October 08, 2010

Your Architectural Weekend Plans

Your Architectural Weekend Plans

Lots going on in the area for all our fellow architecture aficionados. A home tour, structures made of canned goods and a pumpkin village all await. Jump for the details…

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October 06, 2010

Architecture on KERA

KERA has a veritable plethora of architecture programs on in the next several weeks. See the information below and set that DVR...

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October 04, 2010

A Book for the Lover of Architecture On Your List...

It's not too early to start your holiday shopping lists, is it? We say no, and we say this book would be perfect for the person you know who loves architecture...especially that of the Big Apple.

September 27, 2010

Remembering David Dillon

Remembering David Dillon

Yesterday, on a beautiful sunny afternoon, friends, colleagues and admirers gathered at the Nasher Sculpture Center to remember architecture critic David Dillon. It was a happy occasion, with reminiscences of David as mentor, wordsmith, companion, intellectual and lover of good wine. Architects, journalists, and community members had much to say with a common trend throughout…the positive impact David had on making Dallas a better city.

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September 23, 2010

Architecture News on the Local Front

Today, a local edition of architectural happenings.

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September 21, 2010

FLW For Sale

Looking for a Frank Lloyd Wright home at bargain basement prices? Boy, do we have news for you!

September 17, 2010

Local Firms in the News

Here are a couple of quick items about local architecture firms for your Friday perusal...

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September 16, 2010

Preserving an Architectural Legacy...

We’re feeling nostalgic today for some reason, so let’s talk a bit about architectural legacy…not just buildings, but the plans, models, correspondence and back-of-the-napkin drawings that are created in the design process. How do we preserve it? What’s important to keep? Come on in for the discussion.

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September 10, 2010

Remembering the World Trade Center and Looking Forward

As we approach tomorrow’s 9th anniversary of the destruction of the World Trade Center in New York, there is much to talk about. Progress is being made on redevelopment of the area...while debates about the construction of a proposed mosque rage. In today’s Friday feature, we take a closer look.

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September 08, 2010

MId-Week=Mid-Century Modernism

As we reach the middle of the week (bye-bye, Hermine!), how about some talk of architecture from the middle of the last century?

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