What do you love about residential architecture in Dallas?
”Dallas residential architecture represents a wide diversity of architects and styles that collectively create a rich and meaningful architectural fabric and heritage.”
”Our neighborhoods include carefully crafted and well-executed examples of every imaginable historical style. Highland Park and Lakewood neighborhoods contain beautiful examples of Spanish Colonial Revival, Mediterranean and Romaneseque, imported from early Beverly Hills and Southern California by Architects such as Clifford Hutsell and Charles Dilbeck. Craftsman and Prairie Style homes at every scale are scattered throughout the city. Our collection of Texas regional modernism is unprecedented, with residences rooted in our own distinct climate, context and culture by Architects such as David Williams, O’Neil Ford, Bud Ogelsby and Frank Welch. This local regionalism seamlessly blends with the early to mid-century modernism coming out of the East and West Coasts in the work of Howard Meyer, Arch Swank, Scott Lyons and E.G. Hamilton just to name a few. Internationally renown architects such as Antoine Predock, Robert Stern, Richard Meyer, Edward Durrell Stone and Stephen Holl have all contributed to the residential collection.”
“Exciting and innovative projects are continuing to emerge through the work of my colleagues and contemporaries as we break new ground and set new precedent for the residential architecture that will influence the next generation. With its rich architectural heritage Dallas continues to be an exciting and inspirational place to practice architecture.”
Cliff Welch, AIA