Corporate Campus

Las Colinas Association Headquarters

Dallas, Texas/15,500 SF

Occupying a 2.3-acre site on a sweeping oxbow of the Elm Fork of the Trinity River, the new home of the Las Colinas Association rises on heritage land bequeathed to the citizens of Irving by Las Colinas founder Ben Carpenter. The structure is rendered in a Texas modern style, and is reminiscent of a ranch home. Standing seam metal roofs and native stone clad the exterior, and both stone and metal flow indoors to create a sense of open-air living on the Texas prairie. Work space for LCA officials occupies the first floor, and a large community room unfolds as one ascends the spiral stair that wraps the interior of the signature cylinder at its entrance. Meeting space spills out onto a wrap-around porch on both levels of the facility, offering spectacular views of the Las Colinas’ Urban Center and Lake Carolyn.

The building plan and orientation is site-inspired, reflecting the Trinity River's adjacent sweeping oxbow. It has a Texas modern aesthetic that celebrates the region's farming and ranching heritage, with stone-wrapped columns, porches and low, standing-seam metal roofs.

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Jan 31, 2014Close

Las Colinas Association Breaks Ground on New Headquarters

Irving, Texas (PRWEB) The Las Colinas Association announced the groundbreaking today of its new 15,500-square-foot, two-story headquarters building, designed by BOKA Powell architects. Located on a 2.3-acre site along the bank of the Elm Fork of... Read More