Cliff Welch, an award winning architect, received his training with Bud Oglesby and worked as a principal at Design International. His current work reflects his interest in 1950s modernism and his roots in Texas. His city and country residences successfully capture the essence of Texas Modernism and design. Cliff Welch has been a leader in exploring the best of modernism over the last five decades and making these elements relevant in today’s homes. He is a meticulous, thorough and thoughtful designer that is true to both his clients and his vision.
Award Winning Architect Arch Swank Designed This Modern Home Sold
Arch Swank, one of the most accomplished modern architects in the 1950s, designed this architecturally significant modern home in 1957 in Highland North neighborhood located west of Midway Road. The architect... See More on 10306 Crittendon Drive, Dallas, Texas, 75229
Chapel Hill Road
Cliff Welch, AIA, reconnects with modern principles from the mid-century in this beautifully designed and crafted home sited along Humbard’s Branch. You are able to walk around the bend and... See More on 4765 Chapel Hill Road, Dallas, Texas
Galaway designed 1019 Waterford in 1954 for himself. It is a good example of a small house with a very sophisticated design. Twelve-foot sliding glass doors lead to the back... See More on 1019 Waterford Drive, Dallas, Texas
Cliff Welch has designed this home to be built on West Lake Highlands overlooking White Rock Lake. Resin panels, white stucco and concrete blocks create a simple but dynamic 3,600... See More on 9326 West Lake Highlands Drive, Dallas, Texas