D U S T

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We see life as an act of great potential.
Through architecture and art, it is possible to create spaces that can add a sense of graciousness to everyday life, to create certain moments of wonder or joy that reveal a silence amidst all the noise.

Through this exploratory process, we challenge values, seek the virtuous, and engage the senses to the environment around us.

We measure the integrity of our work by the quiet pleasures and experiences that are enjoyed by all those who encounter it.



contact DUST:

studio@dustdb.com

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COME SEE DUST LECTURE IN MARFA, TEXAS
Marfa, TX - Over the last 25 years, Marfa, Texas has made a name for itself in the art community through the vision of artist Donald Judd and the Chinati Foundation. But has Judd impacted the architecture and design of Marfa?  That is part of the discussion to be held at the Marfa Architecture + Design Symposium and Home Tour planned for November 2-4, 2012.
 The symposium runs Friday, Nov. 2, 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. and Saturday, Nov. 3, 9 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. at the Crowley Theater in Marfa. 
http://www.designmarfa.com.
The beneficiary of the weekend is the Marfa Chamber of Commerce. It is a self-funded organization.  In addition to supporting its membership, it provides the vital function of serving potential visitors and those visitors already in Marfa with information about the area.  
 Marfa was recently named as #8 of the Smithsonian’s Top 20 Small Towns in the USA.
 For more information about the event, contact Buck Johnston at buck@designmarfa.com. 
HERE’S THE LINE UP! 
Kristin Bonkemeyer, Kristin BonkemeyerRand Elliott, Elliott + Associates ArchitectsMark GloverJohn Gutzler, Ford, Powell & CarsonRobert Harris, Lake|FlatoCade Hayes, DUSTBarbara Hill, Barbara Hill DesignCarlos Jimenez, Carlos Jimenez StudioJim Martinez, Jim MartinezTerry MowersRonald Rael and Virginia Fratello, Rael San Fratello ArchitectsMarlys Tokerud, Tokerud & Co.

COME SEE DUST LECTURE IN MARFA, TEXAS

Marfa, TX - Over the last 25 years, Marfa, Texas has made a name for itself in the art community through the vision of artist Donald Judd and the Chinati Foundation. But has Judd impacted the architecture and design of Marfa?  That is part of the discussion to be held at the Marfa Architecture + Design Symposium and Home Tour planned for November 2-4, 2012.

 The symposium runs Friday, Nov. 2, 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. and Saturday, Nov. 3, 9 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. at the Crowley Theater in Marfa. 

http://www.designmarfa.com.

The beneficiary of the weekend is the Marfa Chamber of Commerce. It is a self-funded organization.  In addition to supporting its membership, it provides the vital function of serving potential visitors and those visitors already in Marfa with information about the area.  

 Marfa was recently named as #8 of the Smithsonian’s Top 20 Small Towns in the USA.

 For more information about the event, contact Buck Johnston at buck@designmarfa.com

HERE’S THE LINE UP! 

Kristin Bonkemeyer, Kristin Bonkemeyer
Rand Elliott, Elliott + Associates Architects
Mark Glover
John Gutzler, Ford, Powell & Carson
Robert Harris, Lake|Flato
Cade Hayes, DUST
Barbara Hill, Barbara Hill Design
Carlos Jimenez, Carlos Jimenez Studio
Jim Martinez, Jim Martinez
Terry Mowers
Ronald Rael and Virginia Fratello, Rael San Fratello Architects
Marlys Tokerud, Tokerud & Co.

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