Trammell Crow Center

Skidmore, Owings, and Merrill
1985





Distant view

This elegant 50-story skyscraper at the northeast side of downtown is clad in polished granite and smoky glass windows. It is capped by a glass pyramid and finally a slender needle. It is the sixth tallest building in Dallas.
 

Looking up

The plan is essentially a Greek cross with angular bay windows projecting from each end of the cross.
 

Plaza and sculpture garden

The intimate plaza is beautifully landscaped and includes a sculpture garden with bronze works by French sculptors. See sculpture at Trammell Crow Center.
 

A two story building north of the tower--a museum for the Crow Collection of Asian Art

 


See also the sculpture around Trammel Crow Center .

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