An. Arch. at ArCH

You’re invited to the 2011 Animal Architecture Awards opening at the Architecture Center Houston on Jan. 19th, 2012.


You’re invited to the 2011 Animal Architecture Awards opening  at the Architecture Center Houston on Jan. 19th, 2012. If you are in the Houston Area please swing by for a visit to see the award winning projects and to say Hello! Additionally Ned Dodington, Chief Editor of Animal Architecture, will be delivering a short lecture followed by panel discussion with other members of the Animal Architecture Awards Jury, again at the Architecture Center, on February 2nd, 2012. The Architecture Center is located at 315 Capitol, Suite 120 Houston, Texas 77002. Please visit their website for more information or contact us directly at


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