10 edition of Architecture in Texas, 1895-1945 found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 321-334) and index.
|Statement||Jay C. Henry.|
|LC Classifications||NA730.T5 H46 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 364 p. :|
|Number of Pages||364|
|LC Control Number||92028931|
Ayres & Ayres, Architects, records represents extensive documentation of a prominent San Antonio firm spanning a period of 83 years of practice (). Atlee Bernard Ayres () and his son Robert Moss Ayres () formed a partnership in Papers, photographs, and drawings document the long practice of the San Antonio architects. In his book Architecture in Texas , Jay C. Henry writes "The dramatically articulated massing seen in the Paducah courthouse tends to diminish in subsequent work by Voelcker and Dixon." The buildings became simpler and stylized, undoubtedly due to cost constraints and a desire for more "functional" modern buildings.
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Arch B. Swank Jr. () is one of the great innovative figures of Texas architecture, working on such projects as the semiconductor complex in Richardson () for Texas Instruments and the Great Southwest Corporation's industrial park in Arlington (). Architectural drawings and reproductions, building specifications, financial documentation, correspondence, legal documentation. Archictect” [sic] (M.A. thesis, University of North Texas, ); Judith Singer Cohen’s Cowtown Moderne: Art Deco Architecture of Fort Worth, Texas (College Station: Texas A&M University Press, ), and Jay Henry’s Architecture in Texas, (Austin: University of Texas Press, ).These works offer an excellent overall view but their main focus is on architectural styles, not theAuthor: Deborah M. Liles.
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This book is the first comprehensive survey of Texas architecture of the first half of the twentieth century. Architecture in Texas By Jay C. Henry Skip to main content.
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This is a great book, Texas has so many great buildings built during this time, formost being the UT campus, the Rice Campus and Fair Park Dallas. This book is exhaustive and the images are beautiful. Anyone, who has a love for architecture should have this book, not just those of us who love Texas/5.
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