Denton, TX 76205
Stanley A. Bohinc , AIA
Denton, TX 76207
De Soto, TX 75115
Denton, TX 76203
Denton, TX 76201
A Texas Architect: The life and work of O’Neil Ford
The blend of modernism and Texas traditionalism evident in some of Denton’s most iconic buildings can be attributed to the singular style of O’Neil Ford, a longtime Denton resident who was one of the most renowned and prominent architects in the U.S. In his lifetime, Ford was appointed to the National Council on the Arts by President Lyndon B. Johnson and remains the only human to ever be given the title of National Historic Landmark.
New Book Highlights Noted Courthouse Architect
Most Texans have seen his buildings. They picturesquely loom over the square in numerous county seats from La Grange to Gonzales. Now, James Riely Gordon, who designed some of the most elaborate courthouses in the nation, is getting his due with a new book by Chris Meister, "James Riely Gordon: His Courthouses and Other Public Architecture."
Architect: Polshek Partnership (now Ennead Architects) with Jacobs Engineering Group
Ennead Architects went off the grid for their design approach this business school at the University of North Texas.
UNT Apogee Stadium
The University of North Texas Apogee Stadium is the first newly constructed collegiate football stadium in the nation to achieve LEED Platinum Certification by the United States Green Building Council.
UNT Business Leadership Building
The new Business Leadership Building by Polshek Partnership Architects at the University of North Texas in Denton represents UNT’s pursuit of green standards as outlined in the American College & University Presidents’ Climate Commitment.
Originally built in the mid-1950s, City Bank Auditorium in Lubbock is about to undergo its first major update since opening 60 years ago. Kirkpatrick Architecture Studio in Denton and Westlake Reed Leskosky in Cleveland, Ohio, have partnered to complete renovations and additions to the auditorium located adjacent to the northeast corner of the Texas Tech campus.
LaGrone Advanced Technology Complex
Architect: PBK Architects
The 120,792-square-foot LaGrone Advanced Technology Complex, located in the Denton Independent School District, includes 16 academies that provide students with trade-specific technical skills. PBK Architects of Dallas has uniquely designed each academy to reflect a specific professional working environment that facilitates increased learning through experience.
The Shape of Texas Episodes
|19/14||Denton County African American Museum/Quakertown House|
|17/01||Texas Motor Speedway||Fort Worth/Denton||1995|
|05/13||Murchison Performing Arts Center||Denton||1999|
|02/24||Little Chapel in the Woods||Denton||1939|