LICENSES

 

National Council of Architectural Registration Board

Registered Architect

FAIA......................................... 1992

U.S.A. / NCARB........................ 1974

New Mexico.............................. 1974

AIA........................................... 1974

Texas........................................ 1976

Illinois....................................... 1984

California.................................. 1988

Maryland.................................. 1988

New York................................... 1993

 

EDUCATION

 

Syracuse University:  1971........................................ Bachelor of Arts

Syracuse University:  1971........................................ Bachelor of Architecture

Syracuse University:  1972........................................ Masters of Architecture

 

 

AWARDS AND GRANTS

 

2012

Grant: Susan Vaughan Foundation. $20,000.00. A prototype for a pallet

design that converts to buildings for disaster housing. bpz. 

 

 

2011

FDIP. Faculty Development Initiative Program for developing the Hospitality Innovation Lab as the Director. $20,000.00.

 

 

2010

Provisional Patent: Disaster Relief Pallet that upcycles into a building system. bpz. 2010.

 

 

2010

Grant: Conrad N. Hilton College of Hotel and Restaurant Management. Hotel Rooms of the Future. The design of six experimental hotel rooms at the Hilton Hotel, central campus, U of H. $39,000.00

 

 

2010

Grant: Susan Vaughan Foundation. $20,000.00: Publication and Exhibition of Donald Judd and Dan Flavin. Chinati, Foundation. Marfa.

 

 

2010

Copyrights: Literary copyrights: HOTEL, SHINTO, ROOM, JUDD. PJZA

 

 

2009

Grant: UHGBC. $65,000.00: Cultural upcycling from palette to utensils, architectural skins, to buildings for disaster housing. bpz. 

 

 

2009

Grant: Susan Vaughan Foundation. $10,000.00: Investigation of the work of Donald Judd and Dan Flavin.Chinati, Foundation. Marfa, Tx.

 

 

2008

Grant: Gerald Hines COA U of H. $43,000.00 Grant to investigate the sustainable integration of SHINTO (shower, sink, toilet) for housing.

 

 

2008

American Institute of Architecture. Houston Chapter award for SKYBOX. A residential project for the Shaar residence, Austin, Texas.

 

 

2007

Lumen West Lighting Award. National first place award for the Houston JANUS et Cie design showroom. Project Architect: PJZA, Lighting: Ann Kale Associates. Houston, Texas.

 

 

2007

IIDA Regional Award Southwest Region. First place award for the Houston JANUS et Cie design showroom. Project Architect: PJZA, Lighting: Ann Kale Associates. Houston, Texas.

 

 

2006

Grant: Conrad Hilton College of Hotel Administration. Investigation of Mass Customization as a viable prototype for the hospitality industry. University of Houston. $24,000.00. bpz: Co-principal Bill Price.

 

 

2006

Grant: Activities Funding Board (AFB). University of Houston SOG for funding an exhibition, publication and building a housing prototype. 

 

 

2005

Gwangju Design Biennale. International juried invitation for the Korean Biennale. BPZ exhibition, “SOS: Survival or Shelter” in Korea.

 

 

2005

Texas Society of Architects Award. State American Institute of Architecture award for the residence, “Exploded Box”, Houston, Texas.

 

 

2005

American Institute of Architects Award. Houston Chapter merit award for residential architecture, Houston, Texas.

 

 

2005

AIA Award. Research grant for Transparent and Transbuoyant concrete with a public presentation at the Museum of Fine Arts and a publication. AIA chapter: bpz: Co-principal, Bill Price.

 

 

2005

FACE Award. French Consulate research grant ($40,000.00) for the construction of a housing prototype in Lyons, France. bpz: Co-principal, Bill Price.

 

 

2005

FDIP GRANT. Faculty Development Initiative Program for materials innovation. $23,900.00 Grant. Co-principal, Bill Price.

 

 

2004

Venice Biennale. International Jury for the National Museum of Art, Taiwan. Invited juror to Taiwan.

 

 

2003

AIA Merit Award. Houston AIA Chapter award for “On the Boards”, Texastudio, U of H: Johnny Harrison.

 

 

2002

FDIP GRANT. Academic Affairs Grant Program for technological innovation. $25,000.00 Award.

 

 

2000

United States Patent Award. Issuance of a patent (6,112,489) for a monocoque concrete wall system.  September 5th, 2000. 70 world wide patents issued.

 

 

2000

University of Houston Faculty Development Program.  One year faculty development awarded from the University of Houston.

 

 

1999

American Institute of Architects.  Best of Show: Honor Award. Travis Townhomes , Dallas, Texas.  AIA, Houston Chapter. Award delegation to the Aspen Conference.

 

 

1998

Grant. Office of the Vice Provost for Academic Programs: Enhancement of Learning (Grant).  University of Houston. $25,000.00.

 

 

1998

Coordinator for Modeling and Design Research.  Virtual Environments Research Institute.  NASA / University of Houston.

 

 

1998

United States Patent Award. Issuance of a patent (5,771,649) for a revolutionary monocoque concrete building construction system.  June 30, 1998.

 

 

1994

Distinguished Teaching Award.  College of Architecture, University of Houston.

 

 

1993

American Institute of Architecture.  Honor Award. Picker Residence. AIA Houston Chapter.

 

 

1993

Greenwood Award.  National Recognition by the Mayor of Houston for Academic Excellence.

 

 

1992

Fellow of the American Institute of Architecture Award (FAIA).  American Institute of Architecture.

 

 

1992

The President's Teaching Excellence Award.  The University of Houston Award. $5,000.00.

 

 

1991

Houston International Film Festival.  First Place award for "New Year", an opera by Sir Michael Tippett.

 

 

1990

CSI AWARD.  Amarillo Research Center, Amarillo, Texas.

 

 

1988

Olympic West-Garden District.  Commendation from the City of Los Angeles, California.  A Multi-use commercial and retail housing project covering 10 city blocks.

 

 

1987

1986 Commercial Building of the Year.  First Place Award for Plantation Professional Park, Lake Jackson, Texas.  Metal Architecture award.

 

 

1987

Dallas AIA Chapter Award.  Recognition as the curator for the exhibit,  "The Village."

 

 

1986

Texas Society of Architects.  Honor award for Grace Designs, World Trade Center,  Dallas, Texas.

 

 

1986

Pershing Square Design Competition.  Honrable Mention. The Redesign of a downtown 3 Block Urban Square in Los Angeles.

 

 

1984

Austin City Hall Competition.  First Place Award. Joint Venture with Charles Moore, Ruble, Yudell, and Shefelman and Nix.

 

 

1984

"Innovations in Housing", Citation.  PA award, American Plywood Association, and Better Homes and Gardens.

 

 

1984

University of Houston:  Grant from the Energy Laboratory for research on a "Pattern Book" for Texas.

 

 

1983

Los Angeles Institute of Contemporary Arts Museum.  National Endowment for the Arts-Grant for the "Texas Studio" Exhibition.  Co-Curator:  Charles Moore.

 

 

1983

University of Houston:  Research Grant from the Energy Laboratory for documentation of the "Sunday House," in Fredericksburg,Texas.

 

 

1981

"Innovations in Housing", Citation.  Better Homes and Gardens, American Plywood Association, and Progressive Architecture.

