Dallas is home to a high concentration of structures by world-renowned architects. With some of the most iconic architecture per square mile of any American city, Dallas boasts designs by six Pritzker Prize Laureates, all within close distance to the up and coming Arts District. From Norman Foster’s Opera House to Thom Mayne’s Museum of Nature and Science, these projects are emblematic of a larger city-wide design culture. Beyond the Arts District, Dallas features numerous projects that simultaneously explore the possibilities of public space, programming and new building methods. Filled with modern projects, the city has remarkable landmarks and examples of 21st century historic architecture. Part of the largest land-locked metropolitan area in the United States, Dallas merges with Fort Worth to house works by Frank Lloyd Wright, Louis Kahn and Eero Saarinen.
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