From some perspectives, Asia Society Texas’s building of understated scale and even-tempered disposition, designed by world-renowned Japanese architect Yoshio Taniguchi, calmly melds into a tree-lined residential neighborhood within Houston’s Museum District. Contrastingly, the modernist facade features walls of glass bisected by an infinity water garden terrace where steam vapors rise capriciously from its roofline.
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Asian Americans In Houston: A Kaleidoscope of Cultures Vol. 13, No. 1 (Fall 2016) Download PDF Letter from Editor 2 Asian Americans: Expanding Our Horizons By Edward C. M. Chen and Debbie Z. Harwell 7 An American Chinese in Houston By Edward C. M. Chen 12 From “Tom Brown” to Mykawa Road: […]