Modern Architecture, Austin, TX Photos

Texas State Capitol Austin, while not a major city, has a surprising number of significant modern highrises.

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Panorama of Austin skyline. Austin, TX.Austin highrises from Texas Tower of University of Texas. Austin, TX.Frost Bank Tower & Austin highrises from Texas Tower of University of Texas. Austin, TX.William P. Clements State Office Building. Austin, TX.
Panorama of Austin skyline. Austin, TX.Austin highrises from Texas Tower of University of Texas. Austin, TX.Frost Bank Tower & Austin highrises from Texas Tower of University of Texas. Austin, TX.William P. Clements State Office Building (1986) (15 floors) (300 West 15th St.). Austin, TX.
Capitol Tower. Austin, TX.Museum of Art. Austin, TX.One American Center terraced with brown edging & galleria entrance. Austin, TX.Frost Bank Tower with four inward leaning facets at crown. Austin, TX.
Capitol Tower (1986) (20 floors) (206 East 9th St.). Austin, TX. Architect: Polkinghorn, Chapman, Cline, & Guy Architects.Museum of Art (1971) (16 floors) (823 Congress Ave.). Austin, TX. Architect: Page Southerland Page.One American Center (1982) (32 floors) (600 Congress Ave.) terraced with brown edging & galleria entrance. Austin, TX. Architect: Morris-Aubry.Frost Bank Tower (2004) (33 floors) (401 North Congress Ave.) with four inward leaning facets at crown. Austin, TX. Style: Postmodern. Architect: HKS Inc..
Frost Bank Tower unique shape. Austin, TX.Frost Bank Tower crown detail. Austin, TX.Frost Bank Tower crown detail. Austin, TX.One Congress Plaza with triangular upper floors. Austin, TX.
Frost Bank Tower unique shape. Austin, TX.Frost Bank Tower crown detail. Austin, TX.Frost Bank Tower crown detail. Austin, TX.One Congress Plaza (1987) (30 floors) (111 Congress Ave.) with triangular upper floors. Austin, TX. Style: Postmodern. Architect: HKS Inc..
One Congress Plaza overall shape. Austin, TX.One Congress Plaza ground floor structure. Austin, TX.One Congress Plaza sunken gardens. Austin, TX.100 Congress gold with tent-like top. Austin, TX.
One Congress Plaza overall shape. Austin, TX.One Congress Plaza ground floor structure. Austin, TX.One Congress Plaza sunken gardens. Austin, TX.100 Congress (1987) (22 floors) (100 Congress Ave.) gold with tent-like top. Austin, TX. Architect: Hellmuth, Obata & Kassabaum.
100 Congress with indented corners. Austin, TX.301 Congress Avenue with glass roof. Austin, TX.Bank One Tower with blue glass & airport-control tower shape at top. Austin, TX.300 West Sixth Street with barrel roof. Austin, TX.
100 Congress with indented corners. Austin, TX.301 Congress Avenue (1986) (22 floors) (301 Congress Ave.) with glass roof. Austin, TX. Architect: Hlyton Dey.Bank One Tower (1974) (22 floors) (221 West Sixth St.) with blue glass & airport-control tower shape at top. Austin, TX. Architect: Lloyd, Morgan & Jones.300 West Sixth Street (2002) (23 floors) (300 West Sixth St.) with barrel roof. Austin, TX. Architect: HKS Inc. with Page Southerland Page.
300 West Sixth Street facade. Austin, TX.Austin Convention Center with One Congress Plaza behind. Austin, TX.Austin Convention Center rotunda tower. Austin, TX.Downtown skyline. Austin, TX.
300 West Sixth Street facade. Austin, TX.Austin Convention Center (1992) (East Cesar Chavez St.) with One Congress Plaza behind. Austin, TX. Architect: Page Southerland Page & Austin Collaborative Venture.Austin Convention Center rotunda tower. Austin, TX.Downtown skyline. Austin, TX.
San Jacinto Center to right of Radisson Hotel above Colorado River. Austin, TX.Downtown skyline at night. Austin, TX.Frost Bank Tower at night. Austin, TX.100 Congress Tower at night. Austin, TX.
San Jacinto Center (1987) (21 floors) (98 San Jacinto Boulevard) to right of Radisson Hotel above Colorado River. Austin, TX. Architect: Page Southerland Page.Downtown skyline at night. Austin, TX.Frost Bank Tower at night. Austin, TX.100 Congress Tower at night. Austin, TX.
Bob Bullock Texas State History Museum. Austin, TX.


Bob Bullock Texas State History Museum (2001). Austin, TX.



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