• than just beauty
  • than just space
  • than just function
  • than just rooms
  • than just buildings


Wallpaper features Ibanez Shaw

Ibañez Shaw’s Fort Worth Camera Studios land in Texas A new hub for photography aficionados has landed in Fort Worth, Texas, courtesy of local practice Ibañez Shaw Architecture via...

Bart Presents at Facades+ Dallas

Bart presents the design development and construction details of Fort Worth Camera. Focusing on the aperture wall and process of erecting the concrete and forming the various panels and aperture...

Fort Worth Camera makes Cover of Tilt-Up Today

Fort Worth Camera, designed by Ibañez Shaw Architecture and built by Tim Pulliam of Concrete Work L.P., sits on Montgomery Street, a commercial corridor that lies between the Arlington Heights neighborhood and the Museum/Cultural District in Fort Worth, Texas. The Museum of Science and History by Legoretta +Legoretta is directly across the street. The District is also home to Tadao Ando’s wonderful concrete Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, and the...

Macon Agrihood in Texas Architect

From the Jury: The pavilion structures and the green space in the center actually contribute to forming the space because they aren’t heavy-handed. The project is described as an oasis inside of this food desert, so that seemed like the right approach. As a landscape project, it produces a kind of urban, social, and industrial model for other...

Bart gives Design Legacy Lecture at AIA OK Leadership Conference

Bart delivered the design legacy lecture at the AIA OK leadership Conference this September. Sharing his experiences starting a firm, and the early projects that set the tone for his career. After working in large firms for about 10 years, Bart Shaw set off in 2011 to start a design practice. Receiving significant recognition for his early conceptual design work, Bart embarked on a journey to see if he could make it on his own with a firm committed...

Fort Worth Camera featured in Texas Architect Magazine

The Power of Love: On Montgomery Street, opposite Ricardo Legorreta’s Museum of Science and History, sits an elegant and minimal concrete-and-glass building housing Fort Worth Camera, the epicenter of the local photography community. Bart Shaw, AIA, of local architecture practice Ibañez Shaw, undertook the design of this striking and iconic retail building located on a prominent site near Fort Worth’s Museum District. The initial impulse was...

Bart Presents Work in Northwest Arkansas

AIA Nortwest Arkansas hosted "An Evening with Bart Shaw" last Friday evening. Presending a range of projects, Bart took a deep dive into the challenges and opportunity of small projects that reach for big ideals. Forging through the thicket of sole practionership, he learned to mine projects through research and exploration to find a core idea for each project. A thesis in form or experience that illuminates what is important about the project -...