If you’re a lover of modern architecture, you don’t want to miss this event. Tomorrow from 6 to 8 p.m., SMINK will host Texas architect Frank D. Welch for a reading and signing of his recently released memoir from TCU Press entitled “On Becoming an Architect.” You’ll recall, one of Welch’s designs was just […]Read More
For me, there’s no better way to tour a home than with other architecture aficionados. With cocktail in hand, you can move room-to-room with other like-minded people as you each find points of interest to share. That’s part of what I love about the Dallas Architecture Forum‘s 365 Modern Living Cocktail Receptions. This series covers […]Read More
If you’re free tonight, make your way to the Dallas Museum of Art to hear landscape architect and luminary Laurie Olin speak as part of the Dallas Architecture Forum. Olin is internationally acclaimed, and one of only four recipients of the National Medal of Arts award from the National Endowment for the Arts. It is […]Read More
I’m just back from the beach, so I was catching up on my news reading when I saw that there was some pretty hairy crime in the Park Cities. But I’m not going to let the news of a robbery at knifepoint make you think that Highland Park isn’t a safe place to make your […]Read More
Last night was Dallas Architecture Forum’s “Inside The Box” Modern Living 365 cocktail reception at the Russell Buchanan-designed Mockingbird house. As we previously reported, this structure caused some chafing with nearby residents in Highland Park who weren’t so keen on the house’s angular structure. Well, let me tell you — this home may not blend […]Read More
When some very well known art collectors asked Bud Oglesby to design their Highland Park home, they couldn’t have known that it would be the last residential building the sought-after modern architect would dream up.
I know we call it “Monday Morning Millionaire,” but this house is truly priceless. And so is this opportunity.Read More