We are very happy to announce that h+uo architects’ project, the Sparky Park Building Rehabilitation, has won a 2016 Preservation Merit Award!
The Preservation Austin jury absolutely loved this project and its impact on the surrounding neighborhood community. The award will be presented to the City of Austin Parks and Recreation Department (PARD), at an awards luncheon.
Tickets are on sale for the community to attend the 56th Annual Preservation Awards Celebration at the Driskill Hotel on Friday, October 28th. h+uo architects is proud of the many hours of creative energy, vision, and care poured into this neighborhood revitalization project in collaboration with PARD, Warden Construction, and the North University Neighborhood Association
One of our on-going projects, located in Humble, Texas, is The Groves. It is a large master planned community with Phase I well underway. We previously completed the Welcome Center, and the Phase II “Fish Camp” amenity is under construction.
We are currently in the design phase for the future swimming pool amenity, also located further down the meandering waterway, from the Fish Camp.
We have enjoyed working with Crescent Communities, the forward-thinking developer of the project, as well as TBG Partners, the very talented land planning and landscape architecture firm responsible for the exceptional site design and unusually wooded neighborhood. Stay tuned for more updates on this project!
One of our projects, the Athena Montessori Academy, here in Austin, Texas, was mentioned in the How We Montessori blog highlighting inspirational Montessori school kitchens. Their mission is to guide and encourage the natural development of students in a Montessori learning community.
The founder of Athena Montessori and Head of School, Lisl Friday, is a long-time friend of Tom Hatch, the Partner in Charge of the project and our firm’s founder. Architect Kelly Stephenson, the Project Manager, and Lisl are also related through marriage.
h+uo architects is glad to have and build new community relationships and often times our clients end up like family.
You can see the full article HERE.