. 57 (FBI).

“Work Begins on Discovery Green at Prime Downtown Houston Site,” Texas Architect, January/February 2007, p. 8.

“Austin City Lofts,” Building Design and Construction, January 2007, p. 65.

“Park Building,” CITE, Winter 2006, p. 35 (Discovery Green Park).

“Past Made Perfect,” Architectural Digest, November 2006, pp. 254-60 (Prothro House).

“How Transportation Shapes America,” Dwell, November 2006, pp. 190-208 (Austin Airport).

“Supernatural,” Garden Design, October/November 2006, pp. 76-77 (Prothro House—garden design with Mary Ellen Cowan).

“Raising Spirits,” Texas Construction, October 2006, pp. 57-58 (Christ Church Cathedral).

“Austin City Lofts,” Texas Architect, September/October 2006, pp. 34-35.

“Prothro House Addition and Remodel,” Building Stone Magazine, Fall 2006, pp. 52-54.

“New Trends in Walls and Ceilings,” Texas Architect, July/August 2006, p. 49 (FBI).

“FBI Field Office,” Texas Construction, June 2006, p. 35 (FBI).

“Ten Modern Models,” Multifamily Trends, May/June 2006, pp. 52-57 (Austin City Lofts).

“Selected Works of PSP/Lawrence W. Speck,” Community Design (China), May 2006, pp. 88-99 (Austin City Lofts, Prothro House, Rough Creek Lodge).

“Spotlight: Houston FBI Office to be Green,” AIArchitect, May 12, 2006 (FBI).

“Federal Building,” Contract, May 2006, p. 41 (FBI).

“Seton Medical Center,” Glass Magazine, October 2005, p. 37 (Seton Medical Center).

“Honorable Mention,” Texas Architecture, September/October 2005, pp. 72-73 (Prothro House).

“TSA Announces 2005 Honor Awards,” Texas Architecture, September/October 2005, pp. 18-19.

“Architectural Showcase,” Healthcare Design, September 2005, pp. 238-39 (Seton Medical Center).

“AIA Austin Awards 8 Projects,” Texas Architect, May/June 2005, p. 10 (Seton Medical Center and Prothro House).

“Living Aloft,” Texas Architect, May/June 2005, pp. 28-31 (Austin City Lofts).

“Austin Convention Center,” Architectural Record, March 2005, pp. 204-206 (Austin Convention Center).

“Collections,” Brilliant, March 2005 (Loft Interior).

“Libraries,” Custom Home, November/December 2004, pp. 42-44 (Lehmann Library).

Frederick Steiner, “What Architects Say,” Landscape Architecture, October 2004, pp. 142-157.

“Rough Creek Lodge,” Sporting Spaces, Images Publishing, Melbourne, Australia, 2004, pp. 110-5 (Rough Creek Lodge).

“In Defense of the Model,” Texas Architects, September/October 2004, p. 18 (Austin Convention Center).

“Austin City Lofts,” Professional Builder, August 2004, (cover) pp. 20-22 (Austin City Lofts).

“Lawrence W. Speck for Page Southerland Page: Austin Convention Center Expansion,” OFX, June 2004, pp. 126-135.

“Sweet Surrender,” Tribeza, May 2004, pp. 60-72 (Concrete House).

“Lawrence W. Speck of Page Southerland Page,” in 1000 Architects, Image Publishing, Australia, 2004.

“Conventional Wisdom,” Texas Architect, September/October 2003, pp. 32-5 (Austin Convention Center).

“Austin Convention Center,” Social Spaces, Images Publishing, Melbourne, Australia, 2003, pp. 38-41 (Austin Convention Center).

“AIA Austin Awards 12 Projects,” Texas Architect, July/August 2003, p. 16 (Wabash Parking Garage, Austin Convention Center Expansion).

“Vision Panels,” Architecture, June 2003, pp. 67-70 (Austin Convention Center Expansion).

“Southern Exposure,” Modern Steel Construction, May 2003, pp. 43-48 (Austin Convention Center Expansion).

“Urban Fabric,” CONTRACT, May 2003, pp. 138-142 (Computer Sciences Corporation).

“It’s Not Easy Going Green,” Facilities Design and Management, February 2003, pp. 28-31 (Austin Convention Center Expansion).

“More Cityscape than Building,” Texas Architect, January/February 2003, pp. 56-61 (Austin Convention Center Expansion).

Interior Spaces of the USA and Canada, Images Publishing, Melbourne, 2002, pp. 166-9 (Austin Bergstrom International Airport).

Heimsath, Clovis, Geometry in Architecture, The University of Texas Press, Austin, 2002, pp. 22, 60, 84, 87, 110, 116, 124. (Cable Library, House on Sunny Slope, Umlauf Sculpture Garden, Matthews Ranch House, Rough Creek Lodge).

Office Spaces, Images Publishing, Melbourne, 2002, pp. 44-5 (Computer Sciences Corporation).

“High Tech Cloister,” Texas Architect, November/December 2002, pp. 26-29 (Computer Sciences Corporation).

“Computer Sciences Corporation,” Architectural Record, June 2002, pp. 106-109 (Computer Sciences Corporation).

“Corporate Architecture Done Right,” feature story, Austin American-Statesman, April 19, 2002 (Computer Sciences Corporation).

“From Dean to Principal,” feature story, Austin Business Journal, January 11-17, 2002.

Sporting Spaces, Images Publishing, Melbourne, 2002 (Rough Creek Lodge).

“Quintessential Texas,” Building Design and Construction, September 2001 (Austin Bergstrom International Airport).

“AIA Austin Honors,” Texas Architect, July/August 2001, pp. 20-21 (Austin Bergstrom International Airport).

“An Airport That Says Austin,” feature story, Austin American-Statesman, June 21, 2001, E6-7 (Austin Bergstrom International Airport).

“Stately and Sustainable,” Texas Architect, May/June 2001, pp. 30-34 (Robert E. Johnson State Office Building).

“Barbara Jordan Passenger Terminal Complex,” Stone Magazine, April/May/June 2001, pp. 22-25 (Austin Bergstrom International Airport).

“Lawrence W. Speck, FAIA,” Stone, May 2001, pp. 42-49 (Austin Bergstrom International Airport, Robert E. Johnson State Office Building).

“Airport 2000,” Texas Monthly, November 2000, pp. 127-131 (Austin Bergstrom International Airport).

“Open to Travel,” Texas Architect, September/October 2000, p. 50-51 (Austin Bergstrom International Airport).

“The Sky’s the Limit,” Architectural Record, July 2000, pp. 147-9 (Austin Bergstrom International Airport).

“Collaboration by Design,” Texas Architect, November/December 1999, pp. 46-49 (Austin Bergstrom International Airport).