 

 

1980

"Innovations in Housing", Merit.  PA, APA, Better Homes and Gardens.

 

 

1979

Australia International Landmark Competition.  First Place, Co-winner.  Southern Cross Landmark, Melbourne, Australia.

 

 

1978

World Graphics Competition.  World Future Society, Washington, D.C. Second Place.

 

 

1977

Texas A&M University.  Design and Development of Catenary Structures. (Grant).

 

 

1977

Texas A&M University.  Minimal Surface:  Design and construction of an antiprismatic structure. (Grant)

 

 

1976

Texas Architectural Foundation.  A Church feasibility study and publication by the Southern Baptist Convention. (Grant)

 

 

1975

Texas A&M University.  Development of polyvinyl plastics for architectural applications.  (Grant)

 

 

PROJECTS:  PETER JAY ZWEIG ARCHITECT:  1968-PRESENT

 

              2012    JEC Atlanta Showroom. A 7,000 square foot building in Atlanta, Ga.                                                     

 

2012  

Eye Gallery. A photography, housing, orchard, organic farming and art installation for a mixed use city block development. Amarillo, Texas.

 

2011

4411. A 12,000 square foot remodel for a commercial complex of four art galleries, parking, a restaurant and an event space. Houston, Texas.

 

2011

Lipinski House. A 4,500 square foot house for an art collector on a mountaintop overlooking the city.  Nashville, Tennessee.  

 

2011

Strauss + Ballou Residence. A free standing music room addition to an existing house. Houston, Texas. 

 

2011

Disaster Relief Pallets. A Provisional Patent has been received for the design of pallets upcycling into buildings. BPZ(Bill Price + Peter Zweig).

 

2010

NHA Community Development. A 1000 unit development of affordable housing supporting a sustainable lifestyle integration of organic crops and chickens. Manila, Philippines.

 

2009

SHINTO. (Shower, Sink, Toilet). Prototype sustainable bathroom for developing countries. 

 

2009

Retirement Village. A natural preserve located by a volcano with a four story hotel, twenty detached cottages, clubhouse, a lifestyle integration of organic crops and chickens, fisheries, and a total wellness center. Tagatay, Philippines.

 

2008

Housing Prototype. Affordable housing for community development throughout the country for President Horta. Dili, Timor Leste. 

 

2008

JANUS et Cie Los Angeles Showroom. 12,000 square foot design showroom in the Pacific Design Center, West Hollywood, California.

 

2008

JANUS et Cie Washington Showroom. 6,000 square foot design showroom on M street in Georgetown, Washington, D.C.

 

2008

Eleazar Residence. 6,500 square foot house incorporating a vertical garden wall. Manila, Philippines.

 

2008

JANUS et Cie Boston Showroom. 10,500 square foot design showroom in the Boston Design Center, Boston, Massachusetts.

 

2007

Stephenson Residence. Remodel of a 2,300 square foot townhouse. Boston, Massachusetts.

 

2007

JANUS et Cie Florida Showroom. 6,000 square foot showroom in the DCOTA Design Center, Fort Lauderdale, Florida.

 

2007

JANUS et Cie San Francisco Showroom. 11,500 square foot design showroom in the San Francisco Design Center, California.

 

2006

Janice Feldman Residence. Renovation and design of a 5,000 SF residence in Montecito, California.

 

2006

Chaumont-sur-Loire Valley. Invited bpz to construct an international experimental garden for the Festival of Gardens, France.

 

2006

Windmill Lakes Estates. Seventy two townhouse development. Houston, Texas. bpz.

 

2006

Williamson Residence. A rural house on fifty acres with a six acre lake. Fayettville, Texas.

 

2006

Shaar Residence. An innovative, 2,400 square foot cantilever house clad in a rain screen. Austin, Texas. 

 

2005

Gwangju Biennial. bpz  international exhibition of SOS (a disaster upscale container that becomes a structural component for buildings) for the biennial in Gwangju, Korea.

 

2006

JANUS et Cie Chicago Showroom. 5,600 square foot showroom in the Chicago Merchandise Mart.

 

2005

Les Grands Atelier Workshop. Lyon, France. bpz was invited by the University of Houston, College of Architecture to build a translucent concrete structure for a Summer Workshop Program.

 

2005

BAM. 4,000 SF Dr. Bernard Arocha Medical Addition. Houston, Texas.

 

2005

bpz. Formation of a Company devoted to objects, furniture, industrial design, and architecture with co-principal, Bill Price.

 

2005

Tsunami relief, Phang-Nga, Thailand. Co-Principal with Bill Price / bpz. Creation of team to access and solve problems created by the Tsunami in Phang-Nga, Thailand.

 

2005

ORIGIN OFFICE COMPLEX. Proposed 12,000 SF office, media and graphics compound. Consultant, Houston, Texas.

 

2004

GERESI RESIDENCE. 4,000 SF residence in Manhattan Beach, California. Collaboration with MVRDV.

 

2004

WITHERSPOON RESIDENCE. 13,000 SF residence. Houston, Texas.

 

2004

JANUS et CIE Showroom. 5,000 SF: An innovative design showroom in the Decorative Center, Houston, Texas.

 

2004

ART GALLERY. 12,224 SF: Five art galleries and a restaurant in the Museum District. Houston, Texas.

 

2004

MORRIS RESIDENCE. 4,500 SF residence. Houston, Texas.

 

2004

BLAFFER ART GALLERY. A proposed installation piece for a retrospective of Ant Farm. Houston, Texas.

 

2004

WALT HOUSE. 1,800 square foot residence. Houston, Texas

 

2003

CASE STUDY HOUSE. A prototype 2,700 square foot residence. Consultant: Philip Johnson. Houston, Texas.

 

2003

PROTOTYPE HOUSE.  A 1,500 square foot residence as a prototype for eight units to built as a model community. North Carolina.

 

2002

HOLTON / KRAFFT RESIDENCE. 18,000 square foot residence on a seventy five acre wooded site. Tallahassee, Florida.

 

2001

GRANTWORKS AFFORDABLE HOUSING PROGRAM. Four demonstration residences under the Texas Affordable Housing Program. Fort Davis, Texas.

 

2000

UNITED STATES AIR FORCE OFFICE COMPLEX.  10,000 SF office units built by Bechtel National, Inc. for the USAF.  Curacao, British Indies.

 

2000

DR. MOHAMED RESIDENCE.  15,000 sq. ft. residence on three acres on the bayou.  Houston, Texas.

 

1999

GILBERT RESIDENCE.  7,000 sq. ft. home in Clear Lake, Texas.

 

1999

DEMONSTRATION PLATFORM HOUSE.  88 sm Monterrey, Mexico.

 

1999

JOE HAVEL AND LISA LUDWIG RESIDENCE.  1,500 sq. ft. remodel.  Houston, Texas.

 

1999

DEMONSTRATION PROTOTYPE HOUSE.  Prototype 60 sm housing unit.  Victoria Island, Nigeria.

 

1998

MONOTECH OFFICE COMPLEX.  Commercial office courtyard building.  Philippines.

 

1998

INDIAN NATION PROTOTYPES.  Four Apache and three Creek Indian 2,000 sq. ft. housing prototype units.  Oklahoma.

 

1998

PHILIPPINES HOUSING PROJECTS.  Five low cost housing prototype units for 50,000 house development.  Philippines.

