Dallas Has Long Benefited from the International Influence of Esteemed Architects
Dallas has a long tradition of residents attracting and retaining prominent East and West Coast architects to design their homes. Here you will also find examples of the country’s most important architects from Chicago, Cleveland, Palm Beach and other major cities, designing their finest work in Dallas. Many of these architects are recognized around the world, as are their Dallas projects.
Thomas P. Barnett, John Ignatius Haynes, and George Dennis Barnett were two sons and a son-in-law of architect George I. Barnett. Their firm out of St. Louis is responsible for... See More on Barnett, Haynes & Barnett
Edward Larrabee Barnes was born in Chicago in 1922. He received his architecture degree from Harvard and his Sheldon Traveling Fellowship he used to experience Europe before he established a... See More on Edward Larrabee Barnes
Frank Lloyd Wright designed 9400 Rockbrook Drive in 1958 for oilman, John Gillin. Even Frank Lloyd Wright could not resist the Texan's impulse to build large. While many of his... See More on Frank Lloyd Wright
John Scudder Adkins, who officed out of Cincinnati, Ohio, designed in 1939 a magnificent neoclassical limestone residence in the tradition of McKim, Mead, and White, at 6801 Turtle Creek for... See More on John Scudder Adkins
Philip Johnson has designed monumental buildings around the world, but Texas, and specifically Dallas, hold a special place for him. He first designed the de Menil House in Houston in... See More on Philip Johnson
Architectural firm, Sadler & Armstrong consisted of Scottish architect Ernest Howard Sadler and architect E. W. Armstrong. Sadler & Armstrong was responsible for many projects including the Highland Park home... See More on Sadler & Armstrong