Lakewood Theater resumes its role as the proud symbol of a community.
Norman Alston recognized for his contributions to the advancement of architecture and society.
Unique Bianchi House approved for landmark designation by Dallas’ Landmark Commission.
The Future meets the Past. Norman Alston speaks about historic preservation to students at the University of Texas at Arlington.
The passing of William Murtagh, first Keeper of the National Register
Dallas City Council approves contract for Fair Park First to manage Fair Park.
The inner workings of the lighted ball atop the Lakewood Theater Tower.
Restoration of the neon at the historic Lakewood Theater continues with the removal for restoration of the lighted ball at the top of the Big Tower.
Dallas Park Board votes to recommend to City Council the contract between Fair Park First and the City of Dallas for the long-term management of Fair Park National Historic Landmark.
This article may bring to light a gathering conflict in the way we experience our city.
An unimaginable tragedy as perhaps 20 million historic artifacts may have been lost.
Facadism may occassionally work as an urban design tactic, but please don’t call it preservation - Starr Herr-Cardillo.
Norman Alston Architects is part of Fair Park First, the team recommended for the care and operation of Dallas’ Fair Park National Historic Landmark.
Art conservator examines Lakewood Theater mural.
Lakewood Theater restoration begins with the neon.
A tragic fire overnight at the Glasgow School of Art
My journey up through the interior of the Park Cities Baptist Church steeple.
A flowing, connected interior—once a fringe experiment of American architectural modernism—has become ubiquitous, and beloved. But it promises a liberation from housework that remains a fantasy. - Ian Bogost, The Atlantic
AIA Dallas issues A Policy Statement on Local Architectural Heritage.
An interesting article that I have been sitting on too long.