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Donna J. Kacmar

Associate Professor

University of Houston

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University of Houston

4800 Calhoun Road

Houston, Texas,77204

United States

Company Description

The University of Houston is a Carnegie-designated Tier One public research university recognized by The Princeton Review as one of the nation's best colleges for undergraduate education. UH serves the globally competitive Houston and Gulf Coast Region by prov...more

Background Information

Affiliations

Texas Society of Architects

Board Member


Houston AIA

Board Member


Architecture Center Houston Foundation

Board Member


Rice University

Board Member


Avenue CDC

Board Member


Education

Bachelor of Environmental Design


Master of Architecture


bachelor of environmental design

Texas A&M University


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Donna Kacmar, FAIA - Sarasota MOD - Sarasota FL Midcentury Modern Architecture Festival

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Donna Kacmar
Donna Kacmar, FAIA Donna Kacmar, FAIA, was educated at Texas A+M University and graduated with a Bachelor of Environmental Design in 1988 and a Master of Architecture in 1992. Donna is a National American Institute of Architects 2004 Young Architects Award recipient and was elected to the College of Fellows of the American Institute of Architects in 2009. Donna has served on the board of the Houston AIA, the Avenue CDC, the Rice Design Alliance, the Architecture Center Houston Foundation, and the Texas Society of Architects. Donna has taught at Rice University and Texas A&M University. She is currently an Associate Professor at the University of Houston where she teaches architecture design studio and directs the Materials Research Collaborative (MRC). The MRC is engaged with research projects while providing instruction and education on sustainable building materials for new generations of architects and designers. From 2000 until 2011 she was the principal of Architect Works, Inc. The work of the firm has received several awards and has been nationally published.


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Donna Kacmar Donna Kacmar, FAIA Donna Kacmar, FAIA, was educated at Texas A+M University and graduated with a Bachelor of Environmental Design in 1988 and a Master of Architecture in 1992. Donna is a National American Institute of Architects 2004 Young Architects Award recipient and was elected to the College of Fellows of the American Institute of Architects in 2009. Donna has served on the board of the Houston AIA, the Avenue CDC, the Rice Design Alliance, the Architecture Center Houston Foundation, and the Texas Society of Architects. Donna has taught at Rice University and Texas A&M University. She is currently an Associate Professor at the University of Houston where she teaches architecture design studio and directs the Materials Research Collaborative (MRC). The MRC is engaged with research projects while providing instruction and education on sustainable building materials for new generations of architects and designers. From 2000 until 2011 she was the principal of Architect Works, Inc. The work of the firm has received several awards and has been nationally published.


December, 2006 | The Rice Design Alliance

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Donna Kacmar (Initiatives for Houston winner, 2006) and her team of students visited more than 25 taco stands, burger joints, and beer houses to research these unique establishments.
The culmination of their findings was viewed at the University of Houston College of Architecture on Dec 6. The reception included a taco truck parked outside the building and ice cold beer inside. Donna Kacmar, Assistant Professor at the University of Houston Gerald D. Hines College of Architecture, received a grant of $3,000 for her proposal, "Accommodation in Houston: beer, burgers, and barbacoa. Kacmar observed that Houston typically looks sparsely inhabited and unwelcoming when viewed from too far a distance. However, up close, the city offers hospitality to its citizens and guests through unique urban ritual sites. Kacmar studied Houston's version of public accommodation through several non-traditional ritual sites - such as ice houses, burger joints, and taco stands - that are specific to Houston. Read More Donna Kacmar (Initiatives for Houston winner, 2006) and her team of students visited more than 25 taco stands, burger joints, and beer houses to research these unique establishments. The culmination of their findings was viewed at the University of Houston College of Architecture on Dec 6. The reception included a taco truck parked outside the building and ice cold beer inside. Donna Kacmar, Assistant Professor at the University of Houston Gerald D. Hines College of Architecture, received a grant of $3,000 for her proposal, "Accommodation in Houston: beer, burgers, and barbacoa. Kacmar observed that Houston typically looks sparsely inhabited and unwelcoming when viewed from too far a distance. However, up close, the city offers hospitality to its citizens and guests through unique urban ritual sites. Kacmar studied Houston's version of public accommodation through several non-traditional ritual sites - such as ice houses, burger joints, and taco stands - that are specific to Houston. Read More


2013 Initiatives for Houston Winner Announced! | The Rice Design Alliance

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Initiatives for Houston has funded unique and Houston-centric projects for fourteen years now, including 2012 winning projects as University of Houston Professor Donna Kacmar's directory of Houston-based fabricators, and Rice Wortham Fellow Bryony Roberts' exhibition, "Lobby Urbanism" taking place now until


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Donna Kacmar, a licensed architect, designer, and associate professor at the University of Houston, told AN the proposed change is not all that significant, noting that the label of "intern" is not necessarily a negative one.
"When I was an intern I did not think it was a bad thing," she said. "I was learning and working my way to becoming an architect. I was not overly sensitive about it and I don't think most students are." To Kacmar, there are much bigger issues that NCARB should be dealing with, specifically its complicated procedures, and how it manages oversight of licensure. The solution, Kacmar added, is not just making the whole process shorter, but prioritizing the education of architectural craft over record keeping. For her, the term, intern architect, is beside the point.


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