Highlights from last night’s discussion with the Dallas Opera’s Graeme Jenkins and Theater Projects’ John Coyne: how to make the Arts District livelier, what the DO didn’t get that European companies do, building a Dallas Theater Center set on the fly.
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“Elsewhere, Texas” is a small show, mostly just color photos of 23 projects around the state from the past decade. But in his review, Jerome Weeks says ‘small’ is part of the point. These are not big-ego, big-ticket projects. But they point to what may be our future.
Watch David Dillon on the role of architecture critic, and the importance of newspapers. The interview excerpts with Dillon, who died yesterday, were shot for Stop the Presses, a documentary by Mark Birnbaum and Manny Mendoza.
The Italian architect has now designed three of Texas’ leading art museums: the Nasher in Dallas, the Menil in Houston and the Kimbell expansion in Fort Worth. All three, he says, are a legacy of his work with his ‘master’ — original Kimbell architect Louis Kahn.
We normally don’t pour over the fine print of Architectural Digest‘s annual top 100 list of interior designers and architects. That’s our story for why we just got around to the January issue — which features “the AD 100″ — and we’re sticking with it. Actually, we normally don’t examine the list in detail because […]
Panorama is a relatively new, bilingual, European, architecture newspaper (it’s published in English and Spanish). It’s put out by the same folks who publish the future arquitecturos competitions, but calling Panorama a “newspaper” is a bit of a stretch because although it’s got the big, broadsheet layout (with what seems like glossy color photos), it, […]
Mark Fuller’s LA-based company, WET Design, created the famous Bellagio aquatic showcase, and now he’s getting ink from The New Yorker (abstract only, subscription required for full story). That’s because WET is behind the re-do of Lincoln Center‘s signature “water feature” (translation: fountain). But one of Fuller’s earliest efforts at H20 architecture? The wonderful ‘water […]
Innovative architect Rem Koolhaas met with the media last week — and then sat down with us to answer questions about the Wyly Theatre, Dallas architecture (“very bland”), the courage of Dallas donors and the horizontal vs. the vertical in the Arts District.
Architect Joshua Prince-Ramus met with the media and the public last week — and then answered our questions about why the Wyly Theatre’s interior has only one bright color, how “low-tech” the Wyly actually is and what happened to his relationship with his mentor, Rem Koolhaas.
The four renowned architects behind the Winspear Opera House and the Wyly Theatre — two of them Pritzker Prize-laureates — are in town meeting the public and answering questions: Why the red? Why the tubes? But mostly, how did the two performance halls in the AT&T PAC turn out the different ways they did?