Dallas Architecture Forum presents Preservation Issues for Dallas
The last two decades have seen a monumental shift in historic preservation both in Dallas and across the country. This is reflective of a broader renewed interest in the built environment, old and new, specifically how buildings, landscapes and places impact our lives. Today there are many more available studies on the subject, allowing Dallas's citizens to be increasingly involved in the decision-making process that determines what their surroundings look like and how it will affect them.
Though much progress has been made in Dallas, much remains to be achieved. Updated and improved tools are needed to guide future development and preservation efforts. This panel, moderated by Katherine Seale, will examine how our city can make informed decisions that will preserve a good foundation on which to build a better future.