Throughout, mounts from the Pinkerton’s own collection line the walls and the reclaimed, local materials provide a sense of liveliness and warmth.
A compromise between the angled glass lines
of the building’s envelope and a more traditional
space had to be struck.
The warm tones and soft grain of cypress lend a relaxed backdrop to the space, while the dark-stained post oak floors give character and weight. Art on the walls was curated from both modern and traditional Texas artists.