Location:Completed: 2010 Architect: Yoshio Tanigcuchi
The Asia Society Texas Center is a multi-use facility which provides a place for the exploration and celebration of Asian cultures, politics, communities, traditions, food, and arts. The multifaceted design supports Asia Society’s diverse programming, from business and economic affairs to literary and musical performances. The new 38,000-SF building located in the Museum District encompasses meeting facilities, an art gallery, a 280-seat theater, beautiful gardens, wide foyers and public reception areas, an Asia Store, a garden cafe, and offices for the Texas Center staff. This project received an AIA Design Award for Architecture Less than 50,000 SF in 2014.