“Turn of the Century,” Texas Architect, November/December 1999, pp. 34-37 (Austin Bergstrom International Airport).

“Art Underfoot,” Texas Architect, November/December 1999, pp. 28-9 (Austin Bergstrom International Airport).

“Inside/Outside,” Texas Architect, September/October 1999, pp. 48-9 (Rough Creek Lodge).

“Rough Creek Lodge,” Fortune, September 1999, pp. 324-6 (Rough Creek Lodge).

“The Winning Five,” Texas Architect, July/August 1999, p. 17 (The Terrace Offices).

“Rustic Retreat,” Texas Architect, July/August 1999, pp. 38-41 (Rough Creek Lodge).

“A Greater Whole,” Texas Architect, January/February 1999, pp. 38-41.

“Rough Creek Lodge,” Hospitality Design, November/December 1998, pp. 108-9.

“Sustainable Models,” Texas Architect, November/December 1998, pp. 32-37 (Robert E. Johnson State Office Building).

“Austin Honors Six,” Texas Architect, November/December 1998, p. 18 (Rough Creek Lodge).

“Citizen Architect,” feature story, Austin American-Statesman, October 28, 1998, K-1, 3.

“Lone Star Lodge,” Architecture, July 1998, pp. 76-81 (Rough Creek Lodge).

“Duo Dynamics,” Traditional Home, May 1998, pp. 174-181 (Jones House).

“Building a Culture,” Texas Architect, March/April 1998, pp. 3, 40-41 (Intermedic Orthopedics).

“Profile: Lawrence W. Speck,” 17-minute feature on Austin at Issue, KLRU, January 29, 1998. (Austin Bergstrom International Airport, Jones House, Austin Convention Center)

Goff, Lee, Stone Built: Contemporary American Houses, The Monacelli Press, New York, 1997, pp. 68-79 (House on Sunny Slope, Cable Library).

“Beautiful Simplicity,” Interiors and Sources, March 1997, pp. 70-75.

“Lawrence W. Speck,” Projecto (Brazil), 1995.

“At Home in Rural Texas,” Progressive Architecture, August 1994, p. 23 (Salado Town Hall).

Webb, Michael, Architects House Themselves: Breaking New Ground, The Preservation Press, Washington, D.C., 1994, pp. 102-105 (House on Sunny Slope).

“Military Base Conversions,” Architecture, August 1994, pp. 99-105 (New Austin Airport Terminal).

Article on Town Lake Comprehensive Plan, Nikkei Construction (Japan), July/August 1994, pp. 55-62.

“Beginning to Fill in the Puzzle,” Texas Architect, July/August 1994, pp. 36-42 (New Austin Airport Terminal).

The See-Through Years, by Joel Barna, Rice University Press, Houston, Texas, 1992 (House on Sunny Slope).

“Breaking the Box,” Texas Architect, November/December 1992, pp. 46-47 (Austin Convention Center).

“Austin Eight Winners Named,” Texas Architect, November/December 1992, p. 32. (Austin Convention Center, Houston Street Transit Project).

“Big, Small and Good All Over,” CITE, Fall 1992, pp. 8-9 (Austin Convention Center).

“Convention Community,” Progressive Architecture, October 1992, pp. 104-109 (Austin Convention Center).

“Regionalist Power,” Architecture, October 1992, pp. 76-83 (Austin Convention Center).

“Squeeze Play,” CITE, Spring 1992, pp. 16-21, 32 (Rangers’ Ballpark).

“Lone Star,” Architectural Record, February 1992, pp. 84-93 (House on Sunny Slope).

“Arlington’s Field of Dreams,” Texas Architect, November/December 1991, pp. 46-49 (Rangers’ Ballpark).

“Jurors Honor Projects,” Texas Architect, November/December 1991, pp. 22-24 (Umlauf Sculpture Garden, Lakeside House).

“Cool Details,” Fine Homebuilding, November 1991, pp. 61-65 (House on Sunny Slope).

“Lawrence W. Speck,” AD 100 (special issue of Architectural Digest), August 1991, pp. 240-242 (Tapp Ranch House).

“House in Texas,” World Residential Design (Japan), July 1991 (House on Sunny Slope).

“Urban Sparks in D.C.,” Architecture, June 1991, pp. 42-43 (Texas Botanical Gardens).

“Rebuilding Texas,” Architecture, February 1991, p. 38 (Austin Convention Center).

“Centre Planned as Civic Generator,” Texas Architect, November/December 1990, p. 67 (Austin Convention Center).

“Wohnhaus in Austin,” Baumeister (Germany), November 1990, pp. 58-61 (House on Sunny Slope).

“Lawrence W. Speck, Reshaping the Texas Ranch House,” Architectural Digest, September 1990, pp. 98-99 (Tapp Ranch House).

“Design: At Home in the Texas Sun,” The Atlantic, March 1990, pp. 98-102 (House on Sunny Slope).

“Shelf Life,” Domain, March 1990, pp. 30-37 (Lehmann Library).

“House on Sunny Slope,” Texas Architect, January/February 1990, cover and p. 27.

“Building Blocks,” Domain, January/February 1990, p. 44 (House on Sunny Slope).

“Town Lake,” Landscape Architecture, November 1989, p. 96 (Town Lake Comprehensive Plan).

“Publication Graphics Award,” Texas Architect, March/April 1989, p. 28 (New Regionalism).

“Matthews Ranch House,” Texas Architect, November/December 1988 (Matthews Ranch House).

“Lawrence W. Speck,” Ottagono (Italy), September 1988 (four projects).

“In the Mind’s Eye: The Power of Promise,” Metropolitan Home, September 1988, p. 62 (Lakeside House).

“Two in Texas,” Architectural Review (London), May 1988, pp. 70-73 (Ranch House, Wimberley).

“Privatbibliothek am Lake Travis,” Baumeister (Germany), August 1987, pp. 48-49 (Lake Travis Library).

Langdon, Philip, American Houses, Stewart, Tabori & Chang, New York, 1987, cover, p. 128, pp. 200-204 (Matthews House and Cable Library).

“Architectural Views,” Austin Homes and Gardens, May 1987, pp. 25-9 (Private Residence, Rollingwood).

“Texas Architecture: The State of the Art,” Texas Architect, January/February 1987, p. 37 (Lehmann Library).

“Energy Awards Program Honors Six Projects,” Texas Architect, January/February 1987, p. 51 (Cable Library).

“Gonzales Civic Center,” CENTER, 1987, pp. 70-71 (Gonzales Civic Center).

“Library Zinger,” Texas Architect, November/December 1986, p. 64, p. 38 (Lehmann Library).

“Tuscany Apartments,” Texas Architect, November/December 1986, p. 65 (Tuscany Apartments).

