The_Overdog wrote:That stone base makes it look like a castle. This is a very petty complaint, but I wish they could have put some lighting or portholes or something in the castle portion, as that is going to be imposing when passing by on the sidewalk.
R1070 wrote:Now you have to have a parking garage and surface parking in Uptown. lol
In many ways the Rolex Building is the anti-Dallas because of its modest size and contextual design. As architecture, the composition is clear and to the point, commanding one to discover details and intricacies. Not all of these discoveries are deeply satisfying, but they still manage to provoke thoughts and conversations often absent from similar projects in the region. But on the whole, the Rolex Building is a welcome addition to Dallas that is worthy of a visit, and an example that developers should internalize.
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