 

1997

TRAVIS TOWNHOMES. Four 4,200 sq. ft. urban townhomes located in Dallas, Texas.

 

1997

SANTA FE INTERNATIONAL.  The interiors of a 100 room hotel on a jack-up oil rig constructed in Singapore.

 

1997

BRIGGS-WEAVER.  An 11,000 sq. ft. office addition.  Houston, Texas.

 

1996

HARRISON RESIDENCE. A 12,000 sq. ft. house on 8 acres in Kingwood, Texas.

 

1996

TEXAS ARTS AND PERFORMANCE CENTER,  Splendora, Texas.  A 12,000 sq.ft. Museum and storage facility for James Surls and Charmaine Locke.  (Texastudio)

 

1996

MONOTECH VILLAGE.  A prototype housing and office complex.  Malibu, California.

 

1996

MONOTECH CITY.  A prototype city for 20,000 people.  Morocco.

 

1996

KAN-SAI NATIONAL LIBRARY.  550,000 sq. ft. competition for a national library.  Japan.

 

1995

TOKYO ART FORUM CENTER.  Eleven Suspended Sculptures by Robert Wilson, Artist.  Production Architect.

 

1995

OFFICE/WAREHOUSE.  30,000 sq.ft. office for Briggs-Weaver, Houston, Texas.

 

1994

MEDLYN RESIDENCE.  1,400 sq.ft., two story addition. West University, Texas.

 

1994

KOMA MUSEUM. Architectural Competition for a Museum, temporary galleries, library, theater, and artist studio's.  Los Angeles, California.

 

1994

WEINSTEIN RESIDENCE.  5,000 sq.ft. house.  Santa Cruz,  California.

 

1994

FURNITURE. Temple Emanu El Lobby, Tzedakah boxes.  Houston, Texas.

 

1993

DR. SPRINGBORN RESIDENCE. A 12,000 sq.ft. house on 300 acres in Easton,  Maryland.

 

1993

TEA HOUSE AND GARDEN. A Public Pavilion for New Harmony, Indiana.  Jane Owens, client.

 

1993

A PROTOTYPE HOUSE FOR THE FUTURE.  An 1,800 sq.ft. cardboard house, at full scale, for a national traveling exhibition.

 

1993

U.S. EMBASSY.  Design Consultant (for J.C. Houston, Texas) for an American Embassy in Tunisia, Africa.

 

1992

AL AKHAWAYN UNIVERSITY.  A land-use/interior consultant to the KING OF MOROCCO, for a new university located in Ifrane, Morocco (Team: Texas International Educational Consortium - Dr. Bill Franklin:  Architect:  Michael Pinseau, Paris, France).

 

1992

WARREN COMMISSION.  A 7,500 sq.ft. residence, on a heavily wooded site, on a Bayou in Houston, Texas.

 

1992

RETIREMENT COMPLEX:  PROTOTYPE HOUSING UNITS.  A series of housing models for new Harmony, Indiana for descendants of the 1816 founder, Robert Owens.

 

1991

AMARILLO RESEARCH CENTER.  Phase II: 15,000 sq.ft.. Bone Marrow and Immunology Laboratories.  Harrington Cancer Center, Amarillo, Texas.

 

1991

PETER JOSEPH GALLERY. 7,300 sq.ft. Furniture and Art Gallery on 58th and 5th Ave., New York City.

 

1991

TOBIAS PICKER RESIDENCE. A country estate for a modern music composer in Putnam County, New York.

 

1991

BUNGALOW HOUSE. 2,000 sq.ft. house in the Magnolia Subdivision,  Houston, Texas (Co-Architect:  Charles Moore).

 

1990

GRAND PRIX RACE TRACK.  A 500 acre race track for 35,000 people in Phase I, and 85,000 people in Phase II (Associate Architect:  James Sailor).

 

1989

HOTEL:  SANTA FE DRILLING COMPANY.  A 100 bed hotel with a restaurant and workout rooms on a jack-up oil rig.  Singapore.

 

1989

PRESIDENT BUSH PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY.  A 140,000 sq.ft. proposal, including; archive repository, electronic library, and a presidential museum on a 35 acre site in Houston, Texas.  Joint venture with WRJA.

 

1989

HOUSTON GRAND OPERA STAGE SETS. For the World Premiere Opera, "New Year", by Sir Michael Tippett.

 

1989

THE RESEARCH INSTITUTE.  A 55,000 sq.ft. masterplan addition to Northwest Texas Hospital, Amarillo, Texas.  Phase One:  24,000 sq.ft. OBGYN and crystallography lab and extensive remodeling of the existing hospital atrium.

 

1989

SCHOLL RESIDENCE.  A major addition to the grounds and master suite of a Houston residence.

 

1989

AMARILLO RESEARCH CENTER.  120,000 sq.ft. addition to Texas Tech Health Center in Amarillo, Texas.  This program includes; a 15,000 sq.ft. vivarium, a 35,000 sq.ft. laboratory, and a 70,000 sq.ft. office/research wing.

 

1988

DR. SOMMERS RESIDENCE.  A 2,000 sq.ft. addition to an estate in Manhassett, Long Island.

 

1988

KOLTER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL ADDITION.  An adaptive reuse project that utilizes an existing 1890 log barn.  HISD classroom, Houston, Texas.

 

1988

PUEBLO RIBERA HOUSING ADDITION.  The redesign and addition to 6 housing units by R.M. Schindler, 1925, La Jolla, California.

 

1988

CHRISTISON RESIDENCE.  The remodeling and addition of a kitchen, living, and master suite wing in Memorial, Houston, Texas.

 

1988

RALPH AND KACOO'S RESTAURANT.  12,000 sq.ft. schematic design for a restaurant in Dallas, Texas.

 

1988

UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS MEDICAL CENTER.  A playground for children. Houston, Texas.

 

1988

LAW SCHOOL, UNIVERSITY OF HOUSTON.  A multi-use addition to the Law School, including; 276 residential units, four law courts, and dining facilities, Houston, Texas.

 

1987

GARY ZIMMERMAN RESIDENCE. A 7,000 sq.ft. residence, Cape Cod, Hyannis Port, Massachusetts.

 

1987

WEST HOLLYWOOD CIVIC CENTER.  A multi-use masterplan for three city blocks in Los Angeles, California.  Buildings include: City Hall, a library, a fire station, 300 car parking garage, and a landscaped park.

 

1987

DR. MEDRANO RESIDENCE.  Schematic design for a 6,500 sq.ft. house, West University, Houston, Texas.

 

1986

CITY OF HEMET.  A masterplan for 10 city blocks:  A Multi-use Municipal government Center:  Hemet City, California.

 

1986

DR. MICHAEL GILLILAND RESIDENCE.   A 4,000 sq.ft. residence in Lake Jackson, Texas.

 

1986

LAKE GARDENS CLUB.  60,000 sq.ft. addition to an exclusive country club.  Associate architect:  Dr. Ken Yeang, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

 

1986

PERSHING SQUARE.  Masterplan for a 3 block square in downtown Los Angeles, to include:  restaurants, botanical gardens, administration building, and park.

 

1986

H.R.H. PRINCE ABDUL RAHMAN AL FAISAL PALACE.  75,000 sq.ft. residence in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.  (Interior Design consultant: Z/C, Inc.).

