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On the boards…custom beach house!

Red Frog Beach Panama

August 2, 2016 | Posted by:

Sketches Convey Preliminary Design Concept The architect uses massing studiesto convey to the owners the preliminary design concept of their modern beach house tucked onto this secluded beachfront property on Red Frog Beach in Panama to maximize location on property, views and ocean breezes.  

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Hiring – Senior Architect

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June 29, 2016 | Posted by:

INsite Architecture is looking for a highly motivated technical oriented individual who is able to work both self-directed and on a team. We are seeking a forward thinking professional to help us positively impact the community that we live in with architecture.   Required Qualifications: Registration in Texas Professional or Master’s Degree in Architecture 10…

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The Boardwalk at Towne Lake – A Waterfront Development

January 21, 2016 | Posted by:

INsite Architecture – part of the Master Planning / Architecture team for award winning community… Towne Lake, a Caldwell Companies development, recipient of 2 GHBA “Houston’s Best”  Awards – Best Planned Community under 2500 acres in 2009 and Master-Planned Community of the Year in 2012! The Boardwalk at Towne Lake, a mixed used waterfront development…

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Barnhouse & Bluebonnets…

Barnhouse and bluebonnets

April 16, 2015 | Posted by:

Barnhouse design INsite Architecture Nestled on a rolling hill surrounded by bluebonnets in Chappell Hill, Texas this barnhouse provides a crozy place to shelter after a day of working the land!

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On the boards…The Church at Cross Lake

Lake View of Baptismal Pool and Plaza

August 8, 2014 | Posted by:

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:

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:

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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Bicycle Ride Houston to Austin – BP MS 150

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April 29, 2013 | Posted by:

Rosal Rides Again! Congratulations to INsite’s own, Carlos Rosal for riding his bicycle 160 miles from Houston to Austin in the BP MS 150 April 20-21, 2013!  Carlos said this year “God and the wind were in their favor” as they rode to raise funds for National MS Society!  This is Carlos’ 6th year to participate in…

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Architecture and Soccer

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March 7, 2013 | Posted by:

Congratulations, Rebeka Flamenco! The Houston Aces, Houston’s only women’s professional soccer team recently announced  the addition of one of INsite Architecture’s very own to their 2013 roster ! Congratulations to Rebeka Flamenco, INsite Architecture’s interior design intern! Raw Talent and Determination 2013-houston-aces-elite-roster

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Sustainable and Permeable Pavement Systems

Permeable Good Idea

February 21, 2013 | Posted by:

Lunch & Learn The INsite team recently had a lunch reviewing Sustainable and Permeable Pavement Systems (1) presented by Jamie Jenkins, a Commercial Hardscapes consultant for Jewell, an Oldcastle company.  Permeable interlocking concrete pavement (PICP) is a sustainable system that can eliminate the need for detention creating more useable area on a property. Although there…

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