“Nothing against glass tall boxes”

The City of San Antonio has a rich history of protecting its historic built heritage. Its Riverwalk invites numerous tourists to visit downtown without adding to the crush of automobile traffic, and a series of colonial Franciscan missions, including the Alamo, were recently designated a World Heritage Site. This writer laments to introduction of a glass tower building to the otherwise earth tones of the city’s architecture.


Commentary: In Defense of Beige

By Lionel Sosa

The Rivard Report

August 6, 2016

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