More stories about Dallas-Fort Worth-Arlington, TX

  • A Slow Year Didn't Limit Brazilian Tile Makers' Innovation and Style

    Texture, color, and sustainability were major trends at Expo Revestir 2010.

  • A Dallas LEED Platinum Home Sits Lightly on the Land

    This 1,490-square-foot residence by Shipley Architects balances on a couple of steel beams, a few inches above the earth.

  • in the groove

    Shipley Architects: MBCI's corrugated metal roofing and wall materials.

  • hardie boy

    Shipley Architects: James Hardie Building Products' fiber cement siding.

  • vintage appeal

    Shipley Architects: DuroDesign's 100 percent postindustrial cork flooring.

  • pizza porch, dallas

    The site for this northern California house begins in a meadow and continues up a wooded hill. To engage both of these aspects, architect Mark L. Donohue, AIA, divided the copper mesh-covered home into three stepped pavilions that torque to take in variou

  • prototype infill housing: throckmorton site, dallas

    Edward M. Baum, FAIA, says the design for this prototype duplex housing is a creative solution to the 50-foot-by-150-foot infill sites common in Dallas, and he's optimistic it can be adapted to other cities.

  • Rooms in View

    Creating an inviting outdoor room isn't that different from planning interior spaces.

  • guesthouse and party barn, hico, texas

    “I'd like to have a party there,” said one juror. The others agreed, saying the simple, yet beautifully detailed, space “really sings.” Dan Shipley, FAIA, kept forms basic because he didn't want the addition to upstage the main

  • hall of fame: frank d. welch, faia

    Reflecting on his 50-year career, Frank D. Welch, FAIA, recalls the pivotal moment in the architectural journey as if it were yesterday.