Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center Photos (3 Part Series)

The Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center in Dallas, TX, is a Pritzker Prize masterwork by I.M. Pei and Russell Johnson, nestled in the heart of the Arts District. My class was lucky enough to be offered an in-depth architectural tour of it by architect Tom Cox. There are so many photos and so much information to cover, that I've split it into a three part series.

Part 1: The Exterior

This entry will cover the exterior of the building, the outside sculptures, surrounding grounds, and the context of the buildings around it.

Part 2: The Lobby

This entry will cover the interior of the building that includes the restaurant/bar, the lobby, and other areas generally available to the public that don't include the concert hall.

Part 3: The Concert Hall and Inner Sanctum

This entry will cover the Eugene McDermott Concert Hall (which you would only see if you had a ticket) and the mysterious Inner Sanctum (here there be dragons!).

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