Arch Swank

Did Arch Swank Design This Newspaperman’s Home? Blueprints and Research Say So

By Shelby Skrhak / December 14, 2019 / 1 Comment

You don’t see homes designed by Dallas midcentury architect Arch Swank come on the market very often because they tend to stay in the family for generations, but if our research serves us right, we found a previously undiscovered Swank home on Eastlawn Drive in Northwest Dallas. This four-bedroom, three-bath home with 3,571-square-feet in Northway […]

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This Arch Swank-Designed MCM in Keistwood Is Under $400K

By Shelby Skrhak / May 16, 2019 / 0 Comments

For this week’s Thursday 300, we’ve got a 1958-built Arch B. Swank-designed midcentury modern gem at 3454 S. Franklin Street in Keistwood that’s listed by Diane Sherman of David Griffin & Company for only $392,000. Now typically, we do the heavy lifting in describing a home’s features and indiscernible qualities, but Diane gave us such a venerable wealth of […]

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Midcentury Modern Arch Swank-Designed Home is a Rare Find

By Karen Eubank / January 20, 2018 / 2 Comments

Sometimes you get lucky, and an original midcentury modern Arch Swank-designed home falls into your lap. This seldom happens, because they tend to stay in the same families for years, and Swank didn’t build a lot of personal residences. To find one, you have to get creative or have an innovative pal helping you. That’s […]

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Lakewood Home Tour Features O’Neil Ford Texas Modern

By Karen Eubank / November 7, 2016 / 4 Comments

  Frankly, we don’t know how they do it. Heading into their 40th year, the organizers of the Lakewood Home Tour always find proud homeowners willing to share their gorgeous and often architecturally significant houses with the public. In doing so they have raised millions of dollars since 1976, all benefitting local schools. This year, six […]

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