Towering Inferno

New York Times Picks Up Story on Museum Tower’s Glare Roasting The Nasher Sculpture Center

By Joanna England / May 2, 2012 / 0 Comments

The tweet from the New York Times twitter feed says it all. The saga over Museum Tower has officially become a national news story. One can only wonder if this is the result of Nasher architect Renzo Piano making good on his threat to “make trouble” for the owners of the high-rise condo development? No […]

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Dallas Attorney Tom Luce Will Mediate Nasher/Museum Tower Fracas

By Joanna England / April 23, 2012 / 0 Comments

Tom Luce, managing director and founding partner of Dallas law firm Hughes & Luce, has agreed to be the go-between as the Nasher Sculpture Center and Museum Tower look to find a solution to their very, very hot problem. According to KERA’s Art+Seek blog, the Dallas Police and Fire Pension Fund, which owns the $200M […]

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Museum Tower And Its Mirrored Glass Makes Cover of May D Magazine

By Joanna England / April 18, 2012 / 0 Comments

UPDATE: You can read the words behind the headline on D Magazine’s website.

The tagline of the May 2012 cover story of D Magazine says it all: “How arrogance and greed made Museum Tower a threat to the heart of Dallas.”

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Watch Your Glass, It’s Frying Us, Continued

By Candy Evans / March 30, 2012 / 0 Comments

I’ve had a response from Kristin Gibbins at the Nasher Sculpture Center about the new controversy over intense heat generated by Museum Tower’s curved glass windows: CD: It’s not as if the Nasher and half the country has NOT known about Museum Tower going up for what, four years now, and that is made entirely of glass? […]

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Nasher to Museum Tower: Watch Your Glass, It’s Frying Us

By Candy Evans / March 30, 2012 / 0 Comments

Great article in Thursday’s Dallas Morning News by Michael Granberry about an ensuing battle between Museum Tower and the Nasher Sculpture Center that we can only hope won’t lead to the l-word: lawsuit. Of course, the story is behind the paywall, and I highly recommend you read it. If not, here’s a synopsis: Sometimes it’s […]

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