“Lawrence W. Speck,” Emerging Voices: A New Generation of Architects in America, Princeton University Press, 1986, pp. 94-95 (Tapp Ranch House, Cable Library, Friendswood City Hall).

“Meaning in Architecture: Counterpoint,” Texas Architect, September/October 1986, pp. 44-49 (Private Residence, Rollingwood, Lehmann Library).

“Austin Chapter Honors Seven Projects,” Texas Architect, September/October 1986, pp. 58-59 (Matthews Ranch House, Tuscany Apartments).

“Texas Commentaries,” Progressive Architecture, July 1986, cover and pp. 87-93 (Tuscany Apartments, Matthews House).

“Lease and Good Will,” Texas Homes, May 1986, pp. 25-27 (Tuscany Apartments).

“Literature Helped Design This Library,” Southern Living, May 1986, p. 190 (Cable Library).

“Winners Rise,” Progressive Architecture, January 1986, pp. 140-149 (Burnet Town Center).

“Lawrence W. Speck Associates,” Austin: Its Architects and Architecture (1836-1986). Austin Chapter AIA, 1986.

“Object and Landscape,” Oz, Vol. 8, 1986, pp. 10-15 (3 projects featured).

“Friendswood City Hall,” CENTER, 1986, pp. 23-24.

“Three Projects, Austin and Gonzales; Lawrence Speck and Associates,” Texas Architect, May/June 1985, p. 94.

“The Tuscany,” Center, 1985, pp. 100-101.

“Austin Chapter Announces Design Competition Winners,” Texas Architect, September/October 1984, pp. 78-9.

“An Ideas Competition for Austin,” Progressive Architecture, August 1984, p. 24.

“Winners Announced in Austin City Hall Competition,” Texas Architect, May/June 1984, pp. 24-26.

“Austin,” Texas Homes, May 1984, p. 96-99.

“Austin Firm Wins Governmental Design Award,” Builder Insider, April 1984, pp. 1, 12, 17.

“Two Texas Firms Win Owens-Corning Energy Conservation Awards,” Texas Architect, January/February 1984, pp. 31-66.

“Design Awards/Competitions: Owens Corning Fiberglas Energy Conservation Awards,” Architectural Record, January 1984, pp. 58-59, see also pp. 19-22.

“Conservation Comes of Age: The OCF Awards,” Progressive Architecture, January 1984, pp. 26-27, 51-54.

“Six Buildings Recognized for Energy Conservation,” Architecture, January 1984, pp. 16, 20-21, 41-44.

“Regional Styles Are Entering the Architectural Mainstream,” The New York Times, Thursday, September 22, 1983, pp. C1,6.

“UT Prof Brings High Style to the Hill Country,” Alcalde, July/August 1982, p. 31.

“Lawrence Speck Wins P/A Design Citation for Burnet Civic Center,” Texas Architect, March/April 1982, p. 29.

“Burnet’s Milestone,” Texas Monthly, February 1982, pp. 144-149.

“Architectural Design Citation, Lawrence W. Speck,” Progressive Architecture, January 1982, p. 148-149.

“Bailey Estate,” Architectural Design, November/December 1981, p. 93.

Papers, Lectures, Conferences, Exhibits and Juries

“Public Spaces on Private Land,” Summit on Great Public Spaces, Austin, June 25, 2009.

“GSA Design Excellence Program,” National AIA Convention, San Francisco, May 1, 2009.

“Recent Work,” School of Architecture, University of Idaho, April 11, 2009.

“Teaching a Signature Course,” School of Undergraduate Studies, The University of Texas at Austin, March 27, 2009.

Juror, Great Places Design Awards, February 27-28, 2008.

“Transforming Austin: Past, Present and Future,” LAMP, Austin, February 12, 2009.

“Meeting of the Minds,” Plan II Support Group, Dallas, February 8, 2009.

“Discovery Green” presentation and tour to Austin civic leaders, organized by Council Member Sheryl Cole, February 6, 2009.

“Architecture and Society,” Texas Philosophical Society, December 6, 2008.

“Building Skins,” Datum Engineering, Austin, November 7, 2008.

“Downtown Austin,” National Endowment for the Arts Program, November 6, 2008.

Juror, AIA San Antonio Design Awards, November 5, 2008.

“Recent Work,” University of Texas at San Antonio, November 4, 2008.

Moderator, Panel of Llewellyn Pitts Award Winners, Texas Society of Architect Convention, October 25, 2008.

Juror, AIA Fort Worth Design Awards, Fort Worth, October 14, 2008.

“Recent Work,” Fort Worth Modern Art Museum, October 14, 2008.

“Leadership and Everyday Life,” Alpha Rho Chi National Leadership Conference, Austin, October 4, 2008.

“Building Skins,” School of Architecture, Lecture Series, The University of Texas at Austin, September 22, 2008.

“Modern Regionalism,” Art Museum, University of Texas at El Paso, September 19, 2008.

“Building Skins,” Solomon Cardwell Buenz, Chicago, July 15, 2008.

Juror, AIA Tucson Design Awards Program, July 14, 2008.

“Normal Bel Geddes,” Society of Environmental Graphic Design, National Conference, Austin, May 28, 2008.

“Working in the Federal Government’s Design Excellence Program,” National AIA Convention, Boston, May 16, 2008.

Lecture and tour of AMLI Residential for Urban Development Society, April 10, 2008.

Lecture and tour of AMLI Residential for Congress of New Urbanism Convention, April 5, 2008.

“Normal Bel Geddes,” Austin Chapter IIDA, March 22, 2008.

“Webster’s Fourth Definition of Architecture,” Center Forum, March 21, 2008.

Lecture and tour of Austin City Lofts for TSA Convention, October 21, 2007.

Lecture and tour of AMLI Residential for TSA Convention, October 19, 2007.

“Normal Bel Geddes,” Industrial Designers Society of America, National Conference, San Francisco, October 17, 2007.

“On Light and Air,” Health Facilities Institute, National Conference, October 16, 2007.

“Building Skins,” Leadership Summit on Sustainable Design, October 15, 2007.

“Measuring Career Success in Architecture,” Alpha Rho Chi, University of Texas Austin, September 18, 2007.

Jury, National Design Competition for Border Connections, El Paso, August 9, 2007.

“Building Skins: Where Design and Technology Meet,” Corning Glass, Corning, New York, July 18, 2007.

“Austin Downtown Revitalization,” talk and tour as part of National AIA Convention, San Antonio, May 5, 2007.

“GSA Design Excellence Program,” talk sponsored by AIA at National AIA Convention, San Antonio, May 4, 2007.

“Why We Should Care about Architecture and the City,” Austin Center for Architecture inaugural lecture, April 21, 2007.

