The unique 68-acre, 19-block neighborhood known as the Dallas Arts District is home to some of the finest architecture in the world. The striking Dallas skyline boasts architectural wonders by I.M. Pei, Renzo Piano, Norman Foster, Rem Koolhaas and Edward Larrabee Barnes.
The photo gallery below pictures the Meyerson Symphony Center, which was designed by I.M. Pei. Pei describes the exterior glass as “lenses”,which became part of a bold and intriguing geometry to encourage people to enter the building. Also pictured is an eye-catching painting on the side of an indoor parking garage, and the Teammell & Margaret Crow Collection of Asian Art.
The Dallas Center for Architecture gives an educational walking tour of this area twice a month, or simply stroll down Flora Street and have some fun pointing out these architectural marvels.
To learn more about the city’s leading visual and performing arts institutions, within the arts district, click here.
Upcoming events and helpful links to plan your visit are available on the Dallas Arts District website.