A Fort Worth architect, Mark Gunderson has had much influence on Dallas, both from his work as a juror on award committees to his presidency of the Dallas Architectural Foundation. Mark Gunderson is a modernist who designs perfectly executed buildings and an architectural historian who illuminates the work around us. Currently, he is designing several homes in the region and working as co-author to Buildings of Texas, a new 700 page volume in the series Buildings of the United States published by Oxford Press.
The project remodels and expands an existing photography studio in a 1910’s brick commercial building located in an arts district / revitalization area in Dallas. The one-story spaces have concrete... See More on Bishop Arts Photography Studio
The site is a wooded bluff which slopes thirty-five feet to the lake below and included an existing boat dock. After considerable discussion regarding the clients interest in boats, boatbuilding... See More on Mark Gunderson Residence at Eagle Mountain Lake
This tripartite limestone construction is situated at the edge of a fifty-foot rock bluff overlooking the floodplain of the West Fork of the Trinity River. Its basic formal disposition and... See More on Mark Gunderson Parker County Residence
The house is located in remote southwest Texas, on a limestone bluff 240 feet above a bend on the Pecos River. The Rio Grande River and Mexico are less than two... See More on House on the Pecos River