David Bucek is a principal with Stern and Bucek Architects. David specializes in new construction, adaptive reuse, renovation, and historic preservation. David holds a B. Arch from the University of Houston and an M. Arch from Harvard University's Graduate School of Design. He has taught architectural design at the University of Houston and the University of Texas at Austin.
David is the Chair of the City of Houston Archaeological and Historical Commission (HAHC) and currently serves on the boards of the Architecture Center Houston Foundation, Houston Mod, Wharton County Heritage Partnership and the Wharton County Courthouse Restoration/Preservation. He formerly served on the boards of Preservation Texas, Texas Architecture Foundation and AIA Houston, where he served as 2016 AIA Houston President. His work has garnered awards from the National Trust for Historic Preservation, Texas Society of Architects, Texas Historical Commission, Preservation Texas, Preservation Houston and AIA Houston. David is the 2020 recipient for the Texas Society of Architects Community Service Award in Honor of James D. Pfluger FAIA.
Remaking the Edna Theatre
to a Place for the Arts