March/April 2019

In this issue of Texas Architect, we look at a few of the ways fear works its way into, is created by, or is otherwise expressed in the built environment. We check on the architectural discourse triggered by the rising incidents of mass shootings, learn about the neurological effects of solitary confinement, and consider the myths of security built around homeownership. Also: The portfolio examines five architectural projects designed specifically to support other types of media.