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UT Interior Design Class

Tamie Glass - Spring 2015

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UT Interior Design Class using MOMSR as Spring 2015 project •  View the final museum design summaries

UT Architecture professor Steven Moore (above right) connected MOMSR with UT professor Tamie Glass who agreed to have her Interior Design class use the Museum ofMagnetic Sound Recording as their Martin & Chris Theophilus with Tamie Glass and MOMSR Board member/Architect Lloyd Cates Spring 2015 class project. Chris set up the original meeting with Steven, Lloyd and Martin to discuss the possibilities of an interior design class using MOMSR as a class project.

Tamie Glass, Assistant Professor, The University of Texas at Austin, School of Architecture had her third year students designing options for our Museum in the Spring 2015 semester. Our Board and supporters now have an incredible collection of approaches to creating our Museum. It will take us awhile to digest and begin making recommendations as we move forward. We greatly appreciate the University of Texas School of Architecture Professor Tamie Glass who took on this task with her class. The variety of perspectives and the added creativity they brought to our Museum is priceless!

(right) Martin & Chris Theophilus with Tamie Glass and MOMSR Board member/Architect Lloyd Cates

UTSA Interior Design student Raquel Torres' MOMSR design
wins $30,000 design scholarship!

This past Spring semester, The University of Texas at Austin's School of Architecture Assistant Professor Tamie Glass gave her Third Year Interior Design students a project to design the interior space for our Museum of Magnetic Sound Recording. Three of her students entered their MOMSR design projects in a national competition and Raquel Torres (far left in the Museum wirh Sarah and Ronnie) won a $30,000 Angelo Donghia Senior Student Scholarship in Interior Design. The story is featured on the UT School of Architecture’s home page and in The Daily Texan.


Final Review May 14, 2015 - University of Texas School of Architecture reviewers

UT Interior Design
Class Professor

Tamie Glass
Assistant Professor
Fellow of Gene Edward Mikeska Endowed Chair for Interior Design


Ashley Heeren, LEED AP BD+C
Lake Flato, San Antonio


Richard Cleary
Page Southerland Page Fellow in Architecture


Kory Bieg
Assistant Professor


Igor Siddiqui
Assistant Professor

Fellow of Gene Edward Mikeska Endowed Chair for Interior Design

The Third Year University of Texas Architect Students

Sarah Calderon

Julia Dubcak

Erin Hamilton

Taylor King

Ronnie Marquez

Cathryn McCall

Kristin Miller

Betsy Quan

Laura Sockrider

Raquel Torres

Sheridan Treadwell


MOMSR Board member Michael Murray with UT Assistant Professor Kory Bieg and Lake Flato Architect Ashley Heeren • MOMSR Board member Architect Lloyd Cates, UT Professor Richard Cleary and UT Assistant Professor Tamie Glass • Tamie with students and treats


Second UT Design Class Museum tour - May 4, 2015


First UT Design Class Museum tour February 20, 2015


UT Class visit to the R2R collection - Raquel, Sarah and Ronnie


UT Architecture Tamie Glass' class MOMSR review - Top left photo is Lloyd Cates, Architect and MOMSR Board Member, Barbara Brown Wilson; UT Architecture Professor reviewing the class' work; Tamie Glass, and Steven Moore, UT Architecture Professor and class reviewer.


Class Review on March 11, 2015

View the Museum's Original Draft Floor Plan by MOMSR Board Member Lloyd Cates

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