Like a number of other skyscrapers in Houston, it was a boring block of black glass. Sure, energy efficient, but not very attractive.
Then in 1996 something wonderful happened.
The building was transformed into a Houston landmark by the architectural firm of DMJM Keating. It added a six-story cap to the skyscraper with a big hole cut into it. In text, it sound stupid.
But from the ground, from the air, and from neighboring buildings it’s a treat by day and a beacon when illuminated by night.
1111 Louisiana(between Lamar and Dallas;use Milam), Houston, TX 77002
ALBUQUERQUE LITTLE THEATRE