Hughes Warehouse Adaptive Reuse / Overland Partners

© Dror Baldinger, AIA

Architects: Overland Partners
Location: 203 East Jones Avenue, San Antonio, TX 78215,
Principal In Charge: Jim Shelton, AIA, LEED AP
Project Team: Patrick Winn, James Beyer, John Burleson, Bess Swantner, Fernando Ortega
Area: 22800.0 ft2
Year: 2012
Photographs: Dror Baldinger, AIA, Scott Adams, AIA

Robert J. and Helen C. Kelberg South Texas Heritage Center / Ford, Powell & Carson

© Dror Baldinger

Architects: Ford, Powell & Carson
Location: 3801 Broadway Street, , TX 78209, USA
Principal In Charge: Chris Carson, FAIA
Project Manager: Allison Chambers, Assoc. AIA
Project Architect: Yu-Long Yang, AIA
Area: 20570.0 sqm
Year: 2012
Photographs: Dror Baldinger

1221 Broadway / Lake|Flato Architects

© Chris Cooper

Architects: Lake|Flato Architects
Location: 1221 Broadway, ,
Architects Of Record: OCO Architects
Year: 2011
Photographs: Chris Cooper, Frank Ooms, Courtesy of Lake|Flato Architects

TEX-FAB 3.0 Conference

Taking place at the University of Texas San Antonio College of Architecture April 13-15, the TEX-FAB 3.0 Conference will include a series of workshops as part of the international digital fabrication competition. Conducted by leading practitioners in the field of digital fabrication, the workshop is comprised on four distinct sequences that begin with basic skill building and progress until a broad understanding of the topics presented is achieved. For more information, please visit here.

House A / Moure Rivera Arquitectos

© Courtesy of

Architects: Moure Rivera Arquitectos / Francisco Moure, Fernando Dominguez
Location: San Antonio,
Project Year: 2009
Project Area: : 187 sqm
Photographs: Courtesy of Moure Rivera Arquitectos

CAMPstreet/CHRISpark / Poteet Architects

© Chris Cooper

CAMPstreet/CHRISpark is the rehabilitation of a 1920’s factory and its grounds near downtown , into 20 loft residences and an urban park. The 88,000 sqf structure was divided into lofts with indoor common area including exercise, community gallery and basement parking. Over 100 steel windows were added to the building’s refurbished façade. On the exterior, new concrete and steel porches and balconies are bounded by outdoor garden and courtyard spaces. The interior was treated as a backdrop for art in all media—the developer was a nationally known contemporary art collector.

Architect: Poteet Architects
Location: San Antonio, Texas,
Project Team: Jim Poteet, Brett Freeman
Structural Engineers: Beicker Engineering
MEP Engineer: HMG
Lighting: Lighting Consultants
Landscape: Kings Creek Landscaping
Contractor: Metropolitan Contracting
Artist: Teresita Fernandez
Collaborator: Linda Pace
Project Area: building 88,000 sqf, site 0.8 acres
Photographs: Chris Cooper, Poteet Architects

Linda Pace Foundation Offices / Poteet Architects

© Chris Cooper

This project is the rehabilitation of a derelict auto body shop into offices for a contemporary art foundation. The modesty of the original structure and limited project budget stand in contrast to the international scope of the foundation’s mission and its board, as well as the architectural aspiration of the interior design. The design’s richness is the result of layering of program and form: the building serves as office and conferencing facilities for the foundation, gallery space for the changing display of the collection of the organization’s late founder, and a memorial to her life and influence.

Architect: Poteet Architects
Location: San Antonio, , USA
Project Team: Jim Poteet, Brett Freeman, Isadora Sintes, Shane Valentine
Contractor: Rubiola Construction
Project Area: 2,500 sqf
Photographs: Chris Cooper

Collector’s Loft / Poteet Architects

© Colleen Duffley

Designed for an art collector/artist, this loft occupies the top two floors and roof of a 1920s factory in downtown . Both old structure and new interventions are rendered in white, emphasizing the textural contrast of the existing masonry and board-formed concrete with the new walls, luminous epoxy floors and lacquered cabinetry.

Architect: Poteet Architects
Location: San Antonio, Texas,
Project Team: Jim Poteet, Brett Freeman
Contractor: Metropolitan Contracting
Project Area: 19,200 sqf
Photographs: Chris Cooper, Paul Bardagjy, Colleen Duffley, Poteet Architects

Capps Residence / Poteet Architects

© Ryann Ford

The Capps house was constructed in 1896, designed by German Architect Albert Beckman, one of several distinctive masonry homes in King William that Beckman was responsible for. Though continuously occupied since its construction, the property was suffering from a good deal of deferred maintenance when taken over by new owners Travis Capps and Lee Anthony. The wrap- around porch was rotted and sagging and the large lawn and riverfront were overgrown. Capps engaged Poteet Architects to tailor the house to his needs, without sacrificing the historic character its prominent site demanded. Work began first on the carriage house, which was to be the Owner’s home during the rehabilitation. The carriage house now contains a living space with a small –and very orange—kitchen on the lower level and bedroom and bath above. A small, highly stylish salon was installed in the brick pool house.

Architect: Poteet Architects
Location: San Antonio, Texas,
Project Team: Jim Poteet, Brett Freeman, Isadora Sintes, Shane Valentine
Contractor: Rubiola Construction
Project Area: 3,284 sqf
Photographs: Ryann Ford,

Container Guest House / Poteet Architects

© Chris Cooper

The Container Guest House is the first of several projects by Poteet Architects we will be featuring. As a national award-winning firm, is best known for their sensitive adaptive reuse of existing buildings and a fresh, rigorous approach to modern interior design. This project originated from ’s client’s wish to experiment with shipping containers. She lives in a small warehouse on a former industrial site just south of downtown. The finished project serves as a guesthouse and is fitted with a shower/WC and a custom stainless sink. The large steel and glass lift/slide and end window wall open the interior to the surrounding landscape. The remainder of the interior is used as a garden shed.

Architect: Poteet Architects
Location: , Texas, USA
Project Team: Jim Poteet, Brett Freeman, Isadora Sintes, Shane Valentine
Contractor: Poteet Architects
Project Area: 320 sqf
Project Year: 2010
Photographs: Chris Cooper

McNay Art Museum Extension / Jean Paul Viguier Architecture

© Jeff Goldberg / ESTO

Architects: Jean Paul Viguier Architecture
Location: San Antonio, Texas, USA
Project Manager: Blin Vose-Trincal
Project Team: Giovanna Chimeri, Céline Lemercier, Pierre-Henri Cazes, Claire Maguin, Cédric Nieser, Kari Silloway
Architects of Record: , Powell & Carson, Inc
Structural Engineers: Robert Silman Associates | Arcora
Landscapers: TBG Partners
Project Area: 4,800 sqm
Project Year: 2008
Photographs: Jeff Goldberg / ESTO

Air Force Village Chapel proposal / R. Miller Architecture

R. Miller Architecture shared with us their design for the Air Force Village Chapel competition, for which they received a 2010 unbuilt AIA Orlando award for design excellence. See more images and architect’s description after the break.