Photos Related to "Architecture"

Liminal

Abstract detail of architect Tadao Ando's Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth.

An abstract detail of the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, designed by architect Tadao Ando, showcases his signature use of concrete and glass to create a serene yet powerful space that respects its cultural context and interacts with the surrounding environment.

Tower Trio

The HALL Arts tower, Museum Tower and Atelier Dallas stretch into the North Texas sky over the Dallas Arts District.

The HALL Arts tower, Museum Tower and Atelier Dallas stretch into the North Texas sky over the Dallas Arts District.

Nothing Left to Mill

Detail of a long-abandoned flour mill in Gainesville, Texas.

Detail of a long-abandoned flour mill in Gainesville, Texas.

Catchlight

The Perot Museum of Nature & Science in Dallas, Texas, greets the day as its facade brilliantly reflects the early morning sun, showcasing the museum's striking architecture and inviting visitors to explore the wonders within.

The Perot Museum of Nature & Science in Dallas, Texas, greets the day as its facade brilliantly reflects the early morning sun, showcasing the museum’s striking architecture and inviting visitors to explore the wonders within.

Curl Around

The Omni Dallas Hotel stands as a unique architectural landmark in Dallas, Texas.

The Omni Dallas Hotel stands as a unique architectural landmark in Dallas, Texas.

Criss-Cross

The architectural details of Dallas' Pegasus Villas, which was once Brookhollow Plaza, are a testament to the city's rich design heritage. This landmark showcases the visionary work of architect Paul Rudolph, featuring a 16-story structure that was originally built in the late 1960s. The building stands out with its precast concrete beams and columns, and its history as a re-purposed office building turned into a senior living community adds to its unique character.

The architectural details of Dallas’ Pegasus Villas, which was once Brookhollow Plaza, are a testament to the city’s rich design heritage. This landmark showcases the visionary work of architect Paul Rudolph, featuring a 16-story structure that was originally built in the late 1960s. The building stands out with its precast concrete beams and columns, and its history as a re-purposed office building turned into a senior living community adds to its unique character.

Catch the Sun

Architectural detail of Downtown Dallas' Dallas Arts Tower (formerly Chase Tower).

The Dallas Arts Tower, previously known as Chase Tower, is a prominent feature of Downtown Dallas’ skyline. This 55-story postmodern skyscraper, located at 2200 Ross Avenue, stands at a height of 225 meters (738 feet). Notable for its distinctive architecture, the tower includes a curved glass top and a six-story gap near its summit, earning it the nickname “Keyhole Building” by locals.

Hyatt Tree-gency

A tree's branches adjacent to the facade of the Hyatt Regency San Francisco.

The Hyatt Regency San Francisco features a striking facade, alongside which the branches of a tree stretch out, creating a juxtaposition of natural and architectural beauty.

Blue Sky Twins

The Veer Towers rise into the clear sky over Las Vegas, Nevada.

The Veer Towers ascend into the clear skies above Las Vegas, Nevada, standing as a striking feature of the city’s skyline. These twin 37-story condominium towers, known for their distinctive five-degree incline, are a testament to modern architectural ingenuity and offer residents unparalleled views of the vibrant cityscape.

Reflecting Strata

Oklahoma City's Strata Tower is reflected in the façade of the nearby 101 Park Avenue.

The Strata Tower in Oklahoma City casts its reflection upon the façade of the adjacent 101 Park Avenue building. This interaction of modern architecture creates a visual dialogue between the two structures, showcasing the city’s blend of historical and contemporary design elements.