Munger Place Architecture Tour
A pocket of streets in Dallas’s east side is a neighborhood named Munger Place Historic District. Developed with a distinct style in mind, these home boast 10 and 20 foot ceilings in the Prairie style of architecture. Prairie School style architecture typical traits are horizontal lines, flat or hipped roofs and broad eaves. Windows are assembled in horizontal bands. Prairie School style was popularized by Frank Lloyd Wright. The construction and craftsmanship are rich and include subtle and detailed decorations.
I was asked to donate my Architectural photography services for this years Munger Place Wine Walk.
As you will see in the building photos and certainly on the tour, these well-preserved homes are impressive, when viewing for the street they look down on you with their grandeur and dominance.
Don’t miss this year’s Wine Walk and tour of homes in the historic district on April 1st. For more information check out http://www.mungerplace.com/
Photography by Architectural Photographer Aaron Dougherty