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On the boards…The Church at Cross Lake

Lake View of Baptismal Pool and Plaza

August 8, 2014 | Posted by: Chrystal Cole

Schematic Design Complete The Church at Cross Lake (formerly known as Terra Verde Church) has just finished with schematic design of phase one of their campus. Location The church campus will be located on the beautiful 53 acres of land on the Southwest corner of Cypress-Rosehill Road and Juergen Road. Phase One The new planned…

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Falling Water Takes 1st Runner Up

Falling Water Gingerbread

December 20, 2013 | Posted by: The INsite Team

Intern’s Design Awarded 1st Runner Up INsite Architecture’s Interior Design intern, Rebeka Flamenco and a team of Interior Design students from The Art Institute of Houston entered AIA Houston Chapter’s 5th Annual Gingerbread Build-Off on Saturday December 14, 2013. With over 30 competing teams, their interpretation of Frank Lloyd Wright’s masterpiece, Falling Water won 1st…

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Thinking Outside the Loop

AIA Houston Thinking Outside Loop

June 13, 2013 | Posted by: The INsite Team

INsite Architecture hosted AIA Houston event! Charles Browne, AIA Houston President, and Rusty Bienvenue, AIA Houston CEO, were delighted by the presentation hosted by INsite Architecture for the first of the “Thinking Outside the Loop” series on June 12, 2013.  Thank you to all who attended the event! Antonio Flamenco, AIA, presented some current master…

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Overcoming Challenges for Multi-Family Development Projects Entering the City of Houston’s Planning Department

PERFORMANCE SITE PLAN-2011-08-09 resized

August 10, 2011 | Posted by: The INsite Team

Obtaining Coveted Building Permit It seems multi-family developments have gone through some challenging steps in the City of Houston’s planning department in order to obtain that coveted building permit. Upstart Advantage in the Approval Process The process of weaving your way through the City of Houston usually starts with a meeting with the city planners…

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A Brief Primer on Undeveloped Land and Platting

Platted or Not

May 24, 2011 | Posted by: Glen Morgenweck, RA, LEED AP

What is Platting? As the economy turns the corner and development begins increasing, one critical aspect for clients to understand is “platting”. You say, what is “platting”? In a nut shell, platting is the legal process in which “raw or unclassified land” is designated for a specific purpose. In Texas, the cities are spreading out…

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