Texas Mid-Century Modern Office Buildings (page 2)

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First City Building
Beaumont, TX
The First City Building was built in 1962. It originally housed the First City Bank. The cast concrete screen reflects the sun and saves on cooling costs. [map]

office building
Odessa, TX
This office building was built in 1960. [map]

Ector County Courthouse
Odessa, TX
The Ector County Courthouse was built in 1964. It was built around its 1938 predecessor. For more, see these websites: 1 and 2. [map]

Scurry County Courthouse
Snyder, TX
The Scurry County Courthouse was built in 1911. It was remodeled in 1950. This version from 1972 was designed by Joseph Hinton. [map]

Phoenix Insurance Co. of Hartford
Houston, TX
The Phoenix Insurance Co. of Hartford was designed by Neuhaus & Taylor and built in 1961. [map]

Jefferson Chemical Building
Houston, TX
Bellfort Square Office Building
Houston, TX
The Jefferson Chemical Building was designed by Neuhaus & Taylor and built in 1965. [map]

The Bellfort Square Office Building was built in 1966. The building's main occupant now is the Academy of Accelerated Learning. [map]

former Siemens Building
Arlington, TX
The Siemens Building was built in 1957. The building now houses A.F. Technologies. I.M. Pei and Felix Candela were consultants in the design of this building. [map]

Halff Associates
Richardson, TX
The Halff Associates building appears to be from the 1960s or 1970s. [map]

Continental Building
San Antonio, TX
The Continental Building was built in 1963. It appeared to be vacant when these photos were taken in 2011. [map]

Dixie Form & Steel Company
San Antonio, TX
The Dixie Form & Steel Company building was designed by Marmon Mok and built in 1963. The building housed the NCOA (Non-Commissioned Officers Association) from around 1973 until 2009. That occupant added NCOA letters to the facade. The building now houses the Kingdom Life Christian Ministries. The church replaced the NCOA letters with KLCM. For more, see these this website. [map]

More Texas Mid-Century Modern Office Buildings:
law office (Amarillo)
Coca-Cola (Houston)
Petroleum Building (Longview)
Pepsi (Waco)