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.
Studio RED partnered with Johnson Development to create the Cottage House recreation clubhouse in Veranda.
Two Studio Red-designed buildings took home prestigious 2018 ULI Development of Distinction Awards. Sawyer Yards earned the honor in the For-Profit category and SEARCH Foshee Family House of Tiny Treasures won in the Not-For-Profit category.
After nearly 45 years in one location, the Howard T. Tellepsen Seafarers’ Center opened a new 8,500-sf Studio RED-designed space. The location features modern amenities for the modern sailor including a great hall with a 52-inch television, pool table, piano and work stations with outlets for plugging in devices.
Paved walkways meander through a warm landscape of native Texas plants and serene fountains. Folks in jeans and T-shirts sip lattes in a bright cafe, while others look through inspirational book titles and Christmas trinkets at a bookstore as nice as any Barnes & Noble. Gaming consoles line one wall of a spacious room with