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  10. elnina999 has added a photo to the pool: Center: Bank of America. Its red Napoleon granite came from Sweden. It contains a building within a building. Because the telegraph cables of Houston’s Western Union headquarters couldn’t be relocated, the Bank of America Center had to be built around it. The building can still be seen, fully intact, inside the skyscraper’s lobby. View the full article
  11. RaulCano82 has added a photo to the pool: I rarely do HDR photos, but with all the bright lights, I figured Id give it a shot!.. George R Brown Convention Center in Houston TX at night. View the full article
  12. elnina999 has added a photo to the pool: The Mural on the ceiling of the first floor lobby was painted by commercial artist Daniel MacMorris of Kansas City. The mural depicts industry, culture, law and municipal administration in Houston. In one panel a man appears to be wearing a Confederate officer's uniform under his cape. Colors of dusty pink, saffron and rosy red were used to blend with the marble and the soft lighting in the lobby. The centerpiece of the mural is a plaster relief of the Western hemisphere, with the star of Houston in the center. The relief is surrounded by the signs of the zodiac. www.houstontx.gov/abouthouston/cityhallhistory.html View the full article
  13. elnina999 has added a photo to the pool: The Mural on the ceiling of the first floor lobby was painted by commercial artist Daniel MacMorris of Kansas City. The mural depicts industry, culture, law and municipal administration in Houston. Colors of dusty pink, saffron and rosy red were used to blend with the marble and the soft lighting in the lobby. The centerpiece of the mural is a plaster relief of the Western hemisphere, with the star of Houston in the center. The relief is surrounded by the signs of the zodiac. City Hall also was one of the first totally air-conditioned office buildings in Houston. www.houstontx.gov/abouthouston/cityhallhistory.html View the full article
  14. elnina999 has added a photo to the pool: One of the most iconic murals in the city of Houston. Mario Figueroa Jr., also known as GONZO247, is the man behind the famous downtown mural. The mural is the result of Greater Houston Convention and Business Bureau's "Houston Is Inspired" initiative to highlight Houston's culinary and art scene. The mural is a representation of the diversity of the city. As per the artist: these patterns are abstract butterfly wings. Essentially, all the energy from people and all the cultures, we all create the city. And working together, we are what gives Houston that lift - those wings. View the full article
  15. elnina999 has added a photo to the pool: The focal point of Hotel ICON is the full floor lobby, which is punctuated original architectural elements that include turn-of-the-century ironwork, egg and dart moldings and two rows of Doric columns, soaring nearly 30 feet. Hotel ICON initially debuted in 2004, following a $35-million, two-year repurposing and painstaking refurbishment of the 1912 Union National Bank building, which had remained vacant and in a state of near disrepair for more than two decades prior. One of the earliest steel and concrete skyscrapers in the country, the 12-story structure was designed in the neo-classical style by the St. Louis firm of Mauran, Russell & Crowell. www.visithoustontexas.com/listings/hotel-icon/19743/ View the full article
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