Participant in “Table of Contents” program at SMU, April 14, 2007.

Tour of Christ Church Cathedral for Houston Young Architects Forum, April 4, 2007.

“UT Campus Architecture 1910-1950,” lecture for University of Texas Odyssey Program, April 4, 2007.

“Recent Work,” College of Architecture, University of Houston, February 6, 2007.

Moderator, “Deanspeak,” TSA Convention, Dallas, November 4, 2006.

Presentation on The Texas Book, Texas Book Festival, October 28, 2006.

Member, Design Awards Jury, New England AIA, Newport, Rhode Island, September 24, 2006.

“New Design in Context,” talk given at annual conference of New England AIA, Newport, Rhode Island, September 23, 2006.

“Norman Bel Geddes,” talk given at annual meeting of Industrial Design Society of America, Austin, September 19, 2006.

“Building for the 1936 Texas Centennial,” Festival Hill Symposium, Round Top, Texas, September 16, 2006.

“Architecture and Society,” University of Texas Honors Colloquium, July 28, 2006.

Juror, Architect Selection Process for new FBI Regional Headquarters in Los Angeles, San Francisco, July 24-25, 2006.

Juror, AIA New England Design Awards Program, Newport, Rhode Island, July 15-16, 2006.

“Federal Design Excellence Program,” National AIA Convention, Los Angles, June 10, 2006.

“Santiago Calatrava: Technology as a Source of Beauty,” Nasher Sculpture Center, Dallas, May 27, 2006.

“Books and Buildings,” symposium on Technology, Sustainability and Cultural Identity, March 26, 2006.

Subject of feature in KLRU-TV series, “Downtown,” which aired various times, 2005.

“San Antonio’s Legacy of Innovation,” San Antonio AIA, November 28, 2005.

“The Importance of Light and Air in Healing Environments,” Healthcare Design Conference, Scottsdale, Arizona, November 17, 2005.

“Technology as a Source of Beauty,” College of Architecture, Lawrence Tech, Detroit, November 17, 2005.

“LecTOUR—Austin City Lofts,” AIAS, The University of Texas, October 10 and 15, 2005.

“Effects of Sustainable Design on American Lifestyles,” Tejas Club, The University of Texas, October 6, 2005.

“Measuring Career Success,” Center Forum, The University of Texas at Austin, September 23, 2005.

“Measuring Career Success,” Texas Society of Architects Convention, San Antonio, September 16, 2005.

“Demystifying the Fellowship,” presentation at National AIA Convention, May 21, 2005.

Juror, Thesis Reviews, Tulane University, April 29-30, 2005.

Juror, AIA Houston Faculty Awards, April 21, 2005.

“Downtown Revitalization,” talk to Austin Young Professionals Organization, February 17, 2005.

“The Paradox of American Urbanism,” talk to Houston AIA Urban Design Committee, January 21, 2005.

Moderator for session on “Masterplanning,” at SCUP Conference, October 26, 2004.

“Architecture 101,” talk for Austin AIA Homes Tour, September 18, 2004.

“A Broader View of Sustainability,” presentation to Dallas Large Firm Roundtable, August 27, 2004.

Juror, Dallas AIA Unbuilt Design Awards, August 21, 2004.

“On Stone and Brick,” keynote speech at Texas Masonry Contractors Meeting, June 4, 2004.

“Austin City Hall and CSC,” presentation to Mayors’ Institute, May 28, 2004.

“Architectural Education and Practice in U.S.,” presentation to 25 architects from Russia traveling in U.S. sponsored by Rotary International.

“Technology as a Source of Beauty,” invited lecture for joint meeting of AIA, ASID, IIDA, Tulsa, Oklahoma, April 16, 2004.

Invited Participant, AIA Knowledge Summit, April 3, 2004.

Moderator in Session on ACSA Design Awards, ACSA Annual Meeting, Miami, March 20, 2004.

“Current Work,” invited lecture, University of Memphis, March 16, 2004.

“Travel as an Element of the Good Life,” presentation in symposium in Dallas, February 29, 2004.

Juror, Memphis AIA Design Awards, January 27, 2004.

Juror, ACSA Faculty Design Awards, November 22, 2003.

“Downtown Austin,” keynote talk for Texas Downtown Association Convention, Austin, November 6, 2003.

“Collaboration between Architects and Engineers,” invited lecture to Architectural Engineering Honor Society, The University of Texas at Austin, November 3, 2003.

Panelist, “Emerging Trends in School Design,” session, TSA Convention, Fort Worth, November 1, 2003.

“Technology as a Source of Beauty,” invited presentation, TSA Convention, Fort Worth, November 1, 2003.

“Austin Convention Center,” presentation in Design Awards session, TSA Convention, Fort Worth, October 31, 2003.

“On Beauty,” talk to Art History Club, The University of Texas at Austin, October 14, 2003.

Juror, AIA Colorado West Design Awards, October 11, 2003.

“Technology and Materiality,” invited lecture, Lower Rio Grande Valley Design Conference, South Padre Island, September 26, 2003.

“Wood Design,” invited presentation at National AIA Convention, San Diego, May 8, 2003.

“Public Art,” invited lecture in Topics in Contemporary Art series, St. Edwards University, April 25, 2003.

“Beauty in Architecture,” talk at Plan II Alumni Event, Dallas, April 13, 2003.

Juror, New Orleans AIA Design Awards, April 10, 2003.

“Architecture and Local Culture,” Lakeway Town and Gown Society, April 3, 2003.

“A Broader View of Sustainability,” invited lecture, Fort Worth AIA, March 25, 2003.

“Technology as a Source of Beauty,” invited lecture, School of Architecture, M.I.T., March 18, 2003.

“Architecture and Local Culture,” invited lecture, Episcopal Seminary of the Southwest, February 13, 2003.

“In the Nature of Materials,” invited lecture, College of Architecture, University of Tennessee, February 10, 2003.

“Texas’ Best Places,” presentation at Texas Society of Architects Convention, Austin, October 26, 2002.

“Austin Convention Center,” tour and presentation at Texas Society of Architects Convention, Austin, October 25, 2002.

Juror, North American Wood Design Awards, June 2002.

Tour Leader, Friends of Architecture Tuscany Tour, May 2002.

Juror, ACSA Steel Design Competition, May 2002.

“Texas’ Best Places,” invited lecture, Brazos Chapter AIA, May 15, 2002.

“Norman Bel Geddes: Transporting America into a Bright New Future,” LBJ Library, April 4, 2002.

Juror, Austin Business Journal, “Best of Austin” Awards, 2002.

Team Leader, Landscape Urbanism Design Charrette, The University of Texas at Austin, March 22-23, 2002.

