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Minnette Boesel
Minnette Boesel

Michael E. Brichford
Michael E. Brichford

Jeff Carowitz
Jeff Carowitz

Don Emmite
Don Emmite

William F. Stern
William F. Stern (1947-2013)

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Stephen Fox
Stephen Fox

Ben Koush
Ben Koush

Karen Lantz
Karen Lantz, AIA

Mike Lewter
Mike Lewter

Anna Mod
Anna Mod

Barry Moore
Barry Moore, FAIA

Malcolm Perry
Malcolm Perry

Monica Savino
Monica Savino

Daphne Scarbrough
Daphne Scarbrough

Robert Searcy
Robert Searcy

William F. Stern (1947-2013)

William F. Stern, principal of Stern and Bucek Architects, studied architecture at Harvard University`s Graduate School of Design, where he received a Master of Architecture. Prior to that, he received a Bachelor of Arts degree from Harvard College, graduating cum laude in art history. After working in the office of New York architect, Edward L. Barnes, Mr. Stern moved to Houston in 1976 and formed his own practice in 1979.

Stern and Bucek Architects is one of the country`s leading professional firms in in the conservation and preservation of historic structures. The firm led the restoration of the 1951 Menil House, designed by Philip Johnson for Dominique and John de Menil. Other significant projects of modern restoration include the 1997 renovation of Houston`s Contemporary Arts Museum.

Mr. Stern was an Adjunct Associate Professor at University of Houston`s Gerald D. Hines College of Architecture, was a board member of the Rice Design Alliance and a founding editor and contributor to its publication, Cite: The Design and Architecture Review of Houston.

William's Links

Stern and Bucek Architects

Harvard University's Graduate School of Design

Gerald D. Hines College of Architecture

Rice Design Alliance

Chinati Foundation