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Dallas Architecture Forum



The Dallas Architecture Forum, a group that has celebrated Dallas’ design since 1997, doesn’t have its own space to host events, but that little detail has never discouraged the not-for-profit from organizing panels, symposia, and more. Filling theaters and auditoriums in places from the West Village to the Wyly, the Dallas Architecture Forum works to maintain a discourse on the current and future state of the cityscape. Special lectures—which have been headlined by the likes of internationally renowned architects such as Rem Koolhaas—are frequently on the calendar, and the group also screens films on occasion. By bringing in architects, critics, academics, and other influential minds to discuss architectural and urban design issues in Dallas, the Dallas Architecture Forum has created a way for architecture enthusiasts—whether savvy professionals or just interested amateurs—to interact on a regular basis.

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