Gingerbread Build Off 2015

This past weekend, BRAVE/Architecture participated in the 7th annual AIA Gingerbread Build Off. This marks the 4th year that BRAVE has participated the competition and while the weather may not have been the most ideal, the team...

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Journeys

6 March 15


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#cherryblossom #houston #hermannpark #lunchbreak

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The Nike Airmax One

6 February 15

The Nike Airmax One

It’s no secret that I am a huge fan of sneakers, especially running shoes. I wanted to share a great video about my favorite sneaker of all time: The Nike Air Max One.

Designed in 1987 by Tinker...

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2014 TSA Convention :: Imagine Houston

Check out the promotional video for the 2014 TSA Convention :: Imagine Houston.
It includes a preview of some of the architectural tours offered around town and a few clips of BRAVE / Architecture’s very own Val Glitsch!...

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HISD Parker Elementary School :: Community Presentation

We recently presented preliminary concepts to the Westbury community regarding the new Parker Elementary School. The presentation began with an introduction of the design team and advisory team members and followed with a presentation of the proposed site and the...

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Gingerbread Build Off 2013

In December, our office participated in the 5th annual AIA Gingerbread Build-Off. We wanted to present a design that would reference the profile of an archetypal gingerbread house without approaching it with traditional means.

By splicing and...

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Call It Street Art, Call It Fine Art, Call It What You Know

Last week, a group of locally recognized graffiti and mural artists opened an exhibition showcasing their work. Situated in the Station Museum of Contemporary Art, the artists were confined to a much different environment, with blank white walls and limited...

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