In Dallas, a new residential tower by architects Johnson Fain, sits in the midst of the vibrant Arts District, in close proximity to all the major performance and museum spaces. The 42 story Museum Tower uses particularly crisp and reflective glazing on its curved facades which catches light from a broad area of the sky. This gives it the effect , particularly in the soft light of dawn and dusk, of glowing long past the time when most of the other flat sided facades of the city skyline have faded to black.
It was President’s Day weekend. A cool and sunny forecast had brought scores of people out to the new Klyde Warren Park spanning the central expressway. Steadying the tripod in our elevated position above the plaza, a grassy knoll over to our right, we had a clear view of our target for the day…..
I’d been commissioned by the owners of Museum Tower to create a series of images for marketing collateral for the building, including printed and online pieces.