Preston Hollow’s Fire Station No. 27 wins local architecture award

Photo courtesy of Thomas McConnell
Photos courtesy of Thomas McConnell LLC Photography

The global architecture firm Perkins+Will received the American Institute of Architects’ 2016 Build Design Honor Awards for Preston Hollow’s Fire Station No. 27.

The 23,600-square-foot fire station is one of four Dallas projects selected for the award by a jury of internationally recognized architects.

08_fire-station-27_mcconnellThe project is Dallas Fire-Rescue Department’s first multi-story station in more than 100 years. Located in the Preston Center, it opened in Dec. 2015 — more than two years behind schedule.

The fire station was chosen for the award because of its “strong organizing concept and celebratory story wall.”

See the full list of the 2016 honor award winners  here.


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