Architecture Firm Must Leave Sculpture Behind, Landlord Says

Law360, Dallas (May 14, 2013, 7:16 PM EDT) -- Architecture firm HKS Inc.'s current landlord sued the company Thursday in Texas state court to block it from taking a giant courtyard sculpture to its planned new digs when it moves out after 15 years at its current location.

HKS Building LP, which owns the firm’s headquarters in uptown Dallas, wants an injunction barring the architects from taking the lively red sculpture, described as a “nearly 20-feet tall monument constructed of seven pieces of welded and painted steel,” to its new headquarters downtown when its lease...
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