“Beginning with Necessity,” invited lecture in symposium, “Vernacular, Modernism, Heimat and Globalization,” New York University, March 19, 2002.

“Books and Buildings,” participant in discussions on CSC Buildings, Austin, February 28, 2002.

“Recent Work,” invited lecture, College of Architecture, Texas Tech University, February 22, 2002.

“Austin Bergstrom International Airport,” invited lecture, Nagoya, Japan, PES International, February 7, 2002.

“A Broader View of Sustainability,” invited lecture, Tokyo, PES International, February 5, 2002.

“Recent work,” invited lecture, School of Architecture, University of Oklahoma, January 23, 2002.

“A Broader View of Sustainability,” invited lecture in conference on “New Paradigms for Architecture in the 21st Century,” Santa Cruz, Bolivia, November 7, 2001.

Panelist, “Best Places in Texas” session, Texas Society of Architects Convention, Dallas, November 3, 2001.

Panelist, “Architect as Artist,” Symposium, SMU, November 3, 2001.

Panelist, “Ethics: The Fountainhead Revisited” session, Texas Society of Architects Convention, Dallas, November 2, 2001.

“Recent Work,” invited lecture, Department of Architecture, Oklahoma State University, October 15, 2001.

“A Broader View of Sustainability,” Center Forum, University of Texas School of Architecture, October 12, 2001.

Co-Chair, Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture of North America Technology Conference, “SKINS: Where Design and Technology Meet,” July 13-16, 2001.

“Best Texas Buildings,” invited presentation to LAMP group (The University of Texas at Austin), April 5, 2001.

“The Place of Houses,” plenary lecture in Symposium “The Place of Houses,” Charles Moore Center, March 3, 2001.

Juror, Austin Visual Arts Association Annual Show, 2001.

“Recent Work,” invited lecture, Kent State University, November 2, 2000.

“Austin Bergstrom International Airport,” invited presentation, Texas Society of Architects Annual Meeting, October 28, 2000.

“Recent Work,” invited lecture, Western Design Conference, Cody, Wyoming, September 22, 2000.

Panelist, Program on “Architectural Education for K-12 Students,” Houston AIA Meeting, August 17, 2000.

Panelist, Plenary session on “Star Architects” at Annual Meeting of Society of College and University Planners, Denver, July 19, 2000.

Faculty lecturer on trip, “Europe’s Cultural Triangle” sponsored by University of Texas Ex Students’ Association, June 17-28, 2000.

“New Urban Libraries,” speaker in video prepared by KLRU for Town Meeting on libraries, June 2000.

“Austin,” Keynote address for International Downtown Organization Annual Meeting, Austin, May 7, 2000.

Chair, Portman Awards Jury, Georgia Tech University, Atlanta, May 2, 2000.

“Ethical Positions,” invited lecture, Unitarian Church, Austin, April 30, 2000.

“Museum Building,” invited lecture, Texas Association of Museums Directors and Trustees Forum, April 27, 2000.

Keynote Speaker, University Honors Colloquium, The University of Texas at Austin, April 15, 2000.

“Recent Work,” invited lecture, Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas, March 24, 2000.

“Rough Creek Lodge,” program for Fort Worth AIA meeting, February 22, 2000.

“Robert E. Johnson State Office Building,” program for Austin AIA meeting, February 8, 2000.

“Texas Architecture,” invited lecture to Rotary Club, San Antonio, February 2, 2000.

Organizer, conference on “Outreach” for architecture deans of “Big 12” schools, January 27-29, 2000.

Panelist, Session on “Outreach” in Architectural Education, ACSA Administrator’s Conference, Savannah, Georgia, November 20, 1999.

“Recent Work,” invited lecture, University of North Dakota, Fargo, North Dakota, November 2, 1999.

“Recent Work,” invited lecture, Minnesota AIA Convention, November 2, 1999.

Juror, Minnesota AIA Awards Program, November 1-2, 1999.

“Rough Creek Lodge,” invited presentation, Texas Society of Architects Annual Meeting, October 23, 1999.

“Baker House: A Specific Modernism,” Plenary Lecture in Conference, “Interpreting Aalto,” M.I.T., October 1-2, 1999.

“Texas Architecture,” The University of Texas Ex-Students’ Association, June 18, 1999.

Speaker, “Modernist Visions” symposium, The University of Texas at Austin, April 8, 1999.

“Texas Architecture,” The University of Texas Interactive, March 6, 1999.

Panelist, symposium on “How Building for the Arts is a Catalyst for Civic Development,” Dallas Museum of Art, January 16, 1999.

Moderator, Panel on “Enhancing Quality of Life,” Smartgrowth Conference, Austin, December 17, 1998.

“Cass Gilbert’s Seminal Work at UT Austin,” lecture in conference on “Cass Gilbert, Life and Work: From Regional to National Architect,” New York, November 14, 1998.

Panelist, Session on “Contemporary Visions,” Texas Society of Architects Annual Meeting, October 3, 1998.

“Recent Work,” invited lecture, Tulane University, September 28,1998.

“Core Values,” invited presentation to Chancellor’s Committee on Continuous Improvement, University of California at Berkeley, August 21, 1998.

“Core Values,” invited lecture to The University of Texas Managers Conference, Austin, May 21, 1998.

“Practice and Education,” chair of panel at Texas Society of Architects Board Meeting, Houston, April 25, 1998.

“Land Use and Lifestyle,” invited lecture to Land Use Planning Law Conference, Austin, March 5, 1998.

“Building Iconography on the Campus of The University of Texas at Austin,” invited lecture at Texas State Historical Commission Annual Meeting, Austin, March 5, 1998.

“Core Values,” invited lecture to past presidents of Texas Exes Association, Houston, February 19, 1998.

“UT Core Ideology and Texas Theme,” presentation to Texas Exes Past Presidents, Houston, February 19, 1998.

“All the World a Stage,” lecture to Shakespeare Club, Dallas, February 6, 1998.

“Texas Architecture,” invited lecture, Shakespeare Club of Dallas, February 6, 1998.

“Core Values,” presentation to The University of Texas Development Board, November 7, 1997.

“Core Values,” presentation to The University of Texas Board of Regents, September 4, 1997.

Chair, Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture Annual Meeting, March 14-17, 1997.

Jury Member, Dallas AIA Delineation Competition, November 12, 1997.

“UT Core Ideology and Texas Theme,” presentation to The University of Texas Development Board, November 7, 1997.

“Architecture and Society,” lecture to Austin Town and Gown Club, Austin, October 21, 1997.

“New Austin Airport Terminal,” presentation to Inside Track, Headliners Club, Austin, October 6, 1997.

“UT Core Ideology and Texas Theme,” presentation to The University of Texas Board of Regents, September 4, 1997.

