Panelist – The 2022-2023 Christopher Kelly Leadership Development Program is a yearlong
leadership program through AIA made up of 12 scholars identified as emerging leaders in the
field of architecture.
HINESAD is commissioned to design a new African American Memorial and park in Fort Bend
County, Texas. At a recent press conference, the county unveiled the project which seeks to
celebrate, memorialize, and pay reverence to the contributions of African American residents of
the county. The design includes a significant monument, a Juneteenth Plaza, the formalization
of historic cemetery grounds, connecting trails, a central water feature, and a memorial garden
to the Convict Labor and Leasing Memorial.
Daimian Hines was announced as President-Elect. Rice Design Alliance was established within the Rice School of Architecture in 1972 to develop the School’s outreach and public programs.
“I am honored to serve in such a distinguished capacity and look forward to contributing to the rich history and tradition of the RDA leadership.”
Daimian Hines, AIA NOMA was recently featured in Forbes & Fortune. The article focused on his rising star in the architecture industry delivering work across the globe from his headquarters in Houston.
It was an honor, in 2018, to moderate the panel discussion, “Chasing Perfection: The Legacy of Architect John S. Chase.” The Houston Public Library sponsored this event. The discussion reflected on John’s life as the first licensed African-American architect in Texas.
Hines A+D receives a citation at the National Organization of Minority Architects awards gala. The citation, in the design vision category, recognized the entry for the Jamaica Houses of Parliament international design competition. Daimian Hines served as design lead for the shortlisted competition team. Fall 2018
Hines A+D receives a Honor Award at the National Organization of Minority Architects gala in Chicago. The honor award, in the design vision category, recognizes this conceptual plan which re-envisions Freedmen’s Town 4th Ward Houston Texas. This post-Emancipation community is considered one of the earliest southern communities representing the urbanization of freed Africans during the Reconstruction Era.
This community which is adjacent to downtown Houston, has experienced considerable urbanization and change. Civic and community leaders endeavor to gain UNESCO World Heritage recognition of this cultural district.
The purpose of this effort is to amplify and celebrate the historic community’s significance in the creation and proliferation of African-American culture, wealth, art and music attributed to formally enslaved Africans. Fall 2018
The entry by design team Out of Many One People, was named a top Finalist for the Houses of Parliament design competition in Jamaica. As the lead designer, Daimian Hines noted “it was important for me to participate in this significant and once in a generation competition.” The design proposal was considered a “clear and powerfully legible architectural form” as noted by the international design Jury. Fall 2018
Daimian Hines invited to appear as guest critic for Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning. This studio, Visual Representation and Communication for Urban Planners, focuses on processing large scale data sets into a concise and graphic communicative output. Students identified certain local, regional and national planning datapoints, of interest such as, mapping alternative transportation availibility networks, then atomizing this information and subsequently remitting a graphic representation of this filtered data. Winter 2017
Daimian Hines invited to appear as guest critic for Taubman College of Architecture design studio. This studio focuses on the context in which urban environments are perceived. The studio further analyzes and synthesizes how buildings fit contextually into existing circumstances and the relationship between outdoor spaces and builts forms. This work culminates in design proprosals with mixed programs for a satellite public/private facility. Winter 2016