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3-D Architecture

With San Antonio's 300-year celebration approaching, there is cool technology being used at UTSA that gives people a different look of the Alamo. UTSA architecture experts and students are using 3-D architecture modeling software to create environments that provide an accurate and in-depth view of what Alamo Plaza was like at key points during its 300-year history.

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William A. Dupont, M.Arch

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  • San Antonio Conservation Society Endowed Professor in Memory of Mary Ann Blocker Castleberry
  • Director, Center for Cultural Sustainability
  • College of Architecture, Construction and Planning
  • Department of Architecture
general expertise
Architecture
specific expertise

Architectural Conservation Theory; Cultural Traditions and Heritage; Historic Preservation; Master Planning for Historic Sites; San Antonio Historic Preservation

Antonio Petrov, DDes

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  • Assistant Professor
  • College of Architecture, Construction and Planning
  • Department of Architecture
general expertise
Architecture
specific expertise

Architecture History and Theory; Cultural Studies and American Architecture; Mediterranean Regionalism, Urbanism and Architecture; Placemaking; Regionalism, Urbanism and Architecture; Religious Architecture and Evangelical Architecture in the U.S.; Urban and Regional Planning; Urban Planning; Water Planning

Richard R. Tangum, Ph.D.

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  • Professor
  • Director, Center for Urban and Regional Planning Research
  • Coordinator, Urban and Regional Planning Graduate Program
  • Affiliate, Water Institute of Texas
  • College of Architecture, Construction and Planning
  • Department of Urban and Regional Planning
general expertise
Architecture and Urban Planning
specific expertise

Affordable and Sustainable Housing; Architecture; Economic Development; Urban and Regional Master Planning; Urban Design

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