Looking back over my Daily Caps, I discovered #75 (3/16/14) was never posted. And so it is, here and now and out of order, that post’s 15 minutes of fame….

It's always nice to look upon a past project from a different perspective. This north Dallas office complex was designed and installed in the mid-80's (while employed with another firm), and it just so happens to now be the address of our Dallas office (current employer). So I get to look down on it from 13 floors above when I office with them for the day….
It’s always nice to look upon a past project from a different perspective. This north Dallas office complex was designed and installed in the mid-80’s (while employed with another firm), and it just so happens to now be the address of our Dallas office (current employer). So I get to look down on it from 13 floors above when I office with them for the day….
I love the shadow patterns cast on the plaza from the dormant Crapemyrtles….
An often times overlooked opportunity in landscape architecture: the shadow patterns cast on the plaza from the dormant Crapemyrtles (or any tree for that matter)….
The metal tables and the sculpture (and this particular planting) in the center was not the original design - oh how the influence of property managers and maintenance contractors ideas can change the whole "landscape" of a project, usually in a way contrary to the original vision…something like wearing navy blue socks with black pants (turn the light on so you can see clearly your choices…)
The metal tables and the sculpture, and this particular generations of planting in the center, was not the original design…oh how the influence of property managers and maintenance contractors ideas can change the whole “landscape” of a project, usually in a way contrary to the original vision…something like wearing navy blue socks with black pants (sometimes you need to turn the light on so you can clearly see your choices!)
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