Will T. Cannady

Rice Architecture Announces William T. Cannady Hall

Apr. 17, 2019
We are pleased to announce the William T. Cannady Hall. With a generous lead gift from Emeritus Professor William T. Cannady, we are planning the imminent construction of the William T. Cannady Hall, just west of our current home, Anderson Hall, with groundbreaking tentatively scheduled for June 2020. 
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Rice Architecture Students Will Letchinger and Jonathan Wilkinson Win Chambord Inachevé Prize

Apr. 08, 2019
Rice Architecture students Will Letchinger and Jonathan Wilkinson were recently selected as one of the winning teams for the Chambord Inachevé Prize for their project, Après de Déluge, from Nicholas Gilliland and John J. Casbarian's Totalization (Paris) studio.

Archi-Arts Highlights Inter-Disciplinary Art Forms

Apr. 08, 2019
Archi-Arts, an inter-disciplinary exhibition hosted by Rice Architecture Society, temporarily tranformed Anderson Hall into a gallery for artworks and musical perfomances. The exhibition included "Tape Tape Tape Tape Tape," an installation of parallel lines of tape covering Anderson's Jury Room.

Senior Lecturer Christof Spieler Quoted in Op-Ed on the Houston Botanic Garden

Apr. 08, 2019
A recent op-ed by Sheryl Tucker de Vazquez in The Houston Chronicle analyzes West 8's latest renderings for the Houston Botanic Garden, with a particular focus placed on the design's impact on an existing right-of-way used by local residents.

Swamplot Blog to End Publication

Apr. 08, 2019
12 years after founding Swamplot, a local website covering Houston's real estate landscape, Rice Architecture's Larry Albert has announced that the site will cease publication.

Assistant Professor Jesús Vassallo Weighs in on Potentials of Wood Construction

Apr. 06, 2019
A recent increase in the International Building Code height allowance for wooden buildings could drastically change the primary construction methods used in high-rises.

Seriously Architecture Article Discusses Associate Professor Reto Geiser's Book

Apr. 06, 2019
A recent "Seriously Architecture" article discusses Associate Professor Reto Geiser's book, Giedion and America: Repositioning the History of Modern Architecture.

Stephen Fox Quoted in Article on O'Neil Ford

Apr. 06, 2019
Trinity University Associate Professor Kathryn E. O'Rourke's upcoming book, "O'Neil Ford on Architecture," examines the late architect's work within the context of San Antonio.

Albert Pope, Sarah Nichols, and Jesús Vassallo to Speak at Cultures of Energy 8 Event

Apr. 06, 2019
Gus Sessions Wortham Professor Albert Pope, Gus Wortham Assistant Professor Jesús Vassallo, and Visiting Studio Professor Sarah Nichols will be speaking at the Cultures of Energy 8 on Friday, April 12th at 9:30 a.m.
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