 

1985

SESQUICENTENNIAL BAYOU PARK.  Masterplan for a 15,000 sq.ft. museum, 8,000 sq.ft. restaurant, boat docks, amphitheater, and nature park.

 

1985

DR. WILLIAM LIPSKY CLINIC.  Ophthalmology Clinic and office addition Clear Lake Texas.

 

1985

PLANTATION PROFESSIONAL PARK.  The Masterplan, design, and construction for an 8.17 acre office park.  Scope:  15 medical buildings with 6 buildings in phase one, including; a pharmacy, dermatologist, 3 gynecologist offices, landscaped park and lake.  Lake Jackson, Texas.

 

1985

DAVENPORT RANCH CONDOMINIUM (Production Associates Z/C Inc.) 8.5 acre master plan subdivision in Austin, Texas including;  a clubhouse, 30 condominiums, pool and site amenities.

 

1985

HENKEL RESIDENCE.  A 6,000 sq.ft. residence on an 18 acre site over looking a 64 acre lake in Putnam County, New York.

 

1985

BAPTIST CHURCH.   A 15,000 sq.ft. addition to an existing church.  (Design consultant with architects Z/C Inc.). Dallas, Texas.

 

1985

KEES RESTAURANT.  A 5,000 sq.ft. Restaurant.  (Consultant with architects Z/C Inc.).  Lake Jackson, Texas.

 

1984

DR. KUMAR RESIDENCE.  7,000 sq.ft. house.  Sugarcreek, Texas.

 

1984

DR. FROST RESIDENCE.  5,500 sq.ft. house.  Lakes of Fondren, Texas.

 

1984

TOWN LAKE.  A 90 acre Masterplan, mixed-use office, housing, and shopping center,  Houston, Texas (Associated with Llewelyn- Davies Sahni Architects, Houston, Texas).  Luei Partnership.

 

1984

THE BOULEVARD.  A 75 acre masterplan, mixed-use development for Nualpha Corporation (Associated with Llewelyn-Davies Sahni, Architects, Houston, Texas).

 

1984

AUSTIN CITY HALL COMPETITION.  A 1 million square foot office and mixed-use project. (Joint venture with Charles Moore, Architect).

 

1984

GRACE DESIGNS FURNITURE.  Light Fixture in production: Distributed by Grace Designs.

 

1984

GRACE DESIGNS.  World Trade Center, Dallas, Texas.  3,000 sq.ft. Furniture Showroom (Associate Architect:  Ettore Sottsass, Milan, Italy).

 

1984

BILES AND ASSOCIATES, Houston, Texas.  10,000 sq.ft. interior space design (design consultant with WRJA).

 

1984

PIPERS MEADOW COMMUNITY CENTER, including:  fire station, offices, town meeting hall, and community pool extension.  Clear Lake, Texas (design consultant with WRJA).

 

1984

H.R. JOHNSON TILE SHOWROOM, Houston, Texas.

 

1984

HOUSE, Innovation in Housing Competition.

 

1984

LONE STAR FINANCIAL SERVICES, Houston, Texas (design consultant with WRJA).  20,000 sq.ft. office building.

 

1984

HOMESTEAD. Residence for Japan Architect, Japan.

 

1984

GREEK RESTAURANT.  Chicago, Illinois for Nick Nickolas.

 

1983

HOUSING COMPLEX.  Two Townhouses and Two detached Residential Units.  Houston, Texas.

 

1983

6 TOWNHOUSES:  Houston, Texas (design consultant with WRJA).

 

1982

HOUSING: 110 townhouse units for a competition on Lafayette Square, St. Louis Missouri.

 

1982

CHAMBERS CLINIC.  10,000 square foot office building.  Sugarland, Texas (design consultant with WRJA architects).

 

1982

TIRR:  THE INSTITUTE FOR RESEARCH & REHABILITATION.  Hospital renovation and addition of 26,000 square feet.  (Design Consultant WRJA Architects).  Houston, Texas.

 

1982

ZWEIG RENOVATION, RESIDENCE.  Houston, Texas.

 

1982

KEYDRILL:  Hotel for 84 people on an offshore jack-up oil rig.  (Design Consultant with WRJA Architects).  Houston, Texas.

 

1981

DR. PHILLIP PERIMAN, RESIDENCE, Amarillo, Texas.

 

1981

RESTAURANT, Portman Industries, Brenham, Texas.

 

1981

VIETNAM VETERANS MEMORIAL, A competition for Washington D.C.

 

1981

CUE:  (COUNTRY HOUSE, URBAN HOUSE, ESTATE) a competition residence, Texas.

 

1980

ASK:  ANNOTATED SYMBOLS KIT, Competition, Residence.

 

1980

MUSEUM:  SCHINSHENKU, JAPAN.  Competition.

 

1979

RESIDENCE DR. CYNTHIA SCHULEMAN, Bryan, Texas.

 

1979

SCHINSHENKU TOKYO, JAPAN, RESIDENCE, Competition.

 

1979

INTERNATIONAL LANDMARK COMPETITION.  Southern Cross, Melbourne, Australia.

 

1979

CUBE 3  RESIDENCE, Texas. Innovations in Housing Competition.

 

1979

LES HALLES INTERNATIONAL COMPETITION, Paris.

 

1978

RESIDENCE, RABBI ROY WALTER, Houston, Texas.

 

1978

PAHLAVI NATIONAL LIBRARY.  Iran, International Competition.

 

1977

HABS (HISTORIC AMERICAN BUILDING SURVEY), Calvert, Texas, Co-Supervisor with David Woodcock, Department Head TAMU, and Dr. John Garner, Historian.

 

1977

MINIMAL SURFACE STRUCTURE. Texas A&M University.

 

1977

ZWEIG RESIDENCE.  College Station, Texas.

 

1976

WALDEN HOUSE.  Single Family dwelling, Macon, Georgia.

 

1975

SIEGAL HOUSE ADDITION:  Solar Energy.  Long Island, New York.

 

1975

BRAZOS VALLEY ART CENTER, Bryan, Texas.   Programming and Schematic Design of a civic art center.

 

1973

ROUGH ROCK DEMONSTRATION SCHOOL, Chinle, Arizona.  Independent consulting architect for the Navajo Indian Reservation.  Housing alternatives proposed in conjunction with solar energy for space heating and cooling.

 

1969

PHOENIX FREE SCHOOL: Phoenix, Arizona. Pneumatic Structure for an elementary school.

 

1968

PLAYGROUND, PEOPLES PARK, Berkeley, California.  Children's playhouses.  Free-form, Ferro-cement.

 

PUBLICATIONS:

 

PUBLICATIONS REVIEWING: PROFESSIONAL WORK/ EXHIBITIONS:

 

Paper City:  4411 Announcement of engagement of PJZA to design art galleries + restaurant. March 2011.

 

Texas Architect: Publication of UHGBC by Geoffrey Brune. SHINTO. Houston, Texas. Fall 2009.

 

Wallpaper Houston Guide: Publication of best architecture projects in Houston: 4411 Montrose art galleries. Houston, Texas. Page 68. 2009

 

Texas Architect: Publication of the Texas Society of Architecture Award. SKYBOX: Living on the edge. Austin, Texas. May 2008.