Charrette Leaders, Circle T Ranch, Alliance Development Corporation, August 17-19, 1997.

Jury Member, Dallas AIA Awards Program, May 6, 1997.

“UT Campus Master Plan,” presentation to Texas Exes Club, San Angelo, February 4, 1997.

Visiting Juror, M.I.T., December 16, 1996.

Visiting Juror, University of North Carolina at Charlotte, December 4, 1996.

“Campus Masterplanning,” invited lecture, University of Houston, October 28, 1996.

“The Boyer Report,” invited panelist, Texas Society of Architects Annual Meeting, October 11, 1996.

Jury Member, Design Awards Program, Arizona Masonry Institute, September 30, 1996.

Jury Member, Design Competition sponsored by Rice Design Alliance, “On Your Mark,” Houston, June 6, 1996.

Jury Member, Design Charrette sponsored by National Endowment for the Arts to Evaluate the Justice Building, Washington, D.C., May 8, 1996.

Jury Member, Competition for District of Columbia Convention Center sponsored by five Schools of Architecture, Washington, D.C., May 1, 1996.

Professional Advisor, Design Competition for New Nursing and Biomedical Sciences Building, University of Texas Health Science Center in Houston, March-May 1996.

“Austin Convention Center,” invited presentation, Texas Society of Architects Annual Meeting, October 8, 1994.

“The Land, The City and the Human Spirit Revisited,” interview on The Next 200 Years, KUT Radio, July 31, 1994.

“Style Wars,” invited lecture in Australian National Design Conference, Melbourne, Australia, April 29, 1994.

“Changing Face of Downtown Austin,” invited lecture, Women’s Symphony League, Austin, April 20, 1994.

“Downtown San Antonio,” invited program, ACSA Administrators Conference, San Antonio, November 22, 1993.

Jury Member, Design Awards Program, New Mexico AIA, November 20, 1993.

Co-Chair, ACSA Southwest Regional Meeting, Austin, Texas, October 29-30, 1993.

Jury Member, Design Awards Program, Minnesota AIA, October 27-28, 1993.

“Fireside Chat,” Rice Design Alliance, Houston, Texas, September 8, 1993.

“Recent Work,” invited lecture in conference of South American Architects, Santa Cruz, Bolivia, August 26, 1993.

“Style Wars,” invited lecture in conference of South American Architects, Santa Cruz, Bolivia, August 25, 1993.

“Recent Work,” invited lecture in conference of Latin American Architects, Pueblo, Mexico, June 8, 1993.

“A Sense of Place for the Lower Rio Grande Valley,” invited lecture, McAllen, Texas, May 27, 1993.

“New Life for Downtown Austin,” special program on KLRU television, March 24, 1993.

Juror, American Hardboard Association Annual Awards Program, Tucson, Arizona, March 5, 1993.

“Recent Work,” invited lecture, Texas Tech University, February 3, 1993.

Presenter and Panelist, Architect Administrators’ Conference, Santa Fe, N.M., November 21, 1992.

“Creativity and Design,” invited lecture, Texas Association of Gifted and Talented Annual Meeting, November 18, 1992.

“Spiritual Building,” invited lecture, Theological Seminary of the Southwest, November 3, 1992.

Juror, Austin Visual Arts Association Annual Show, 1992.

Guest Juror, University of North Carolina at Charlotte, April 23, 1992.

“Recent Thoughts and Work,” invited lecture, Rice University, February 6, 1992.

“The Individual and the City,” invited lecture, University of North Carolina at Charlotte, January 30, 1992.

“Ecclesiastical Architecture,” invited lecture, Episcopal Theological Seminary of the Southwest, October 29, 1991.

Juror, Fort Worth Chapter AIA Design Awards, October 26, 1991.

External Examiner of Graduate Theses, Rice University, October 10, 1991.

Chair of Velux Design Awards Jury, Georgia Tech, June 10, 1991.

“The Individual and the City,” invited lecture in symposium on “Building the City,” Smithsonian Institute, Washington, D.C., April 27, 1991.

“Recent Work,” invited lecture, School of Architecture, Georgia Tech, April 24, 1991.

“Liturgical Architecture,” invited lecture at Church of Today, March 6, 1991.

“Recent Work,” invited lecture, School of Architecture, Prairie View A&M University, November 7, 1990.

Four sketches of Austin Convention Center used as primary graphic theme for Austin Chapter AIA Directory, 1990.

Moderator and Panel Member, “Emerging Architects” forum, Texas Society of Architects Convention, Dallas, October 27, 1990.

Jury Member, Design Awards Program, West Texas Chapter, AIA, October 27, 1990.

“Downtown Austin in the Last Forty Years,” invited lecture to Austin Club on their anniversary, October 27, 1990.

Co-director, Symposium “On Craft and Building,” Center for the Study of American Architecture, The University of Texas at Austin, October 19-20, 1990.

“On Craft and Building,” introductory lecture in Symposium “On Craft and Building,” The University of Texas at Austin, October 19, 1990.

“Architecture as Cultural Expression,” invited lecture to The University of Texas Alumni, October 17, 1990.

House on Sunny Slope on AIA Homes Tour, October 6-7, 1990.

“Architecture 1990,” invited lecture, Dallas Chapter AIA and Dallas Young Architects Forum, September 27, 1990.

“Recent Work,” invited lecture, University of Arkansas, September 14, 1990.

“Recent Work,” invited lecture, University of California at Irvine, July 19, 1990.

Jury Member, Annual Design Awards Program, Orange County, California AIA, July 18-21, 1990.

“Geographical Prejudice in Architectural Publications,” invited lecture to Architectural Librarians at National AIA Convention, Houston, May 20, 1990.

Model and eight drawings of Austin Convention Center exhibited in faculty show, School of Architecture, The University of Texas, Spring 1990.

“On the Need for Heightened Cultural Identity,” invited lecture, University of Oklahoma, March 1, 1990.

Chair, Forum on “Regional Expression and the Natural Environment” at Conference on “Organic Pluralism,” University of Oklahoma, February 28-March 3, 1990.

“Architecture as Cultural Expression,” invited lecture, Amarillo Public Library, January 13, 1990.

“Downtown Revitalization,” invited lecture to Amarillo Downtown Revitalization Task Force, January 12, 1990.

“Recent Work,” invited lecture, Nebraska AIA Convention, September 14, 1989.

Jury Member, Annual Design Awards Program, Nebraska AIA, August 5, 1989.

“Urbanism/Suburbanism,” invited lecture, Detroit AIA, March 21, 1989.

“Town Lake Comprehensive Plan,” invited lecture in landscape architecture symposium, Texas A&M University, February 3, 1989.

