Fort Worth Modern Architecture

Haskell Street Townhouse Offers Urban Comforts in Fort Worth’s Cultural District

By Eric Prokesh / December 20, 2019 / 0 Comments
Haskell Street

The West Highland neighborhood will probably leave most readers — even those familiar with Fort Worth — scratching their heads. But one glance from the second-floor balcony will immediately place you in the heart of the cultural district, with sweeping views down West 7th Street punctuated with a stunning view of downtown Fort Worth. Located […]

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Impeccably Updated Modern on El Campo

By Eric Prokesh / July 13, 2018 / 2 Comments

In spite of what some readers may have inferred from the bulk of my posts, I don’t have a bias against modernism. It’s just that it can be oh so serious, or worse, oh so silly. Or cold. A 1976 build at 5535 El Campo has everything we love about modern domestic architecture — a […]

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