about parra design

HISTORY

PARRA DESIGN GROUP, LTD. was founded in 1998 and is managed by Camilo Parra. Mr. Parra has a logo of University of Texas School of ArchitectureMaster of Architecture from the University of Texas at Austin and has extensive experience in the architectural, engineering, and construction fields.

photo of Camilo ParraMr. Parra has designed and managed residential and construction projects in San Antonio, Houston, and Costa Rica. He is a member of the American Institute of Architects and is a registered architect in the State of Texas (No. 17121).

Parra Design Group is currently developing property in the following areas of Houston: La Ville St. Emanuel townhomes in the Third Ward and 5th Ward Homes in the Fifth Ward.

Parra Design Group logoParra Design is dedicated to providing the highest level of satisfaction to our customers through the design and construction of exceptional residential and commercial buildings. Contact us to discuss how we could be of service to you. Phone 713.942.8346 emailinfo@parradesigngroup.com

We offer a complete range of services: architectural design, general construction contracting, construction management, urban planning, and space planning.


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AWARDS

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Best Architecture Award, Team 6, in the 2010 Rice Design Alliance’s design charrette, Awakening Willow Waterhole

drawing of nature center for Willow Waterhole

Camilo Parra was a member of Team 6, which also included: Genevieve Buentello, Antonio Flamenco, Mike Garcia, and David Robinson. Team 6 won honors for the BEST ARCHITECTURE in the Awakening Willow Waterhole charette. The drawing, done by Antonio Flamenco, is of the proposed Nature Center. Special thanks to Karen Rose as the civil engineering consultant and Keiji Asakura for his support in absentia.

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The design charrette, Awakening Willow Waterhole, took place on Saturday, August 7 at the Rice School of Architecture. The competition focused on maximizing the potential of the Willow Waterhole Greenway Project, a 279-acre greenspace featuring six detention lakes designed to reduce flooding along Brays Bayou. Participants drafted designs to transform the park from a disjointed neighborhood space into a more cohesive, natural community space. The charrette conceptualized measures to make the park a more sophisticated nature preserve, while maintaining characteristics that make the park a welcoming area for various forms of wildlife.

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