The Architecture of O’Neil Ford


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O’Neil Ford (1905-1982) was the most influential Texas architect of the twentieth century. A technological innovator who bridged Texas’ rural past and urban future, he taught three generations of architects how to adapt vernacular forms and materials to modern conditions. Widely known for his many projects in San Antonio and Dallas, Ford also designed buildings from Laredo, Texas, to Saratoga Springs, New York, over the course of a sixty-year career.

Published in 1999 by The University of Texas Press. Hardcover with dust jacket. By David Dillon.


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