The ModTexas archive of architectural treasures across Texas serves as a reminder to appreciate the delightful details all around us.
Not everyone in San Augustine is on board for local artist Gary Brewer's perplexing project, which is three stories high and counting.
The online sensation was a living symbol of at least one of these things.
The quintessential Austin filmmaker discusses taking an unadaptable book from page to screen.
Dream of building your own medieval fortress? You aren’t alone.
By reviving a small-town movie theater, can a Lubbock businessman revive a small town too?
Or perhaps a more fitting and respectful fate is to just let the structure crumble, to go the way of the ancient ruins.
Tree houses—they’re not just for kids anymore.
This isn't a real proposal, but it is really neat.
Houston put a man on the moon and performed the first artificial heart transplant. So why can’t it save the Eighth Wonder of the World?
Voters may have decided that the Astrodome isn't worth saving, but The Architect's Newspaper has published four ideas for what to do with the space.
The Lone Star state constructed over 36 million square feet of energy-efficient space last year.
It took less than twenty seconds to take down the sixty-year-old MD Anderson building, which was demolished to make way for new clinical space.
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The contrversial color of ASan Antonio’s new public library is only the latest indication that architect Ricardo Legorreta isn’t afraid to buck convention.
Up for sale in Dallas, the Shanbaum house boasts a whopping 28,000 square feet and what may be Texas’ most comprehensive collection of sixties and seventies kitsch—along with a $2.75 million price tag.
Once again a critical eye is cast on those irregularities along the skyline called buildings.