Architecture, Art, and Texas
12:45 pm - 1:30 pm
Thursday, October 28, 2021

Two of the most celebrated architecture firms in Texas—and the country—come together in this panel to discuss new visual retrospectives of their work. San Antonio-based Lake|Flato Architects are the minds behind their city’s Witte Museum, the structures in Confluence Park, and much more. Austin’s Miró Rivera Architects are the creators of much of the Circuit of the Americas complex, the Texas Exes Alumni Center, and many residential buildings in the Austin area. Hear directly from the principal architects as they discuss their work, their process, and their inspiration.

In association with Texas Highways magazine

  • Moderator: Clayton Maxwell, Texas Highways senior writer
  • Format: This is a live, virtual event on CrowdCast (RSVP link above).
  • Chat: Feel free to use the chat box in CrowdCast to share your thoughts and virtually cheer for and share kudos with the session’s participants! Disorderly comments will be removed immediately. Please refer to the code of conduct.
  • Book(s): Click the book cover(s) below to purchase through BookPeople, Texas Book Festival’s partner bookseller. Your purchase helps support the author(s), independent bookselling, and the Texas Book Festival. Thank you.

Ted Flato, Juan Miró, Miguel Rivera, David Lake, Lake|Flato: Nature, Place, Craft & Restraint, Miró Rivera Architects: Building a New Arcardia, , Lake|Flato: Nature, Place, Craft, Restraint


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