 

Houston Chronicle. Article reviewing AIA Awards, SKYBOX: Grand Ideas, small building. May 7th, 2008.

 

Glass Act: The Courtyard House. PJZA. Houston Luxury, page 62 March 2008.

 

Construction Site = Art: Construction sites in Houston, Texas: 4411 Galleries and restaurant (pages: 40, 86, 98). Book by Valentin Gertsman. 2007.

 

ILLUMINATE: Lighting publication presenting JANUS et Cie Houston showroom. European publication. Calgary, 2007.

 

SOUTHERN ACCENTS: 4411 on Montrose. Anna Johnson article and interview. Page 116: W2-7January / February 2007.

CITE: In Pursuit of Frugal Beauty. Small houses for the Big City of Houston. Michelangelo Sabatini. The Courtyard House. PJZA. March 2007.

Jouer au Jardin: L’ombre du beton translucide. Bpz (Bill Price + Peter Zweig) A garden for the Chaumont-sur-Loire, France. Conservatoire International des Parcs et Jardins et du Paysage. Page 22-23. 2006.

 

Garden Design Journal: Playing in the Garden by Charles Hawes. Bpz (Bill Price + Peter Zweig) A garden for the Chaumont-sur-Loire, France. September 2006. Page 16-20.

 

ECONOMIST: Concrete Possibilities. An article on the innovations in concrete including the Chaumont Gardens use of translucent concrete. September 2006.

 

Johnson: Philip Johnson in Houston: Image and Imagination by Valentin Gertsman. 2006.

 

Interior Design Magazine: JANUS et Cie Houston Decorative Art Showroom. March 2006.

 

KM3:  MVRDV publication with Actar Press. The Los Angeles house PJZA in collaboration with Winy Maas. 2006.

 

Paper City:  Foreign Correspondence. Chaumont sur-Loire, France. bpz, May 2006 by Allie Nachtigall.

 

Gwangju Biennale: International bpz exhibition invited by the United States (five entries including Karim Rashid, Philippe Starck and IDEO) in Korea. Book: Light Into Life by Lee Soon-Jong. October, 2005.

 

Texas Architect: Publication of the Texas Society of Architecture Award. September 2005.

 

Collegium. Dream Builders. The process of responding to the design and construction of a Thailand Village housing project in Phang Tran after the Tsunami disaster. Samantha Fewox. Fall 2005, page 20/21.

 

Paper City:  4411 Art Galleries. July, 2005 by Catherine Anspon.

 

Arts Houston. 4411 Montrose: by Sam Houston, July, 2005.

 

Houston Chronicle. Article reviewing Art Galleries: “2 goes into 6 at 4411. Pam Johnson, May 6th, 2005.

 

Design net.  Tsunami Housing Proposal for an Adopted Village in Thailand. Korean magazine March, 2005. page 46.

 

Texas Architect.   American Institute of Architecture Merit Award. May / June page 12, 2005.

 

Texas Architect:  Tsunami Housing News Article. BPZ / U of H Thailand housing adopted village housing project. March 2005. page 10.

 

bRILLIANT:  The Zweig House: A life with Art. May, 2005.

 

Paper City:  Clyde Street House. An exploded Box. April, 2005.

 

Houston Chronicle: 4411 Montrose. The Exhibitionists. Cover Story / Art. Page 11, September 11th, 2005.

 

Art News. Drawing International Attention. 4411 Montrose. Catherine D. Anspon. March, 2004 page 74.

 

Arts Houston. 4411 Montrose: Changing the Houston Gallery Landscape by Rosemary Ponnekanti. June, 2003 page 10

 

Houston Business Journal. February 6th, 2003. Art Gallery, Houston, Texas

 

Philip Johnson and Texas.  Frank D. Welch, 2000.  University of Texas Press,  Austin, Texas.  Pages 197, 239.

 

InSync:  Insight on Peter Jay Zweig by Cathy Gordon.  Pages 86-88. Volume 2, No 3.  Feb/Mar 1999.

 

Philip Johnson: Life and Work.  Frank Schulze 1994. pg. 395.  Participation in the Museum of Modern Art Exhibition; “Deconstruction” 1994.

 

Houston Chronicle, Austin Statesman, Houston Post.  January 25, 1993.  Prototype House of the Future.

 

T.V. CHANNEL 2, 11, 13.  January 26, 1993.  Prototype house of the future.

 

Houston Post.  April 11, 1992.  An excerpt from an article:  style G-1, on the FAIA award, 1992.

 

Texas Architect.  May-June 1991.  Amarillo Research Center article by Joel Barna, editor.

 

Houston Chronicle.  May 6, 1991:  Business Section.  An article on the Santa Fe Hotel.  Singapore.

 

Architecture.  April, 1990.  A feature article on the Dr. Gilliland Residence.

 

Urban Design International.  Vol. 10.  Contemporary California Design Competitions.  Pershing Square and West Hollywood Civic Center publications.

 

Sottsass Associati.  Publication of Grace design's showroom. Rizzoli, 1988.

 

New York Times.  Review of "What Could Have Been". August 16, 1988,  page 17.

 

Washington Post.  November 1988.  Review of "What Could Have Been".

 

Metropolitan Homes.  A review of "What Could Have Been".  September 1988.

 

Houston Chronicle.  October 16, 1988.  Kolter Elementary School log addition.

 

Village Voice.  Philip Johnson by Michael Sorkin.  December 1, 1987.  Review of the Museum of Modern Art Exhibit, "Deconstruction".

 

Houston Post.  Design Today.  "Peter Jay Zweig, Born to be an Architect".  November 16, 1987, by Pam Lewis.

 

Architectural Record.  "What Could Have Been",  Exhibit Review by Joel Barna.  January 1987.

 

Houston Post.  November 10, 1986. TSA Award Publication for Grace Designs.

 

Texas Architect.  November, 1986.  Award Publication of Grace Designs, Dallas, Texas.

 

Texas Homes, May, l985.  Top 20 Leading Architects in Texas.

 

Progressive Architecture.  August l984 page 24-5. Austin City Hall Competition.

 

Interior Magazine.  February l985.  Review of Grace Designs/Memphis Showroom in Dallas, Texas.

 

American Monthly.  April 1984.  Russian publication prepared by the U.S. Information Agency.  A review of the "CABIN, TEMPLE, TRAILER" exhibition.

 

Texas Architect.  August l984.  Grace Designs/Memphis Showroom.

 

Houston Chronicle.  Ann Holmes. June 18, 1984.  Austin City hall  Competition.

 

Dallas Morning News, Austin Statesmen.  July, l984.  Grace Showroom.

 

Downtown Magazine.  July, l984.  Innovations in Housing.

 

Texas Architect.  July 1984.  Austin City Hall Competition.

 

New York Times.  February 9, l984.  Home Edition, Article by Joseph Giovannini.  Reference to Sunday Houses.

 

Texas Architect.  March 1982. "CUE" Residence.

 

Progressive Architecture.  January1982.  "CUE"Residence.  Awards Issue.

 

Progressive Architecture.  January 1981.  Review of Annotated Symbols Kit.  Awards Issue.

 

Texas Architect Magazine.  November 1979.  Cube 3 Residence.

 

Futurist.  1978  "Second Place Award",  World Graphics Competition.

