Architecture City Guide: Dallas

Dallas is hosting both the Super Bowl this coming Sunday and this weeks Architecture City Guide!  If you are heading there for the big game be sure to take a look at our list of buildings featured after the break.  We want to hear from you, so take a minute to add your favorite can’t miss buildings in Dallas in our comment section below.

The Architecture City Guide: Dallas list and corresponding map after the break!

Cite: Minner, Kelly. "Architecture City Guide: Dallas" 02 Feb 2011. ArchDaily. Accessed 25 Oct 2014. <http://www.archdaily.com/?p=108515>
  • 123

    The Kimbell Art Museum is only a 30-40 min drive from Dallas…I would give up a trip to all of these buildings in order to make it to one of Kahn’s masterpieces. Bonus, Ando’s Modern Art Museum is right next door to the Kimbell.

  • ArchiChav

    I’m really surprised that REX’s and OMA’s Wyly Theater is not on this list. It is a lot more impressive than some of Pei’s work and the Thanksgiving Chapel.

    • kaje

      it is on the list. it is bundled together with the winspear opera house, annette strauss square, and sammons park.

  • bryan

    @kanye,fail, legorreta has the latino cultural museum, the perot museum is being done by morphosis

  • Ricardo León

    I am from Dallas and an architecture major (senior). Although the buildings listed above are terrific, I must agree with 123. The Kimbell is literally in EVERY textbook I own. It is a true masterpiece. Hands down the most important building in Texas.

    For less touristy places, The Rachofsky House by Richard Meier is great too, but you’ll only be able to snap a pic from the outside.