Issue Archives IN THIS ISSUE 01_11.06.2013_SW
In This Issue:
  • Austin's new children's museum educates and entertains through architecture.
  • Oklahoma City and Tulsa take different tacks on development.
  • Kevin McClellan explores Lake|Flato's newly unified museum on the San Antonio Riverwalk.
  • Oil and gas build big in Houston.
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  • It's time to acknowledge that architecture is a group effort.
  • The Menil Collection hires Michael Van Valkenburgh for new gateway.
  • Ronnie Self weighs in on the Nasher Sculpture Center's Nasher Xchange.
  • Dallas architect looks to nature for inspiration in his designs.
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  • Patrick W. Ciccone on the new book, The Fragile Monument: On Conservation and Modernity.
  • Beck Group designs a 21-story tower adjacent Denver's Union Station.
  • Edmonds International-designed 58-story mixed-use tower and plaza may soon rise in downtown Midland, Texas.
  • Aaron Seward introduces AN's new Southwest print edition.
  • Mixed-use Houston development builds on urban ideals.
  • City celebrates 25 years of downtown revitalization by opening new public plaza.
  • Studio HFA designs a venue in Dallas that brings a sense of the Texas prairie to the big city.
  • The jury has deliberated and the results of The Architect's Newspaper and YKK AP's Astrodome reuse design ideas competition are in.