 

Architectural Record.  December, 1975:  News Section Brazos Valley Art Center.

 

PUBLICATIONS OF STUDENT AWARDS:

 

 

ACSA Wood Competition, National Competition. Third Place. 1988.

 

ARCHITECTURAL RECORD Gazebo National Competition.  First Place.  March 1988.

 

ACSA 1987 Tile Competition Award

 

TEXAS ARCHITECT, September, 1985

 

ACSA Design and Energy Publication, 1983

 

ACSI Design and Energy Publications, 1981 International Publication of Mathlde-Rosenthal, 1981

 

AIA Solar Energy Designs. 1977.  Book on energy competition designs.

 

AD England, July, 1976.  "Redesign of the Whitehouse for the Bicentennial."

 

PUBLICATIONS OF THE TEXASTUDIO:

 

 

TEXAS ARCHITECT

January / February 2006. Page 31. Words of Wisdom: a quote on counsel for future architects.

 

CRIT MAGAZINE 29

November 1992, Page 18.  Prototype house of the future.

 

CRIT MAGAZINE 21

January 1989. Ornament workshop.

 

Horizon

March 1987:  Malaysia

 

Texas Architect

September 1985 (page 62-63)

 

Progressive Architecture

July, 1985

 

Dallas/Fort Worth:  Home Show

June 16, 1984 Ch 21 KTXA

 

PARADE:  Houston Chronicle

December 2, 1984 THE TEXAS HOME

 

Strides UHCCC

January 1984

 

Eyes of Texas

December 1983 Ch.2

 

Energy Newsletter UHCC

June l983

 

Dallas/Fort Worth:  Home Show

June 16, 1984 Ch 21 KTXA

 

PARADE:  Houston Chronicle

December 2, 1984 THE TEXAS HOME

 

Strides UHCCC

January 1984

 

Eyes of Texas

December 1983 Ch.2

 

Energy Newsletter UHCC

June 1983

 

PUBLICATIONS:

 

 

Chicago (CATALOG)

August 1982 Rizzoli

 

Texas Architect

December 1982

 

Texas Architect

January 1982

 

Texas Architect

November 1981

 

ACSA News

September, 1981

 

UH Horizons

September, 1981

 

Houston Chronicle

September, 1981

 

Houston Chronicle

July 31, 1981

 

PUBLICATIONS:  ARTICLES/BOOKS:

 

              ACSA INTERNATIONAL                     Publication of an article / juried paper

                                                                           Entitled, “Innovative Infrastructure”.                  

 

HOTEL

Forthcoming book: Published by Taylor and Francis: Routledge. 2011.

 

PHILIPPINES: Need + Desire

Published by President Arroyo and the Philippines Government

 

JAMES SURLS: SPLENDORA YEARS

Interview with Terrie Sultan on the collaboration of PJZA and James Surls in art and 3D simulations in “the cave”. Monograph from the Blaffer Gallery, Houston, Texas. Published 2005.

 

TRANSMATERIAL

Transbuoyant concrete. A passage in a book by Blair Brown. Princeton Architectural Press, February 2006.

 

ARTS HOUSTON

It’s All in the Pursuit by Peter Jay Zweig. June, 2003, page 38.

 

INTERNATIONAL SHOWROOM

Author John Beckman, 1994. Page 62-66.  Peter Joseph Gallery, New York

 

TEXAS ARCHITECT

January 1986.  Book Review: PRESENCE: THE TRANSCO TOWER by Philip Johnson and John Burgee, Steve Brandy, and Ann Holmes.

 

HOME SWEET HOME

1983 Book Published by Rizzoli.

 

MADE IN AMERICA

Publications with co-authors Charles Moore FAIA, Kathryn Smith, and Peter Becker.  Excerpt with Bruce Webb.

 

TEXAS ARCHITECT

"Gone to Texas: A search for the Symbolic Landscape", November 1982 Co-author Bruce Webb.

 

TEXAS ARCHITECT

"Houston How and Why":  October 1984, co-author,  John Kaliski.

 

LECTURE TOURS

              2012    BARCELONA, SPAIN. Presenter at the ACSA International Conference

                          on  Change, Architecture, Education, Practice. (juried publication).

 

2010

SCOTTSDALE MUSEUM OF CONTEMPORARY ART. Panel with Will Bruder to discuss the exhibition, Paolo Soleri: Bridges.

 

 

2010

ICONUS. Keynote speaker at an International Conference on Sustainable Cities. Hong Kong.

 

 

2010

HALL OF HONOR: THINK TANK. Conrad N. Hilton College of Restaurant and Management. Invited panelist on the Hospitality Industry response to sustainability in architecture.  

 

 

2010

HAWAII EIGHTH ANNUAL ARTS & HUMANITIES CONFERENCE. Cultural Sustainability. Speaker: “Upcycling”. PJZA (a juried paper). 

 

 

2010

KEYNOTE SPEAKER: Robert Thayer Lecturer: “Landscape of the Mind”. UC Davis. Sacramento, California.  

 

 

2010

ASIA: Import / Export. A panel discussion at the University of Houston with a presentation: “Universal Regionalists”.   

 

 

2009

HAWAII SEVENTH ANNUAL ARTS & HUMANITIES CONFERENCE. Speaker: PJZA (a juried paper). “An Epiphany”.

 

 

2008

HAWAII SIXTH ANNUAL ARTS & HUMANITIES CONFERENCE. Speaker: PJZA (a juried paper). 

 

 

2007

ARCHITECTURAL TECTONICS. Speaker: Performance.  (A juried paper with publication). Eindhoven, Netherlands.

 

 

2008

HAWAII FIFTH ANNUAL ARTS & HUMANITIES CONFERENCE. Speaker: PJZA (a juried paper). 

 

 

2007

HOKKAIDO. Sapporo, Japan. Lecture Tour invitation by the Japanese Consulate. Four lecture / workshop programs.

 

 

2007

HAWAII EDUCATION CONFERENCE. Speaker: Mass Customization (a juried paper). 

 

 

2006

HAWAII FOURTH ANNUAL ARTS & HUMANITIES CONFERENCE. Speaker for BPZ: Xtreme Materials (a juried paper with co-presenter Bill Price). 

 

 

2005

INDUSTRIAL DESIGN CONFERENCE. Co-Principal, Bill Price with Eunsook. Presentation to the National Conference of Industrial Designers, Washington, D.C.  

 

 

2005

HAWAII THIRD ANNUAL ARTS & HUMANITIES CONFERENCE. Speaker on Virtual Architecture as a New Media (juried paper). 

 

 

1999

INTERNATIONAL DESIGN CONFERENCE.  Aspen Colorado.  Scholarship.

 

 

1998

CHARLES MOORE FOUNDATION.  Speaker at a conference on architectural education.

 

 

1997

UNIVERSITY OF GUANAJUATO. Keynote speaker. Mexico.

 

 

1997

UNIVERSITY OF MORELIA. Lecturer. Mexico.

 

 

1997

CHARLES MOORE FOUNDATION:  Speaker at the symposium and at the UT Austin University Legacy Panel.

 

 

1996

UNIVERSITY OF OXACA. Keynote speaker and lecturer. Mexico.