“Recent Work,” invited lecture, School of Architecture, University of Oklahoma, January 26, 1989.

Texas Botanical Gardens exhibited in faculty show, School of Architecture, The University of Texas, Spring 1989.

Designer (with Susan Hoover), Modernist Visions and the Contemporary American City, Center for the Study of American Architecture, School of Architecture, The University of Texas at Austin, 1989.

“Liturgical Architecture,” invited lecture at Episcopal Theological Seminary, Austin, November 18, 1988.

“Recent Work,” invited lecture, School of Architecture, University of Washington, November 8, 1988.

Jury Member, Annual Design Awards Program, Seattle Chapter AIA, November 4-7, 1988.

Jury Member, Annual Design Awards Program, Detroit Chapter AIA, November 2-3, 1988.

“Regionalism and Invention,” invited lecture in symposium at School of Architecture, Arizona State University, October 28-29, 1988.

Co-director, Symposium, “Architecture vs. Planning: Collision and Collaboration in the Design of American Cities,” Center for the Study of American Architecture, The University of Texas, October 21, 1988.

Panel Member, Session on “Church Architecture, Interfaith Forum on Religion, Art and Architecture,” Houston, October 3, 1988.

“The Influence of Frank Lloyd Wright on the Development of the 20th Century American House,” invited lecture, Dallas Museum of Art, April 13, 1988.

Co-Director, Conference on “Modernist Visions and the Contemporary American City,” Center for the Study of American Architecture, The University of Texas at Austin, April 7, 1988.

“The Individualist City,” paper delivered in conference on “Modernist Visions and the Contemporary American City,” The University of Texas at Austin, April 7, 1988.

“Recent Work,” invited lecture, University of Puerto Rico, March 17, 1988.

“Landscape and the City: The Town Lake Comprehensive Plan,” invited lecture, Annual Convention of Texas Chapter of American Society of Landscape Architects, March 6, 1988.

“Recent Work,” invited lecture, Instituto Tecnológico y de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey, Monterrey, Mexico, February 26, 1988.

“On Frank Lloyd: In the Realm of Ideas,” invited lecture to docents of Dallas Museum of Art, January 25, 1988.

“Parks as the Heart of the City: The Town Lake Comprehensive Plan,” invited lecture at conference sponsored by Dallas Institute for the Humanities, December 4, 1987.

“Town Lake Comprehensive Plan,” invited lecture to Austin Board of Realtors, November 10, 1987.

“Contemporary Church Architecture,” invited lecture at conference sponsored by Episcopal Diocese of Texas, Camp Allen, Texas, November 7, 1987.

“Contemporary Church Architecture,” invited lecture at Episcopal Theological Seminary, Austin, November 6, 1987.

“Downtown Dallas and its Architecture,” invited lecture to Dallas Museum of Art League, November 2, 1987.

Jury Member, Annual Design Awards Program, Houston Chapter AIA, September 27-28, 1987.

“Alvar Aalto and the Emergence of Twentieth Century Finnish Architecture,” invited lecture, Nordic-American Society, Austin, September 10, 1987.

Three drawings of Lake Austin House exhibited in “What Could Have Been,” traveling exhibition which included venues at Oakland Museum; Cooper-Hewitt Museum, New York; Chicago Architectural Foundation; and Musée des beaux-arts de Montréal.

“Energy Concerns: An Everyday Architectural Necessity,” invited lecture, 13th Annual Architects and Engineers Conference on “Energy Management in Action,” Dallas, Texas, May 8, 1987.

“Place Specific Architecture,” invited lecture, Association of Art Galleries, The Crescent, Dallas, Texas, April 28, 1987.

Moderator for lecture series sponsored by Dallas Women in Architecture, Dallas, Texas, February 25, 1987; March 25, 1987; April 22, 1987.

Moderator, panel on “Architectural Criticism,” Southeastern Louisiana State University, April 22, 1987.

Two projects (Ross House, Fleming House) exhibited in Bi-Annual Faculty Show, School of Architecture, The University of Texas at Austin, Spring 1987.

Two projects (Rollingwood House, Wimberley Ranch House) exhibited in “Texas Architecture: The State of the Art,” Huntington Gallery, The University of Texas at Austin, March l-April 12, 1987.

Co-Curator (with Eric McCready), “Texas Architecture: The State of the Art,” Huntington Gallery, The University of Texas at Austin, March l-April 12, 1987.

“Recent Work,” invited lecture, School of Architecture, Texas Tech University, March 5, 1987.

“Texas Architecture: The State of the Art,” gallery talk, Huntington Gallery, The University of Texas at Austin, March 4, 1987.

Designer (with Susan Hoover), New Regionalism, Center for the Study of American Architecture, School of Architecture, The University of Texas at Austin, 1987.

“Interface: Architecture and Engineering,” invited lecture, National Society of Architectural Engineers, The University of Texas at Austin, February 24, 1987.

“Recent Work,” invited lecture, School of Architecture, Texas A&M University, February 4, 1987.

“Place Inspired Objects,” invited lecture sponsored by Krueger at Dallas Trade Mart, January 29, 1987.

“Recent Work,” invited lecture, Architectural League, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, November 26, 1986.

“Recent Work,” invited lecture, School of Architecture, University of Houston, September 24, 1986.

“Recent Work,” invited lecture, School of Architecture, Kent State University, September 10, 1986.

“The State of Texas Architecture,” Dallas AIA, July 9, 1986.

Director, AIA/ACSA Cranbrook Teachers Seminar, June 21-26, 1986, on topic “Teaching and Practice.”

“On Reality and Naturalism in 19th Century Design,” lecture at Dallas Museum of Art, June 5, 1986.

Co-Director, Conference on “New Regionalism,” Center for the Study of American Architecture, The University of Texas at Austin, April 24-25, 1986.

“Regionalism and Invention,” paper delivered in conference on “New Regionalism,” The University of Texas at Austin, April 24, 1986.

Panelist in seminar, “Looking for an American Architecture,” The Dallas Institute, January 18, 1986.

“Recent Work,” invited lecture, San Antonio Museum of Art, Winter 1985.

Lecture, “Contemporary Church Architecture,” at conference sponsored by Episcopal Diocese of Texas, Camp Allen, Texas, November 16, 1985.

“Recent Work,” invited lecture, Washington, D.C., “Young Architects” lecture series, Fall 1985.

Lecture, “Architecture and the Humanities,” part of Plan II Colloquium on their 50th Anniversary, September 26, 1985.

Jury Member, Young Architects Design Competition, Dallas AIA, September 24, 1985.

“Recent Work,” invited lecture, The Architectural League of New York, April 30, 1985.

“On Timeliness and Timelessness,” paper delivered at symposium on Twentieth Century Classicism in America at The University of Texas at Austin, April 12, 1985.

