Buford Duke, Jr. collection

Buford Woodrow Duke, Jr. (1938-2000) served as a faculty member in the School of Architecture at The University of Texas at Austin from 1981-2000. He was a practicing architect who was known for his environmentally conscious designs and teachings, emphasizing "Gentle Architecture," energy efficiency, passive solar heating, and earth shelter architecture. The collection documents Duke’s professional and faculty work. Record types include architectural drawings, faculty papers, photographic material, and student work.