Architecture / Historic Buildings, Houston

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  • Downtown Houston from near Clinton Drive
    Downtown Houston from near Clinton Drive
    by davido7236
  • Architecture / Historic Buildings
    by barcodex
  • Mirrored block in Skyline District (Enron Center)
    Mirrored block in Skyline District...
    by davido7236
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    Feel its sizes and contrasts...

    by barcodex Written Aug 24, 2002

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    Favorite thing: Feel its sizes and contrasts of architecture styles of different parts of city.

    Fondest memory: Houston itself outside the downtown. Look at the picture - it's what I call an 'one-floor-America' - buildings do not grow up, they grow wide. It is quite strange to see sucha contrast - extremely high buildings gathered in one place, and thousands of flat houses around. What a contrast!

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    Chase Tower

    by seagoingJLW Written Apr 8, 2003

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    Favorite thing: The Chase Tower has an observation deck worth visiting.

    Fondest memory: Originally built as the Texas Commerce Tower, it was designed by I M Pei.

    The tower is located at 600 Travis Street

    Chase Tower
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    Skyline

    by davido7236 Written Aug 31, 2007

    Favorite thing: I loved the modern blocks in Houston, there are so many fabulous buildings.

    Fondest memory: Great food. I really liked the Mexican food and the great Margaritas.

    Mirrored block in Skyline District (Enron Center) Downtown Houston from near Clinton Drive Houston block by night (Enron Center)

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