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Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas

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Identification

Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas
Dallas Fed
118412

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Structure in General

high-rise building
existing [completed]
modernism

Usages

governmental office

Facts

  • The building is clad in limestone, similar to that of the adjacent Meyerson Concert Hall. The stone surfaces are countered by glass elements which punctuate the structure, emphasising important functions.
  • The heart of the structure is the central garden courtyard. This garden joins all the functions of the building and connects them into an ensemble, encouraging a sense of community. Spiraling around the garden are a series of masses which gradually ascend to a tower housing the executive functions.
  • The building is composed of three dominant parts. The first is made up of the vaults and the spaces related to money processing. The second contains public spaces such as dining areas, training facilities and the auditorium. The third comprises office space, including large areas for maximum flexibility and smaller areas for executive functions. This tripartite composition forms the building’s vertical section

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Location

2200 North Pearl Street
2200 North Pearl Street
75201
Dallas
Texas
U.S.A.

Technical Data

223.29 ft
17
1989
1992
9

Involved Companies


Sikes, Jennings, Kelly and Brewer

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