Texas Architect May/June 2015: Color The May/June 2015 issue of Texas Architect magazine looks at bold use of color in diverse architectural projects. Red carries a primal weight for artist Daryl Howard and is a signature statement in her tiny gem of a hill country studio. The glazed skin of the newly built Richards Group in Dallas reveals a stunning array of interior colors each night. In an Austin office lobby, the blues and greens of the city’s sky and landscape are translated into…
Only a select group of builders are invited to display at the Street of Dreams. Each home is a statement by its builder representing the highest level of skill, talent and craftsmanship in architecture, interior design and décor, innovation and landscaping. Each home, open for touring and available for sale, is a showcase home with the best of everything. When purchased, their new owners may well have the greatest luxury home value in the Central Pennsylvania region.
Originator of majestic residences for high-profile clients—Mark Wahlberg, Gisele Bündchen and Tom Brady, and Sugar Ray Leonard among them—Landry Design Group, based in Los Angeles, specializes in ultimate architectural statements. Photo: Erhard Pfeiffer
Curly willow has branches that add a rustic yet whimsical feel to arrangements. Whether mixed with flowers or on their own, these architectural branches make a statement. - sculptural focal point arranged in group of three above garage/driveway
#37. Loyola Law School Los Angeles, California, USA -- Before achieving international fame as one of the world’s most influential architects, Frank Gehry was asked to transform the Loyola Law School campus into a dynamic architectural space. The private Catholic university was founded in 1920, and the current architectural landscape redesign began under Gehry’s instruction in 1978.