The University of Texas at Austin

Main Building

128 years ago today the University of Texas campus opened for business. One of my favorite things about attending the university was the plethora of beautiful buildings to study in. The mixture of Beaux-Arts and modern architecture made for an enjoyable campus environment.

If you’ve ever been interested in learning more about the campus, you’re in luck. Our very own Casey  Dunn recently finished photographing a historical campus guide for Princeton Architectural Press. It includes some in-depth history and information about the buildings and layout and of course a ton of Casey’s beautiful photographs. Pick up a copy at your local bookstore (or Amazon) today.


Sutton Hall

Sutton Hall

Waggener Hall

Waggener Hall

Gregory Gym

Gregory Gym

Gregory Gym

Gregory Gym

Blanton Art Museum

Blanton Art Museum

The LBJ Presidential Library

The LBJ Presidential Library

Main Building

Main Building

 

 

Footnotes

  • http://www.whipplerussell.com Jeremy Maines

    killer photos! hook ‘em

  • Román

    You’re making me very proud, Case!  Well done.

  • Casey

    Thanks man. And way to run off to Spain right when I started this project. Could have used your help figuring out where the heck all 140 of these buildings were on campus. 

  • Lucky

    My alma mater. Great work, Casey. I am so very proud of you.
    Love, Pa

Works Cited

Written By:

Jay B Sauceda

Date

September 15th, 2011