Thursday, February 02, 2006

A model for Houston's intermodal center

More great stuff from Christof, and a heck of a lot cheaper. Read the whole thing (this means you, Metro) (go here for earlier discussion).


At 8:29 AM, February 06, 2006, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Houston doesn't have any architectural standouts? How about the Menil Collection? Transco Tower? The Rice campus?

Other than that, I actually agree: the Salt Lake building is a bit boring. I'm not suggesting we see it as a model for style. We have some excellent architects here in Houston who could come up with a distinctive and local design. But I do think it's a useful model in terms of scale and scope.


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