 

 

1996

CONTEMPORARY ARTS MUSEUM.  Keynote speaker on Space, Time, Buddhism, and the art of Hiroshi Sugimoto.

 

 

1996

TAKARA GALLERY.  Speaker on Japanese Architecture:  the path of Buddhism and Shinto.

 

 

1993

NATIONAL AIA JUROR FOR URBAN DESIGN, Washington, D.C.

 

 

1992

UNIVERSITY OF NEW MEXICO at San Miguel de Allende, Mexico.  A  two week symposium with Charles Moore and Ricardo Legoretta.

 

 

1992

LOUISIANA TECH UNIVERSITY.  One week workshop/lecture to build a house, full scale in cardboard, with 100 students.  Ruston, Louisiana.

 

 

1991

QINGHUA UNIVERSITY.  A lecture with Charles Moore in Bejing, China.

 

 

1991

LOUISIANA TECH UNIVERSITY.  One week lecture/exhibition to build a city for an environmental symposium, Ruston, Louisiana.

 

 

1991

LSU.  Visiting Critic/Lecture, Baton Rouge, Louisiana.

 

 

1990

LOUISIANA TECH UNIVERSITY.  A three day charette and lecture for "HABITAT."

 

 

1990

UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT AUSTIN.  A visiting professor for the spring semester.

 

 

1990

UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS.  Lawrence, Kansas. Visiting lecture with Aldo Rossi.

 

 

1989

UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT ARLINGTON.  Visiting critic for two months.  Dean Ed Baum.

 

 

1988

YALE UNIVERSITY.  Visiting critic, Professor Kent Bloomer.

 

 

1988

ASIA SOCIETY. Keynote speaker.

 

 

1988

AIA AUSTIN CHAPTER. Co-Juror.

 

 

1988

HISD. Teachers Seminar, Keynote speaker.

 

 

1987

MEMPHIS AIA.  the Keynote speaker.

 

 

1987

SEATTLE DESIGN CENTER NORTHWEST.  Keynote speaker.

 

 

1987

UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT ARLINGTON.  Visiting critic.

 

 

1986

AMERICAN JEWISH COMMITTEE.  Escorted trip to Israel to speak with the Prime Minister and the Cabinet.

 

 

1986

CONDES, WORLD TRADE CENTER, Dallas, Texas.  Panel speaker with Michael Graves, James Wines (Site, Inc.), Ettore Sottsass (Memphis).

 

 

1986

UHCC/Austin:  12-day field trip to Mexico 1986-1995

 

 

1985

ARCHITECTURAL ASSOCIATION.  London, England.

 

 

1985

LOUISIANA TECH.  Visiting Critic with Charles Gwathmey and Amos Rappaport.

 

 

1984

UT Austin: Co-Lecture with Charles Moore.

 

 

1984

RICE UNIVERSITY.  Houston, Texas. Lecture on"REGIONALISM".

 

 

1983

HARVARD UNIVERSITY. Boston, Massachusetts. Visiting Critic in the graduate studio.

 

 

1983

UCLA, Los Angeles, California. AMERICAN ARCHITECTURE.  Conference Speaker.

 

 

1982

Arts Symposium of Houston, Texas. Lectures entitled, "TEXAS ARCHITECTURE".

 

 

1975

World Future Society, Washington D.C. Conference Speaker, "HISTORY OF THE FUTURE".

 

 

1974

Syracuse University, School of Architecture, New York. "DESIGN; FUNCTION FOLLOWS FORM".

 

 

EXHIBITIONS

 

 

2010

UHGBC: Disaster Relief Pallet, UPCYCLING. BPZ.

 

 

2009

SHINTO: U of H, COA. Shower, Sink, Toilet.

 

 

2005

Gwangju Biennale. BPZ international exhibition representing the USA (One of five entries including Kharim Rashid and IDEO).

 

 

2005

Arc-en-Reve, Museum. Bourdeaux, France. BPZ “Furniture as Landscape” contribution to a larger exhibition by Bill Price, “NSEW” that will travel to the Tate Modern, London. Catalog. 

 

 

1999

MEMPHIS MUSEUM. Memphis, Tennessee. The faćade of the Grace Designs Showroom was purchased with funds by the Memphis Museum for permanent acquisition by the Museum.

 

 

1997

VIRTUAL REALITY. Collaboration with Mikal Rovner on 3D immersion for museum exhibition.

 

 

1997

VIRTUAL REALITY. Collaboration with James Surls on 3D exhibition for museums. Virtual animation with sound in 3D space.

 

 

1993

Prototype House of the Future.  Houston, Texas, and Louisiana.

 

 

1991

DIFFA, Texas, Invited Chair exhibition.

 

 

1991

Lawndale, Texas. Invitation Exhibition, "DAY OF THE DEAD". Co-artist James Surls.

 

 

1990

American Institute of Architecture.  Co-curator with Charles Moore: 1992 Chicago World's Fair, Octagon Building, Washington D.C.

 

 

1988

Museum; Cooper-Hewitt, New York City;  Musee Des Arts, Montreal; Oakland Museum, California:  Octagon AIA, Washington, D.C. "What Could Have Been: American Architecture of the 1980's".  Curator.

 

 

1987

Art Institute of Chicago:  High Museum, Atlanta;  Memphis Brooks.

 

 

1986

UT Austin, Condes, Dallas;  Wilsons, Houston.  "The Village Goes West."  Co-curator with Charles Moore.

 

 

1984

TEXAS SOCIETY OF ARCHITECTS.  Albert Thomas Convention Center, "Wanderwall" Exhibit.

 

 

1984

LAGUNA ART MUSEUM.  "American Domestic Architecture: Cabin, Temple, Trailer", Co-curator with Charles Moore.

 

 

1983

Los Angeles Institute of Contemporary Arts.  Texas Townsquares and Sunday Houses. Charles Moore Co-curator.

 

 

1982

Art Institute of Chicago.  Juried exhibition with the Texas Studio.  Walter Netsch, Visiting Critic.

 

 

1982

Contemporary Arts Museum,  Houston, Texas.  "Visions and Revisions."  Group Exhibition. WRJA Architects.

 

 

1976

Photographic Exhibition:  "Evolution of Four Texas Cities."  140 prints. B&W 2'x2'.  Exhibit TAMU.

 

 

1975

Student Council on National Affairs.  SCONA XX.  "America:  the Next Three Hundred Years."  Exhibit on Future cities.

 

 

1970

Syracuse University.  School of Architecture, New York.  Exhibition and design sponsored by SU.  Plastic polyethylene construction.

 

 

 

ARCHITECTURAL EXPERIENCES

 

 

4/74-present

PETER JAY ZWEIG, Architects, Principal.

 

 

6/72-9/72

SITE INC., N.Y. Attn:  James Wines, Served as Co-Director.  Responsibilities included; client relations, office administration, and design.

 

 

6/69-4/71

PAOLO SOLERI. Architect, Scottsdale, Arizona.  Experiences included; rendering, drafting, construction, exhibition at the Whitney Museum in New York, and model building.

 

 

 

ACADEMIA

 

 

9/80-present

UNIVERSITY OF HOUSTON.  Director of the "Texastudio," Visiting Critics Program.  Tenured, Professor.

 

 

1993

GREENWOOD AWARD:  Presented by the Mayor of Houston for National Recognition in Teaching.

