Roark Early Education Center

The Roark Early Education Center within Willis ISD is a 7-acre campus complete with opportunities for learning through exploration and imaginative play. Clark Condon and the design team emphasized the relationship between the interior themes and the outdoor space with framed moments in the landscape that are viewed throughout the building. The site features two […]

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The John Cooper School

The John Cooper School is a college-preparatory school located in The Woodlands. This project focused on a new STEM building for the campus, in addition to the redesign of the existing quad to provide improved circulation between buildings. In order to give the students some outdoor teaching elements, we designed a bioswale and pedestrian bridge

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Texas Children’s Hospital

Clark Condon worked with the design team to create a memorable landscape for the Texas Children’s Hospital Pavilion for Women in the Texas Medical Center. The new 15-story hospital includes a maternity center, clinic, and office spaces as well as additional pediatric components. Connecting to the existing TCH campus via a two-level signature sky bridge,

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St. Luke’s Hospital

The importance of nature in the healing process was a factor in the design of outdoor spaces on the campus of this community hospital and adjoining medical office building. A winding decomposed granite trail with pedestrian bridges encircles the lake on the naturally wooded site. The upper dining terrace with seat walls steps down to

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TAMU Mitchell Physics

The Mitchell Physics Building, completed in 2009, is certified as a LEED Silver project and the first Texas A&M University Building to have a rooftop garden. The 10,000-square-foot Cynthia Woods Mitchell Garden above the three-section lecture hall is dedicated to the beauty of nature and is utilized for study breaks. It features native Texas plants

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UTMDA Administration

MD Anderson’s desire was to create a Class A office building to consolidate all of its administrative operations for the first time. Being located on the prominent corner of Braeswood Boulevard and Bertner Avenue gave the design team a unique opportunity to create another landmark place in the Medical Center. Clark Condon designed a signature

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Bridgepoint Bible Church

After preparing a master plan, our scope of design services included enhancing the front entrance, pathways, creating a multi-purpose courtyard and adding a play area for older children. The courtyard design echoes the contemporary angular design of the building. The materials are continued from the interior of the fellowship hall to the exterior creating a cohesive

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UT Health Research Park Complex

A multi-phase, multi-building research park complex was conceived to expand the university’s capabilities which necessitated a first-ever move outside the university’s densely utilized Texas Medical Center campus. Clark Condon worked with the architectural team on a master plan for the complex, which includes several buildings, a new central plant, and a parking garage. The first phase

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