In this week’s edition of our monthly feature, we take a look at some of the most interesting, inspiring and beautiful buildings in the city of Houston, Texas.
The most important building in our top 10 is the Houston Museum of Art.
It’s an iconic structure that serves as a hub for the city’s art scene.
The Houston Museum is home to over 400 artworks and is located just west of downtown Houston in the heart of the historic downtown district.
It is home of the Houston Art Museum, a collection of over 100 works of art that span the last five decades.
The building’s facade is the work of renowned Houston architect Robert Noyes.
It was designed by a team of architects including William C. Covington and Charles Dutton.
The museum is the second-oldest building in Houston, after the old State Capitol building, which was built in 1929.
It has served as a center for Houston’s art community since 1972.
Houston is home also to the International Center for the Arts, which houses Houston’s newest and most significant art museum.
The new facility opened in 2017.
It opened its doors in 2017 and has over 120 galleries.
The Art Institute of Houston is one of the oldest, most significant and best-known institutions of higher education in the world.
The institution is housed in the historic Art Museum of Texas and is the only institution in the United States to house the Art Institute’s flagship art collection.
Its collection spans more than 20,000 works.
Its current exhibition is called The Color of Things, which showcases the color palette and scale of artworks created by the artists of Houston and across the country.
It also features the works of renowned contemporary artists like Jeff Koons, Mieko and others.
The Museum of Modern Art was founded in 1927.
It currently houses the Museum of Science, where a variety of museums are housed.
It houses the Whitney Museum of American Art, which is home for the world’s most significant collection of African American art, known as the National Portrait Gallery.
The Contemporary Art Museum at the Houston Convention Center is the city-owned home of Houston’s largest and most prominent contemporary art collection, the Whitney Biennial Collection.
It includes works from such artists as Mark Rothko, Damien Hirst, James Baldwin, Diane Arbus, Andy Warhol, James Bond, Robert Rauschenberg and other leading artists.
The Galleria is the heart and soul of Houston.
The city’s convention center is home not only to the world-renowned Texas State Fair, but also to major events such as Comic-Con International, SXSW and the Texas Film Festival.
It hosts major events, including the world premiere of Disney’s Beauty and the Beast at the Galleria, the annual Grammy Awards, the NFL Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony and more.
It features the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo.
The Grand Texas Convention Center (GTCC) is a state-of-the-art, state-owned facility with over 1.4 million square feet of space.
It serves as the primary hub for Texas’ state government and a hub of the city.
It began operations in 1962 and was originally called the Houston World’s Fair and was renamed the World’s Great Exhibition in 2005.
It now houses nearly 3 million square foot of office space and is home mostly to the Texas Legislature.
The Texas Capitol Building is a federal building with an estimated 3 million sq. ft. of space and includes the offices of the state’s Cabinet.
The State Capitol is the official residence of Texas Governor Greg Abbott.
It occupies approximately 3.7 million square ft. in the State Capitol, including space for the state and federal agencies.
It became the official headquarters of the Texas Department of State Health Services and the Capitol’s Executive Office Building.
It sits atop the Texas Capitol Complex.
It dates back to 1875 and was designed as a state house.
The state Capitol is home most recently to the Legislative Office Building and State Capitol Complex, both of which are named after the two-term Texas governor.
The Senate Chamber is the home of state and local government, including offices for the House of Representatives, Senate, and the House Administration Committee.
The House of Delegates is the legislative chamber, which provides lawmakers with a platform for their legislative business.
It holds the power to approve or reject bills, amend or repeal laws, and issue or veto presidential appointments.
The White House, which serves as an executive office, houses the President and his staff and also serves as his official residence.
It can be viewed from several vantage points, including on the West Wing of the White House.
It spans nearly 300,000 square feet and is comprised of three main floors.
It encompasses three floors of offices, a conference center, and an office suite for staff and other visitors.
It covers a total of 990,000 sq. feet of public space.
The National Mall is home the nation’s capital, which includes a national park and