Paul vetter, aia, leed ap
Paul is a registered architect in the state of Texas with over twenty-five years of experience designing residential and small-scale commercial projects. Graduating from the school of architecture at the University of Texas at Austin, he began his professional career in Chicago working on residential and hospitality projects. Professional opportunities brought him back to Texas and over the years, Paul has had the opportunity to work for influential design firms in both Austin and Dallas; focusing on resource-efficient design and modern Texas regionalism. Paul has completed several LEED projects including the Department of the Army’s first LEED-certified housing project for Senior Officers at Fort Hood and the City of Highland Park’s first LEED Platinum home.
As well as being a licensed architect, Paul is a member of the American Institute of Architects, serving on many AIA Home Tour committees and other forums and is a LEED accredited professional.
In addition to having a passion for architecture, family and faith have been central aspects of Paul’s life. He’s been married for twenty-five years and has a son attending Cistercian. He enjoys time spent camping and fishing and helping the Boy Scouts. He performs volunteer work for the diocese of Dallas and the Knights of Columbus and has made multiple pilgrimages to Santiago de Compostela.