Published Writings 1 

The Journal of Architectural Education; I served as the first Executive Editor for the Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture; Member Schools from North America: Canada, United States and Mexico.

Volume 36, Number 1 through Volume 38, Number 4 (11 editions inclusive); 1982-1985. Appointed by the ACSA Publications Committee in March 1982, based on my previous journalistic experience [PERSPECTA 12 ["click" to link], Progressive Architecture ["click" to link]Texas Architect ["click" to link] after a Search yielded no viable candidates.

I immediately formed an Editorial Board to vet all submissions which seemed relevant, and to create "Peer Review" for academics in Schools of Architecture, as a credible metric for potential Tenure Review at their Instituions, where Architectural Education is a somewhat nebulous 'discipline' for other educators to evaluate..

'CLICK' on images for Caption and to review in Sequence.

'CLICK' on images for Caption and to review in Sequence.

Starting from "scratch" meant organizing a strategy coordinating with ACSA in Washington, DC with myself full-time Faculty at Rice University, Graphic design at ACSA, printing under contract with ACSA, creating and managing/communicating with an Editorial Board and managing review of submitted articles to loosely fit together for quarterly publication.

The two editorial reviews on the left speak to this new initiative.

"what it takes; what you get" [above]

Editorial Graphics [R]

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PETER BLAKE scheme
Proposed First Floor
Adapting the existing House by revising/expanding/upgrading the facilities.
Proposed Second Floor
Shown overlaid on the First Floor, proposing a 'bridge' connection in a double-height volume.
Site Failure - 2013
As the Lake rises and falls every year, a large unseen boulder was pulled away.
Overall Terrace Failure
View looking South illustrates the conundrum of "starting over".
SITE view 1
A failure resulted in a collapse at the North end of the Site
SITE  view 2
The result was the necessity of demolishing an outdated existing Structure, as may be seen from debris.
INITIAL SITE
Plan view documents the resulting Footprint.
NEW SITE
Stabilized North end shown; joint acquisition of adjacent South parcel with a neighbor, permitted relocation.
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