Texas Architect - November/December 2012: Redevelopment
This issue on the theme of “Redevelopment” exploits the multiple dimensions of the term, which routinely implies not only physical change, but overall change for the better. Along with new structure, redevelopment often occasions new uses, new energy, new life — a welcome revitalization. In some cases, there is even a kind of redevelopment — and an accompanying invigoration — that results more from a remix of uses than from physical change.
Crow Holdings at Old Parkland by Michael Malone, AIA 48 Texas Architect 11/12 2012 Project Corporate Headquarters at Old Parkland, Dallas Architect Good Fulton & Farrell Design team R. Lawrence Good, FAIA; Jonathan Rollins, AIA; Lance Braht, AIA; Sansanee Praditkul; Alex Fluker; Emily Owens Contractor Andres Construction Services Consultants Pritchard Associates (owner’s rep); GFF Interiors (interiors); Brockette Davis Drake (civil); Datum Consulting Engineers, (structural); Blum Consulting Engineers (MEP); SMR (Landscape); Essential Light Design Studios (lighting); Acuity (communications) Photographer Crow Holdings; Good Fulton & Farrell