Studio RED Principal Bill Neuhaus will be honored by AIA Houston with the Lifetime Achievement Award on Tuesday, Dec. 13 at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston. Bill is being honored for his distinguished architectural career that has spanned many decades, as well as his dedication toward mentoring young, up-and-coming architects throughout Houston.
“Looking at the website of the MFA AIA Design Collection, I am honored and pleased to be included with a group off architects who have had a positive impact on the quality of life in Houston,” Bill says of the honor.
“Many had a direct impact on me by either working together, mentoring or allowing me to learn from their ethics, creativity and intellect. It is clear this award is because of others – colleagues at CRS, Tapley’s, WONA, Texas A&M, U of H, and Studio RED; civic volunteers at Stages, AIA, CACH, Sheltering Arms, RDA, MATCH, SEARCH and Armand Bayou; and the clients who allowed me to dream with them.”
Bill’s extensive experience and strong dedication to the city of Houston is shown through civic projects of historical renovation and urban design. He has also gained local and national recognition for his design research. Bill’s portfolio includes the transformation of a five-story 1902’s warehouse into the LEED Gold Houston Permitting Center, the Amazing Place, Archy Alzheimer’s Memory Center, Echo Valley Ranch, SEARCH Homeless Services, House of Tiny Treasures and much more.
Join us as we celebrate Bill and his impact on so many at the AIAH Holiday Party, which is open to the public, on Tuesday, Dec. 13 at 5:30 p.m., in Cullinan Hall. For more information, visit AIA Houston.