Architect Homes

Dallas Architect Transforming Architecture Conversations, Focusing on Big Questions

By Leah Shafer / December 22, 2016 / 0 Comments

When hiring an architect, a lot of people think mostly in terms of the style of their home and details they want in the house. Makes perfect sense, right? But a truly successful relationship between architect and client begins with a different way of thinking, says William Briggs, founder and owner of William S. Briggs […]

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Luxury Market Slowdown Equals Opportunities For Bargains

By Jon Anderson / June 28, 2016 / 1 Comment

We all know that anything under $1 million is flying off the MLS faster than a Cabbage Patch Kid in the 1980s. In the $1 million-plus market, homes are still flying off the shelves like Cabbage Patch Kids … in 2016. Sure they’re still selling, but no one is getting trampled. This sentiment was echoed […]

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Interview with an Architect: Jeffrey Green Has ‘Aging in Place’ Design Know-How

By Leah Shafer / February 10, 2016 / 0 Comments

In our ongoing series, Interview with an Architect, we speak with leading voices in the North Texas architecture community and learn about their work, development issues in our community, and good design practices and principals (you can read the last one here). Jeffrey L. Green sees artistry in a home renovation, finding “the potential in what is […]

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Interview with an Architect: Thad Reeves Seeks Transcendent Quality of Architecture

By Leah Shafer / July 24, 2015 / 1 Comment

In our ongoing series, Interview with an Architect, we speak with leading voices in the North Texas architecture community and learn about their work, development issues in our community, and good design practices and principals (you can read the last one here). Thad Reeves, AIA, is a co-founder of A.GRUPPO Architects, an office positioned as a vehicle for collaboration […]

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Tuesday Two Hundred: Architect-Owner Gianna Glaesmann Put Thoughtful Updates Into Park Lane Listing

By Joanna England / September 9, 2014 / 0 Comments

I love looking at the pet projects of real estate professionals, and this pretty little flip in Midway Hollow from architect Gianna Glaesmann does not disappoint. The before/after shots tell an interesting story. The two-bedroom, two-bath post-war cottage at 3762 Park Lane is was a total gut job for Glaesmann and her husband, Brad. It […]

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