So guess what? Dallas decided to be all artsy and innovative just in time for my return from the glorious Austin. There sits the Klyde Warren Park right on top of the Woodall Rogers Freeway, which divides downtown Dallas from Uptown. You can sort of picture a long park looking over the entire downtown filled with all sorts of futuristic features and fun things: free croquet rentals, badminton, foosball, ping pong tables, "reading rooms" with newspapers, magazines, books, etc, board game section, live concert stage, etc. You name it.
This project was a freelance assignment for The Texas Tribune for The New York Times.