 

 

1992

UNIVERSITY OF HOUSTON, Distinguished Teaching Award: "Teaching Excellence Award".

 

 

1989

UNIVERSITY OF HOUSTON, College of Architecture, Teaching Excellence Award: 1989

 

 

6/86-9/86

TIEC/ITM , Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.  Visiting Professor.

 

 

1983

HARVARD UNIVERSITY.  Visiting Critic Program with Peter Waldman.

 

 

6/81-8/81

UNIVERSITY OF ROME, Italy, Visiting Professor - UHCC, Italian Program.

 

 

9/74-1/80

TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY. Graduate Department of Architecture.  Assistant Professor, Department Head: Professor David Woodcock.

 

 

8/71-1/72

SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY, School of Architecture, Syracuse,  New York.  Teaching Assistant.

 

 

COORDINATOR OF THE U of H GRADUATE VISITING CRITICS PROGRAM:

 

               TEXAS STUDIO WORKSHOPS:

 

 

2008

Maarten Baas. Decorative Arts. Eindhoven, Netherlands.

 

 

2006

Mr. Takabe. The Slow House, Japan.

 

 

2005

Front Inc.: Marc Simmons, NYC.

 

 

2005

MVRDV. Winy Maas, Architect, Rotterdam.

 

 

2003

Gaetano Pesce, Artist, Architect, Paris, NYC, Brazil

 

 

2002

1996

Marcel Wanders, Industrial Design, Amsterdam

James Surls, Artist

 

 

1995

Robert Wilson

 

 

1988

Charles Moore, FAIA

Kent Bloomer, YALE

Arthur Anderson, AIA

Dick Peters, AIA

 

 

1985

J. B. Jackson

Kent Bloomer, Yale

Michael Graves, FAIA

Charles Moore, FAIA

Peter Schneider, Dean

 

 

1984

Phillip Johnson, FAIA

Michael Graves, FAIA

Charles Moore, FAIA

Dick Peters, AIA

 

 

1983

Charles Moore, FAIA

J.B. Jackson

Ralph Knowles, FAIA

 

 

1982

Charles Moore, FAIA

Ian McHarg, Landscape Architect

Michael Graves, FAIA

O'Neil Ford, FAIA

 

 

1981

Walter Netsch, FAIA

Frank Welch, FAIA

Paul Rudolph, FAIA

Charles Moore, FAIA

 

 

1980

Richard Meier, FAIA

George Nakashima

 

 

ACADEMIC AWARDS:  STUDENT COMPETITIONS

 

 

Chantal Papp

ACSA  National Wood Competition:  Third Place ($500.00), 1990.

 

 

William Williams

Heritage Square, Sam Houston Park, Houston, Texas.  Gateway Competition ($1,000.00).  Design to be constructed with $300,000 Budget by the sons of the American Revolution, 1990.

 

 

Jesus Porraras

Vermont Gazebo Competition.  National First Place Award ($450.00), 1989.

 

 

Hai Long

NIAE:  "Timbuktu University Competition", International Award for 1987 William Van Allen Memorial Fellowship ($750), 1988.

 

 

Hai Long

Scholarship for the 1987 Tile Competition.  Jury: Stanley Tigerman, Peter Eisenman, Charles Moore, 1987.

 

 

George Hallowell

Ken Roberts

Karen Braitmeyer

First Place in the National Competition for Wallcovering. ($2,500.00)  Exhibit at Neocom 1985, Chicago, Illinois.

 

 

Veronica Becnel

Texas Architectural Foundation Grant for $1,500.00 to research Texas Architecture:  Faculty Sponsor.

 

 

Karen Barrett

1982/1983 Thesis award for 5th year, UHCC undergraduate best juried thesis project.

 

 

Kurt Hull

Steve Edwards

Three Honorable Mentions in the International Design Competition: Mathidele-Rosenthal, Germany Projects exhibited in Germany, 1981.

 

 

Chris Petrash

1980/82 Thesis Awards

 

 

Carlos Jimenez

For 5th year UHCC undergraduates

 

 

James Lyman

Best Juried

 

 

Sammy D'Amico Mark Nolen

Thesis Project. 1981

 

 

Joyce Rosner

3rd Year Graduate Studio:  UHCC ACSA:  tied for 2nd (top award in the National Design and Energy 1981 Student Design Competition.  Projects exhibited at the ACSA National Convention, 1981).

 

 

Carlton Fuqua

National Institute for Architectural Education:  NIAE 1978.

 

 

Ted Shelton

Gary Owens

Southern Baptist Convention: 1977

 

 

Hector Lasalla

Eric Denieve

AIA Solar Concepts in Energy Design 1976

 

 

Henry Wong

Reynolds Aluminum 1976

 

 

WORKSHOP PROGRAMS

 

 

2006

LYONS FRANCE. International workshop with the Grand Atelier Lyons. Workshop with the U of H program. 

 

 

2004

VENICE BIENNALE. International Jury for the National Museum of Art, Taiwan.

 

 

2002

ITECH. Symposium keynote speaker. University of Houston.

 

 

2001

AIA ARCHITECTURE AWARD. Juror: Dallas AIA Architectural Awards.

 

 

1999

AIA ARCHITECTURE AWARD. Juror: Alabama Architectural Awards.

 

 

1998

AIA ARCHITECTURE AWARD. Juror: AIA Austin Chapter. Texas Architecture design awards.

 

 

1994

URBAN DESIGN AWARDS.  A keynote speaker at the National American Institute of Architecture Convention.

 

 

1993

AIA NATIONAL HONOR AWARD.  Juror: National Urban Design Award.

 

 

1992

PROTOTYPE HOUSE OF THE FUTURE.  Workshop at Louisiana Tech University.

 

 

1990

HABITAT for the humanities: charette program to design and build a low cost house for Louisiana Tech University.

 

 

1989

ACSA National Paper in Chicago Illinois.  Co-author with Charles Moore, Wayne Attoe. "Urban Coherence in a Pluralistic Society". Refereed paper.

 

 

1988

Kent University. Computer and the Design Process. October 1987. Co-Author, Betty Bollinger.  Refereed paper.

 

 

1987

Advisory Board for the University of Maine.

 

 

1986

Texas Homes, Jury Member for the Design Awards Program.

 

 

1986

Panel Symposium Speaker with Michael Graves, Charles Gwathmey, James Wines, and Ettore Sottsass.

 

 

1984

Energy laboratory, UHCC. Seminar on "Sunday Houses".

 

 

1983

ACSA Regional Meeting, Symposium Speaker on Texas townsquares.

 

 

1982

NCARB Grading for the National architectural license.  Chicago, Illinois.  Municipal Airport, Design, and Site Planning Examination.

 

 

1982

Energy Laboratory, UHCC, "A Texas Architecture", Seminar.

 

 

1979

Gulf State Utilities Program for, "Solar Energy Applications for Residential Design in Texas."

 

 

1979

NCARB Preparatory Test for The National Architectural Licensing Exam.  Simulated Design Examination:  NCARB Participants.

 

 

1979

American Association of Housing:  Refereed paper - "Housing-Case Study, 1980 Paradigm".

 

 

1979

Cranbrook Academy of Art, Detroit Michigan.  Teachers Seminar on Design.  Charles Moore and Robert Stern, coordinators.