AIA Dallas

Could the Trinity River be the Site of a Sea Change in Dallas Public Opinion?

By Joanna England / March 20, 2015 / 0 Comments

The Dallas Chapter of the American Institute of Architects has formally come out against the Trinity Toll Roadas it is now designed. The organization issued this statement earlier this week, just a few months after screening the 1967 documentary The Walls Are Rising, which was a critique on the hodge-podge planning and zoning the city […]

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Don’t Miss AIA Dallas’ Screening of “The Walls Are Rising” Tonight at the Sixth Floor Museum

By Joanna England / January 19, 2015 / 0 Comments

Thanks for an unexpectedly large crowd, AIA Dallas has moved its screening of the 1967 documentary “The Walls Are Rising” to the Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza. The film which was a call to action for the city in regards to urban planning, features photos and narration from Austin-based photographer Rob Perryman. Find out […]

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The Walls Are Rising: AIA Dallas to Screen 1967 Film on The Future of Dallas

By Joanna England / January 12, 2015 / 0 Comments

Past, meet future. It’s just incredible how often we think and talk about the destiny of our city and how it is tied to the Trinity River. The discussion we’re having about this natural resource that bisects Dallas, some of them behind closed doors, isn’t a new one. In fact, we’ve been talking about the […]

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Old Lake Highlands Home Made of Shipping Containers Featured in ArchDaily

By Joanna England / December 17, 2014 / 2 Comments

I think I’ve heard just about everything there is to hear about PV14, the modern home constructed of 14 shipping containers located on Peavy Road in Old Lake Highlands. The home, which has outstanding panoramic views of White Rock Lake and downtown Dallas, including Boy Scout Hill, has been praised and has raised several eyebrows […]

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Stunning Lionel Morrison Original in Sought After Urban Reserve

By Joanna England / November 11, 2014 / 2 Comments

You already know we love sleek, innovative modern design here at CandysDirt.com. That kind of angular, bright, and clean architecture has no greater exemplar than Lionel Morrison. This architect is known for creating bright open spaces that still feel private. These homes are perfect for those who love diffused light, panoramic views, and privacy. You […]

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AIA Dallas Tour of Homes Features Modern Marvels From Local Architects

By Joanna England / September 30, 2014 / 0 Comments

It seems like every year AIA Dallas puts on its fall home tour, they up the ante of style and substance. This year’s AIA Dallas Tour of Homes, held Saturday and Sunday Nov. 1-2, is no different. The tour, which is self-guided and open to the public, will feature the outstanding work of AIA Dallas […]

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