Photos Related to "Dallas Design District"

Layers and Layers

An abstract view of the Dallas Urby apartments tower in Dallas' Design District.

An abstract view of the Dallas Urby apartments tower in Dallas’ Design District.

Ferris Wheelers

Craning

A tower crane overhead at a construction site in Dallas, Texas.

A tower crane overhead at a construction site in Dallas, Texas.

Interweave

Abstract architectural detail of Dallas' abandoned Cabana Motor Hotel. This historic structure was once owned by Doris Day and housed The Beatles during their 1964 visit to Dallas and was built by Jay Sarno, who would later go on to develop Las Vegas' Caesars Palace.

Abstract architectural detail of Dallas’ abandoned Cabana Motor Hotel. This historic structure was once owned by Doris Day and housed The Beatles during their 1964 visit to Dallas and was built by Jay Sarno, who would later go on to develop Las Vegas’ Caesars Palace.

Bunny Charger

Artist Richard Phillips’ controversial piece “Playboy Marfa” overlooks a matte black 1972 Dodge Charger that sits atop a canted concrete platform as part of his collaboration with Playboy. Originally sited in Marfa, Texas, the sculptures now reside at the Dallas Contemporary.

Artist Richard Phillips’ controversial piece “Playboy Marfa” overlooks a matte-black 1972 Dodge Charger that sits atop a canted concrete platform as part of his collaboration with Playboy. Originally sited in Marfa, Texas, the sculptures now reside at the Dallas Contemporary.

Playboy

Artist Richard Phillips' controversial piece "Playboy Marfa" (originally sited in Marfa, Texas, but forced to move to comply with the Highway Beautification Act) rises into the morning sky over Dallas.

Artist Richard Phillips’ controversial piece “Playboy Marfa” (originally sited in Marfa, Texas, but forced to move to comply with the Highway Beautification Act) rises into the morning sky over Dallas.

Charger

A matte black 1972 Dodge Charger sits atop a canted concrete platform as part of sculpture Richard Phillips' collaboration with Playboy. Originally sited in Marfa, Texas, the sculpture now resides at the Dallas Contemporary.

A matte-black 1972 Dodge Charger sits atop a canted concrete platform as part of sculpture Richard Phillips’ collaboration with Playboy. Originally sited in Marfa, Texas, the sculpture now resides at the Dallas Contemporary.

The Zebra Door

A whimsically-decorated building spotted in the Dallas Design District.

A whimsically-decorated building spotted in the Dallas Design District.