Dallas Center for Architecture

Build Your City! program at Klyde Warren Park
DCFA offers a rotating series of exhibitions at the Center and spaces throughout the community.
Located adjacent to Klyde Warren Park, the Center has space for exhibitions and programming. (Photo by Craig Blackmon, FAIA.)
One of our most popular exhibitions is held at the holidays: Through A Child's Eyes: Building Toys and Toy Buildings.  Kids of all ages get to try their hand in our "Construction Zone."
Our walking tours explore the great architecture Dallas has to offer, including the I.M. Pei-designed Meyerson Symphony Center in the Dallas Arts District.

At the Dallas Center for Architecture, we work to encourage the conversation about why architecture matters to YOU. We examine a variety of topics--from sustainability and design excellence to preservation and urban planning.

Founded by AIA Dallas in 2008, DCFA presents a variety of public programs, including walking tours, film screenings, exhibitions, panel discussions and family programs.  We also support a scholarship/traveling fellowship program that awards thousands of dollars to the next generation of architects and design professionals.

The Dallas Center for Architecture is located at 1909 Woodall Rodgers Freeway, just north of the Dallas Arts District and adjacent to Klyde Warren Park. We are open weekdays to visitors and hope you will visit soon. 

Membership Category: 
Organizational Member
Address: 
1909 Woodall Rodgers Freeway
Suite 100
Dallas,  Texas  75201
United States
214.880.1550
Programs: 
Dedicated Programming Space
Exhibitions
Family Programs
Film Screenings
K-12 Design Education
Lectures/Public Programs
Scholarships/Fellowships
Tours
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