10 Texas Projects Among ArchDaily’s Top 100

In celebration of 10 years since its launch, ArchDaily has compiled a list of the top 100 American projects on the site. Chosen based on their historical popularity on the site, the projects are presented with expanded material. 

Among those selected are seven landmark Texas projects, representing some of the most iconic recent architecture in the state. In no particular order, the projects are:

Chapel at Rio Roca Ranch / Maurice Jennings + Walter Jennings Architects

Chapel at Rio Roca Ranch

-photo by Maurice Jennings + Walter Jennings Architects

Read more about the Chapel at Rio Roca Ranch in the May/June 2013 issue of Texas Architect.

Winspear Opera House / Foster + Partners

Winspear Opera House

-photo by Iwan Bean

Brochstein Pavilion / Thomas Phifer and Partners

Brochstein Pavilion

-photo by Scott Francis

Read more about the Brochstein Pavilion here.

Dixon Water Foundation Josey Pavilion / Lake|Flato Architects

Josey Pavilion

-photo by Casey Dunn

Read more about Josey Pavilion in the March/April 2015 issue of Texas Architect.

Kimbell Art Museum Expansion / Renzo Piano Building Workshop

Kimbell Art Museum Expansion

-photo by Nic Lehoux

Read more about the Kimbell Art Museum Expansion in the March/April 2014 issue of Texas Architect.

Webb Chapel Park Pavilion / Studio Joseph

Webb Chapel Park Pavilion

-photo by Edward Hueber

Read more about the Webb Chapel Park Pavilion in the September/October 2013 issue of Texas Architect.

Wagner Noël Performing Arts Center / Bora Architects + Rhotenberry Wellen Architects

Wagner Noel Performing Arts Center

-photo by Timothy Hursley

Circuit of the Americas / Miro Rivera Architects

Circuit of the Americas

-photo by Paul FInkel for the New York Times

Read more about the Circuit of the Americas here.

Perot Museum of Nature and Science / Morphosis

Perot Museum

-photo by Craig D. Blackmon, FAIA

Read more about the Perot Museum here.

Edgeland House / Bercy Chen Studio

Edgeland House

-photo by Paul Barda

Read more about Edgeland House here. 

Weigh in: Do you think ArchDaily got it right? What other Texas projects would you like to see included on the list? Share your thoughts in the comments below.