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2011 Spring Final Reviews - 1st Year - Thursday 28 April

2011 Spring Final Reviews - 2nd Year - Friday 29 April

2011 Spring Final Reviews - 3rd Year - Monday 2 May

2011 Spring Final Reviews - Graduate Studios - Tuesday 3 May


Guest Reviewers

  1. Charles Cadenhead
  2. Sara Bullington
  3. Lancelot Coar
  4. Marcella del Signore
  5. George Gintole
  6. Edgar Stach
  7. Stephen Levy
  8. Dan Hart
  9. HKS Architects



Guest Reviewer Biographies

Charles Cadenhead

Charles D. Cadenhead, FAIA, FACHA, is a senior principal and senior medical planner with WHR Architects. Mr. Cadenhead is a Fellow in the American College of Critical Care Medicine (ACCM). Mr. Cadenhead in known for his commitment to the ideals and practice of multi-professional critical care and has been applauded for his achievements in fostering the ideals of critical care through his contributions.


Sara Bullington

Sara Bullington, an alumnus of Texas Tech, having received both her BS and MARCH, was not only on the dean's list but was also a Member and Secretary of Tau Sigma Delta. Since graduation, she has worked for HOK's Houston office where she is a BIM Coordinator, Lab Planner, and Medical Planner. She is actively involved in the AIA's Academy of Architecture for Health where she holds a position as a Task Force Member for the Steris Student Design Charrette which happens annually at the national Healthcare Design Conference.


Lancelot Coar

Lancelot Coar is an Assistant Professor of Architecture at the University of Manitoba, and a resident researcher at CAST. His work at CAST focuses on innovative uses of conventional building materials in order to develop new architectural and structural potentials. His research has led to the development of building systems using fabric formed concrete, fabric reinforced concrete, fabric reinforced ice structures, and flexible wood and steel structural systems. Professor Coar worked in both architecture and engineering practices prior to teaching. He received Bachelor of Science degrees in Architectural Engineering and in Civil Engineering at Drexel University, and later received his Master in Architecture from the University of California at Berkeley. His work has been featured in a wide range of publications and exhibited in museums and galleries in Paris, New York, Philadelphia, Washington DC, and Winnipeg. He is also a founding partner in Co|Re Collaborative and a member of the performance art collective The Abzurbs.


Marcella del Signore

Marcella del Signore is a Assistant Professor of Architecture at Tulane University. As a student she studied at Columbia University in New York City, Universita' La Sapienza, L. Quaroni School of Architecture in Rome and E.T.S.A.M., Universidad Politecnica de Madrid. She has taught at Architectural Association, LSU and Barnard + Columbia Architecture and worked with Richard Meier & partners, Eisenman Architects, B. Fox Associates and Labics Architects. She has been published widely and has received many honors and awards.


George Gintole

George Gintole is an Associate Professor in the School of Architecture at University of Texas at Arlington. He studied architecture at both the Cooper Union and Princeton University and has lectured or served as invited juror at Cranbrook Academy of Art, Rhode Island School of Design, UT-Austin, and at Carleton, Edinburgh, Princeton, Rice, and Yale Universities. His previous professional experience was with several offices including I. M. Pei and Partners, and Skidmore, Owings, and Merrill, New York. Professor Gintole has had works published in Letter Arts Review, Calligraphy Review, Texas Architect, The Princeton Journal, Lotus International and The Education of an Architect I.


Edgar Stach

Edgar Stach, Associate Professor is currently a James R. Cox Professor at University of Tennessee, Knoxville. Stach's research focuses on smart structures and sustainability. Professor Stach is the founder of the studio Smart Structures and principal at Stach & Klinkhammer architects based in Weimar, Germany. His focus on materials, technology and sustainability is supported through a mode of working that combines practice, teaching and research.


Stephen Levy

Stephen Levy, AIA, NCARB is a graduate of Texas Tech University and is the owner of Levy Architects in Austin, Texas. His attention to detail and innovative designs have earned him recognition in the Austin Business Journal as a Top 25 Architect for three consecutive years. Levy’s work has been lauded and published in industry publications, such as Texas Architect, Green Business Quarterly, and Construction Leaders Today.


Dan Hart

Dan Hart, AIA, PE, graduated from Texas Tech in both Architecture and Civil Engineering, specializing in structural design. He is a registered professional in both fields and leads the community practice studio within Parkhill, Smith & Cooper in Midland where he focuses particularly on buildings for communities of faith. He is a partner with the firm and began his 19 years with PSC in structural engineering and has been practicing architecture for the last 15 years. Mr. Hart has served on professional committees for the Texas Board of Architectural Examiners and the Texas Board of Professional Engineers. He has also actively served the Texas Society of Architects in many capacities including treasurer, Vice-President for Outreach, chair of the Design Awards Committee, West Texas director, and as president of the West Texas chapter. Dan Hart is currently the President of TSA.


HKS Architects

HKS is an international architecture firm with 22 offices worldwide. They have done many projects of varying scales and programs all over the world, having worked in 65 different countries including projects within 1,038 cities in 46 states in the US. HKS has won many awards and strives to remain an industry leader in design and business. We are excited to welcome 6 members of the HKS team into our community reviews this semester: Ron Gover, Debajyoti Pati, Brent Sparks, Norman Morgan, Francis Sapienza, and David Vincent.