Studio RED is excited to announce that Cope Bailey has joined the firm as an Associate. Cope has 27 years of experience in the architecture industry, specializing in designing non-profit, retail, educational and civic facilities.
Formerly known as 1960 Hope Center, Hope Center Houston is an assistance and day center where homeless individuals in the north Houston community can receive a hot lunch, shower, get laundry washed, get haircuts and receive clothing and hygiene essentials.
The Howard Hughes Corporation has announced plans to begin construction on a new multifamily residential project in Creekside Park Village Center in The Woodlands. This is the second multifamily development in The Woodlands Village of Creekside Park.
Construction industry software developer, HCSS, announced it has broken ground on a new building and parking structure at its Sugar Land, Tex., campus. The two-story, approximately 56,000-sq. ft. office building will be the third on the 12-acre corporate headquarters, which HCSS has inhabited since 2010.
Goode Company Seafood’s Memorial location has moved to a nearby spot. The seafood restaurant, formerly at 10211 Katy Freeway, moved to 10201 Katy Freeway, suite 400, on Nov. 4. The 8,378-square-foot restaurant was designed by Goode Company Restaurants CEO Levi Goode, alongside Houston-based Gin Design Group and Houston-based Studio Red Architects.
The new performing arts center at St. Agnes Academy, and the new student center at Episcopal High school are both featured in American School & University’s 2019 Architectural Portfolio, designated as Outstanding Design: High School.
The ASID Texas Gulf Coast Chapter celebrated a year of great design with its 2019 Ruby Awards Saturday, Sept. 21, at the Asia Society. Top Best In Show honors were given in three categories, for industry partner, commercial and residential design.
The Chinese Community Center of Houston recently opened the T.T. and W.F. Chao Senior Center as part of the New Horizons expansion project at its facility at 9800 Town Park Drive in southwest Houston. The two-story, 20,000-square-foot building was designed by Studio Red Architects and built by Horizon International Group.