1400 Smith St. & 1500 Louisiana St.
Some photos of 1400 Smith St. & 1500 Louisiana St.
Walking around downtown trying to find different angles on these two buildings was a bit of a challenge. 1400 Smith and 1500 Louisiana were both formerly headquarters to Enron. Both buildings are now used by Chevron, with a third planned 50-story, 1.7 million SF tower proposed by Chevron designed by HOK.
1400 Smith was developed Brookfield Properties and designed by Lloyd Jones Brewer & Associates, completed in 1983.
1500 Louisiana was developed by Hines and designed by Cesar Pelli & Associates, completed in 2002.
Wortham Tower (formerly called American General Building) designed by Lloyd, Morgan, & Jones was completed in 1965. It’s named after Gus Wortham, insurance tycoon and oil baron who founded American General.
Pennzoil Place, The Bank of America Center, One Shell Plaza, Marriott Marquis Houston
Houston Skyline Timelapse
Day to night time-lapse of the Houston skyline. I had my intervals too long so it's a little too quick but it still turned out interesting.