Originally presented at the Architecture Center Houston, the exhibit includes thirty-six examples of religious architecture located throughout Texas. The buildings included range from Spanish missions to the painted churches of Central Texas.
The Guastavino family’s soaring tile vaults grace many of the nation’s most iconic structures including Grand Central Terminal, the Cathedral of St. John the Divine, the Boston Public Library, the U.S. Supreme Court, and the Nebraska State Capitol.
What do you remember most from school: a favorite teacher, a great book, a singular moment of discovery? And what is the setting of that memory? Do you think the design of the space affected the learning experience?
Lincoln Logs. TinkerToys. Erector Sets. LEGO.
Finnish students have been top performers in recent international learning assessments, but what is the secret behind the success of the Finnish education system?
The Chicago River: it’s an industrial highway, the city’s storm drain, and a leisure landscape. Can these realities continue to co-exist?
If San Franciscans like to describe their city as “49 square miles surrounded by reality," the visionary ideas that were too grandiose for even San Franciscans to consider remain some of the most fantastic designs for any city in the world.
All too often marquee design projects in Dallas are awarded to outsiders, taking focus away from the excellent work that Dallas firms and architects are doing.