Discovery of the Cistern

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Few Houstonians have seen the Cistern, the huge underground structure that was once used as the city's underground drinking-water reservoir. Today, Buffalo Bayou Partnership (BBP) and the Architecture Center Houston present Guy Hagstette, a consultant and project manager for BBP, in a talk called Discovery of the Cistern. SmartGeoMetrics is providing 3-D imaging of the now empty space while Hagstette details the facility's history and possible future.

6 p.m. reception. 6:30 p.m. presentation. 315 Capitol. For information, call 713-752-0314 or visit aiahouston.org. Free.
Thu., Aug. 29, 6:30 p.m., 2013

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