City Post is the Winner of 2023 TXDT Presidents Award for Best Rehab/Restoration
Wang Architects is please to announce that our City Post project the winner for the prestigious 2023 TXDT President's Award for Best Rehab/Restoration.
Wang Architects Selected for Clear Lake Classical School
Wang Architects is please to announce that we have been selected for a Renovation and Master Plan for Clear Lake Classical Schools. The existing building is a retired middle school with an art deco gymnasium located in Ventura, Iowa. We are looking forward to what lies ahead for this exciting program!
Wang Architects Receives State Level Design Award
We were so honored to be recognized once again by the Texas Masonry Council for design. Our Palace Children's Theater project was selected among a small handful of exceptional and talented peers throughout the State of Texas for the category of Design Excellence. The awards ceremony was held at the Westin Riverwalk in San Antonio, TX on August 5, 2022.
Wang Architects Receives Design Excellence Award
Wang Architects is delighted to announce that our project, the Doug Smith Performance Center, was awarded the Design Excellence Award from the Texas Masonry Council. Selected from a variety of projects in the Central Texas area, our work was chosen for its ingenuity and excellence in design.
Watkin's Building Grand Opening
On Tuesday, May 3, 2022, the Watkins Building held its long-awaited grand opening. It was truly a priviledge to watch our design for collaboration and celebration come to life. Read more to learn about this building and our unique process as a firm.
Wang Architects selected as Architect for Art From The Streets
Wang Architects is excited for the chance to give back to the Austin community. We will be partnering with Art From The Streets, a nonprofit organization that provides homeless people a safe and creative space to foster autonomy, skill, and positive connections through art.
Texas Historical Landmark renovation gets approval from the City of Georgetown's HARC
Wang Architects has been commissioned to make an addition and renovation to this Texas Historical Landmark. Originally built in the late 1800's, this home serves as a perfect example of American Victorian. We are absolutely thrilled to move forward with this project after HARC approval. We are so thankful to our new clients for trusting us with their (future) home. Looking forward to sharing updates along the way, stay tuned!
AIA Code of Ethics and Professional Conduct Press Release
The AIA Code of Ethics and Professional Conduct now prohibits the design of spaces intended for execution, torture and prolonged solitary confinement. We are incredibly thankful to see this work come to fruition. Click the link to read the press release.