Listings in Built in Houston

A list notable buildings and architects in Houston. 

1400 Smith (former Enron Building)

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One of Houston's most striking skyscrapers, a blue glass slab with curved corners. It is connected to its neighbors by a circular skywalk that crosses Smith Street. Former home of the infamous Enron Corporation, now occupied by Chevron.

1400 Smith Street
Downtown, Houston 77002

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Studio Red Architects: TreeHouse at Memorial City

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Famous for their renovations of public buildings, Studio Red also designs new build facilities for the cultural arts, worship, retail, education, healthcare and commercial purposes. Numerous LEED-certified projects. Pictured: Treehouse, Memorial City

Studio Red: 1320 McGowan St
Midtown, Houston 77004

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Ziegler Cooper Architects: Sacred Heart Co-Cathedral

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Ziegler Cooper is a Houston architecture firm primarily serving schools, churches and communities. The firm offices in Houston's Bank of America building, in a space that suggests the churches they design. A major builder for 30 years.

Ziegler Cooper is at 700 Louisiana Street
Suite 350
Downtown, Houston 77002

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TMCx at the TMC Innovation Institute

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TMCx is a special facility designed for the Texas Medical Center by Gensler architects. At the TMCx accelerator, the Innovation Institute brings together innovators and startup companies working to deliver new medical and scientific breakthroughs.

2450 Holcombe Blvd., Suite X
Downtown, Houston 77030

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Mandell Park

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Award-winning neighborhood park developed by Asakura Robinson, a design and landscape architecture firm founded in Houston. A community garden is integrated into a recreational space. Neighborhood activists contributed this innovative space to city.

4399 Mandell St
Museum District, Houston 77006

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JPMorgan Chase (Gulf) Building

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Art Deco skyscraper commissioned by Jesse H. Jones in 1927, this 37-story building was originally occupied by Gulf Oil and now by JP Morgan Chase. Until 1963 it was the tallest building in Houston. Interiors with murals and breath-taking metalwork.

712 Main Street
Downtown, Houston 77002

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Beer Can House

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A mid-century cottage transformed by its owner into a charming work of folk art with thousands of beer cans, rocks, wood, marbles and other pieces of metal. Tucked into a residential neighborhood and now a landmark open for touring.

222 Malone Street
Rice Military, Houston 77023

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Sam Houston Park & Heritage Society

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A collection of mostly 19th-century homes restored and relocated from various places in Houston, creating an historic oasis in downtown. Tours arranged through the Houston Heritage Society. Picnics allowed, and the park frequently hosts festivals.

1000 Bagby
Downtown, Houston 77002

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Kirksey: UH Calhoun Lofts

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Kirksey designed Calhoun Lofts to house graduate students at University of Houston, offering leading-edge amenities including gorgeous sky terraces. This Houston architecture firm focuses on creating healthy buildings, including the Downtown Y.

Kirksey Architects
6909 Portwest Drive
Memorial Park, Houston 770024

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Texas Children's Hospital - Pavilion for Women

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Designed by FKP, a woman-led architecture firm headquartered in Houston, the Pavilion for Women represents a major expansion of Texas Children's Hospital. The new building had to integrate with existing facilities in world's largest medical center.

6651 Main Street
Medical Center, Houston 77030

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