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Dallas Center for Architecture Panel Discussion: The Bridge to Somewhere

| April 12, 2012 | Calendar

Some have pejoratively dismissed the newly-opened Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge as “the bridge to nowhere.” But Santiago Calatrava’s iconic design DOES lead somewhere… to long-established West Dallas neighborhoods, as well as areas already in various developers’ bulls-eyes. In conjunction with the exhibition Nature and Motion: The Architecture of Santiago Calatrava, the Dallas Center for Architecture will present a panel discussion—“The Bridge to Somewhere”—on West Dallas and what will happen to it post-bridge. Panelists will include David Whitley from Dallas CityDesign Studio and the West Dallas Plan; John Brown, architect for Phil Romano’s restaurant incubator Trinity Groves; and Nick Troilo, West Dallas “pioneer” and owner of The Workroom.


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