Why choose one architectural style? In Tyler’s Mosaic District, no two buildings are alike.
Just a few minutes from the celebrated Rothko Chapel, the Chapel of St. Basil provides a spiritual respite.
Set to open this spring, CoHousing Houston is almost sold out. Its founders hope to build a community where Texans feel supported by their neighbors.
There’s a lot more to Fair Park than Big Tex. It’s also a rare monument to art deco architecture and a battleground for the civil rights movement.
Why the Kimbell Art Museum, in Fort Worth, changed the state’s art world—and architectural ambitions—forever.
Once known for its distinct lean, the former home of the Liberty Bar underwent a painstaking, eight-year renovation process and will soon become Carriqui at the Pearl district.
The restaurant, which will seat almost four hundred diners, is built around a historic building that was painstakingly preserved and updated.
The late San Antonio philanthropist’s two-story condo, once a social hub of the art world, is the ultimate blank canvas.
Pianist James Dick has spent half a century crafting the Round Top Festival Institute into a world-class destination for classical musicians, where architecture, fine arts, green space, and history meet.
In downtown Sanderson, shoppers can get lost in aisles overflowing with eclectic items, old and new.
Building a better Fort Worth.
In a glass-and-steel world of Houston skyscrapers, there was nothing like an art deco obelisk or a pink Gothic cathedral until architect Philip Johnson.
Once Texas was a land of fabulous, ornate county courthouses. It still is, but today they’re flamboyant relics in our streamlined urban landscapes.