San Antonio’s “Latino High Line” opens to the public

By Jonathan Hilburg • May 15, 2018 https://www.archpaper.com/2018/05/san-antonio-latino-high-line-opens-public/ The first part of phase 1 of the San Pedro Creek redevelopment in San Antonio, Texas, is now open to the public, and the waterway’s rejuvenation has been touted as a celebration of Latino culture in the city. San Antonio-based Muñoz and Company was tapped in 2015 to design the 2.2-mile-long restoration…

A Tale of Two Henrys

CEO, Henry R. Muñoz III discusses the legacy of Henry B. Gonzalez and his father Henry “the Fox” Muñoz Jr. for the San Antonio Public Library’s Hispanic Heritage Month Lecture Series.

Grand Rapids ArtPrize

  Muñoz & Company sponsored by Jarritos, and RKI Texas Lighting installed Port of Entry at Calder Plaza from September 23 – October 11, 2015 for ArtPrize7, in Grand Rapids Michigan. An adaptation of “Mestizo City” installation for 2012 Art Basel/Design Miami Port of Entry celebrates the rich cultural identity of Grand Rapids, of Michigan, and the United States…
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