Designer, Harwell Hamilton Harris, by Lisa Germany, Center for the Study of American Architecture, The University of Texas at Austin, 1985.

Designer (with William Hewson), Architecture for the Emerging American City, Center for the Study of American Architecture, The University of Texas at Austin, 1985.

“American Urbanism,” invited presentation to Town and Gown Club, Austin, Texas, November 15, 1984.

Twelve drawings of design work exhibited in faculty show, School of Architecture, The University of Texas at Austin, September 1984.

Discussion Leader, Conference on Goals for Architectural Education on the event of the 75th Anniversary of School of Architecture, The University of Texas at Austin, October 19-20, 1984.

Consultant, Panel Moderator, Symposium, “The Land, The City and The Human Spirit: Building the Emerging American Landscape,” The University of Texas at Austin, April 12-13, 1984. (Reviews in Architecture, May 1984, pp. 49, 54; Texas Architect, May/June 1984, pp. 30-34; Dallas Morning News, April 20, 1984; San Antonio Express, April 22, 1984.)

“An Architecture of Particulars,” invited lecture, School of Architecture, University of Minnesota, April 5, 1984.

Team Leader, Urban Design Charrette, College of Environmental Design, University of California at Berkeley, March 30-April 1, 1984.

“Ornamentalism,” gallery talk, Archer Huntington Gallery, Austin, Texas, October 12, 1983.

“Paul Cret at Texas,” gallery talk, Michener Gallery, Austin, Texas, April 13, 1983.

“Lessons from Finland: The Influence of Sonck, Saarinen, Bryggman, and Aalto on the Work of O’Neil Ford,” paper delivered at Annual Meeting, Society of Architectural Historians, Phoenix, April 7, 1983.

“Modern Eclecticism,” seminar session given to Ford, Powell, Carson Architects, San Antonio, March 31, 1983.

Guest Curator, “American Architecture: Innovation and Tradition,” exhibition originating at Center for the Study of American Architecture, Columbia University, 1983.

Panel Member, Colloquium: “Is Architecture the New Public Art?” Arts Alliance of San Antonio, November 9, 1982.

“Ideal Over Ideology,” paper delivered at conference on Contemporary Architecture and Ideology sponsored by Oregon School of Design and Oregon AIA, Portland, Oregon, October, 14, 1982.

“The Work of O’Neil Ford,” paper delivered at symposium on Ideals in Architecture sponsored by Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture and San Francisco Center for Architecture and Urban Studies, San Francisco, July 16, 1982.

Juror, Bi-Annual Design Awards Program, Birmingham Chapter AIA, May 20, 1982.

Juror, Bi-Annual Design Awards Program, San Antonio Chapter AIA, May 13, 1982.

“Kahn’s Campus at Ahmedabad,” paper delivered at Annual Meeting, Society of Architectural Historians, New Haven, April 22, 1982.

“Collaborations: Artists and Architects,” Gallery Talk, Archer Huntington Gallery, Austin, Texas, April 7, 1982.

“On Texas Architecture Since 1910,” invited lecture, School of Architecture, Rice University, Houston, Texas, March 8, 1982.

Seven drawings of the Bailey Estate exhibited in “Suburbs” show at Cooper-Hewitt Museum (Smithsonian National Museum of Design), New York, November 10, 1981-January 24, 1982.

“Regionalizing, Romanticizing, Playing it Straight,” invited lecture given in Dimensions of Texas Architecture Conference, Austin, Texas, October 10, 1981.

“On Applying Values in the Design Process,” invited lecture, School of Architecture, Louisiana Tech University, Ruston, Louisiana, April 3, 1981.

“Toward an Architecture of Partially Frustrated Aspirations,” invited lecture, School of Architecture, Louisiana Tech University, Ruston, La., April 2, 1981.

“On the Role of Values in Design,” paper delivered at ACSA Annual Meeting, Asilomar, California, March 23, 1981.

“Fantasy in Design: Making Dreams as Opposed to Making Dreams Come True,” paper delivered at Conference on Fantasy in Design sponsored by San Francisco Center for Architecture and Urban Studies, San Francisco, February 6, 1981.

“Mainstream is Almost All Wrong,” paper delivered at conference on Teaching Architectural History, San Antonio, March 23, 1980.

“Comparison of Regional Responses: Architecture in Texas and Australia,” paper delivered at ACSA Annual Meeting, San Antonio, March 20, 1980.

“Architecture as Cultural Expression in Australia,” paper delivered to Seminar on British Studies, The University of Texas at Austin, Texas, March 7, 1980.

“An Architecture of Partially Frustrated Aspirations,” invited lecture, School of Architecture and Planning, of Newcastle-Upon-Tyne (England), December 7, 1978.

“An Architecture of Partially Frustrated Aspirations,” lecture, College of Architecture, University of Chandigarh (India), November 16, 1978.

“An Architecture of Partially Frustrated Aspirations,” invited lecture, College of Architecture, Bangladesh Technical University (Bangladesh), November 3, 1978.

“An Architecture of Partially Frustrated Aspirations,” lecture, School of Architecture, Western Australia Institute of Technology, September 25, 1978.

“Aalto’s Design Values and Their Roots,” invited lecture, School of Architecture, Western Australia Institute of Technology, September 5, 1978.

Panel Member, Seminar: “Instruction of History in Environmental Design Curricula,” Canberra College of Advanced Education, Canberra, A.C.T., Australia, August 3, 1978. (Panel included general historians, university administrators, architectural preservationists. Audience included educators and students.)

“The Work of Alvar Aalto,” invited lecture, School of Environmental Design, Canberra College of Advanced Education, August 2, 1978.

“The Work of Alvar Aalto” and “Towards an Architecture of Partially Frustrated Aspirations,” invited lectures, School of Architecture, University of New South Wales (Australia), July 24, 26, 1978.

“Emerging Tools for Analysis of Urban Public Space,” invited lecture, School of Planning, South Australia Institute of Technology, July 21, 1978.

“Toward an Architecture of Partially Frustrated Aspirations,” invited lecture, School of Architecture, University of Adelaide (Australia), July 20, 1978.

“Of the Work of Alvar Aalto on American Post-War Architecture,” invited lecture, Royal Australian Institute of Architects, Perth, Australia, May 19, 1978.

Two drawings and model of Fitchburg Elderly Housing exhibited in “Ideas for Elderly Housing” show at Boston Architectural Center and Harvard Graduate School of Design, June 1975.

Co-organizer and participant, M.I.T./Grunsfeld Study Seminar, “Urban Public Space: Three Districts in Paris,” conducted from École Spéciale d’Architecture, Paris, France, January 5-31, 1973. (Study group included French and American educators and students.)