Editorial Calendar

September/October 2019

Feature: Design Awards
Products: Lounge Furniture
Special Insert: Design Expo Exhibitor Guide

In this issue, we showcase the winners of the Texas Society of Architects’ 2019 Design Awards program. These projects, selected by a jury of award-winning architects from across the country, are diverse in type and exhibit the range and excellence of the state’s architectural practitioners. Also: Lounge furniture. 10% Advertising Discount for 2019 Texas Architects Exhibitors!

Deadlines

Editorial Submissions: June 3, 2019
Ads Close: July 29, 2019
Ads Due: Aug. 5, 2019

November/December 2019

Feature: Authenticity
Portfolio: Repositioning
Products: Lighting

What is an authentic expression of Texas architecture? Tonkawa brush shelters? The San Antonio missions? A Second Empire state courthouse? O’Neil Ford, Frank Welch, and Lake|Flato? Buc-ee’s? All of the above? And why are we worried about it? In this issue, we explore architecture’s enduring anxiety over authenticity. Plus: How architects are repositioning old structures for new purposes and lighting fixtures.

Deadlines

Editorial Submissions: Aug. 5, 2019
Ads Close: Sept. 30, 2019
Ads Due: Oct. 7, 2019


January/February 2020

Feature: The Law
Portfolio: Interiors
Products: Hardware

It has been said that moving water from the roof to the ground is the chief generator of form in architecture, but in today’s litigious society, the law is a close second. In this issue, we look at many of the ways that regulations shape architecture. Plus: Fresh interiors and fresh hardware.

Deadlines

Editorial: Sept. 30, 2019
Ads Close: Nov. 25, 2019
Ads Due: Dec. 2, 2019

March/April 2020

Feature: Borders
Portfolio: Multi-Family Housing
Products: Fabrics

There is no more politicized space than borders. Texas’s boundary with Mexico is a clear indicator of this, but there are similar divisions, visible and invisible, throughout the state. In this issue, we investigate how boundaries are reflected by the architecture that abuts them. Plus: Multi-family housing and fabrics.

Deadlines

Editorial: Dec. 2, 2019
Ads Close: Jan. 27, 2020
Ads Due: Feb. 3, 2020

May/June 2020

Feature: Impermanence
Portfolio: Hotels
Products: Kitchen and Bath

Architecture is often spoken of as something permanent, but its fabric can be quite ephemeral. In this issue, we touch on the architecture of impermanence, exploring temporary installations as well as monuments that don’t stand the test of time. Plus: Hotels and kitchen and bath products.

Deadlines

Editorial: Feb. 3, 2020
Ads Close: Mar. 30, 2020
Ads Due: Apr. 6, 2020

July/August 2020

Feature: Patrons – Cranks
Portfolio: Higher Education
Products: Landscape Furniture

Architecture has always relied on the largesse of patrons. It has also crashed against the stern bulwark of cranks. In this issue, we profile some of Texas’s greatest supporters of good design and consider why some projects never make it past the opposition. Plus: New higher education facilities and landscape furnishings.

Deadlines

Editorial: Mar. 30, 2020
Ads Close: June 1, 2020
Ads Due: June 8, 2020

September/October 2020

Feature: Design Awards
Products: Contract Furniture

In this issue, we showcase the winners of Texas Society of Architects’ 2020 Design Awards. These projects, selected by a jury of award-winning architects from across the country, are diverse in type and exhibit the range and excellence of the state’s architectural program. Plus: Contract furniture.

Deadlines

Editorial: June 1, 2020
Ads Close: July 27, 2020
Ads Due: Aug. 3, 2020

November/December 2020

Feature: Postmodernism
Portfolio: Performing Arts
Products: Facade Systems

Texas is home to a considerable array of postmodern buildings that are now in need of sprucing up. In this issue, we look at how architects are intervening in a style that has been long out of fashion and largely discredited. Plus: Performing arts spaces and facade systems.

Deadlines

Editorial: July 27, 2020
Ads Close: Sept. 28, 2020
Ads Due: Oct. 5, 2020

Ad reservation deadlines subject to change.