Bud Oglesby

Countless Neiman’s Catalogs Have Been Shot in This Rare Bud Oglesby Estate for Lease

By Karen Eubank / July 18, 2020 / 2 Comments

It’s rare to find a Bud Oglesby home for sale, much less for lease, so today is our lucky day. I recognized this home’s interior immediately. It was a popular commercial photography location for national and international advertising and catalog clients for years. As a former photo stylist, I’ve been here several times, so I […]

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Listed under $200,000 This Oglesby-Designed Condo is a Rare Midcentury Find

By Heather Hunter / March 6, 2020 / 0 Comments

This beyond-rare, Bud Oglesby-designed condo unit is on the market for $197,000. And I’m warning you. It’s terribly cute.

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The Architect Index: Dallas Homes Designed by Modernist Bud Oglesby

By Shelby Skrhak / November 28, 2019 / 0 Comments

Dallas Modernist Architect Bud Oglesby knew how to do light right. For this first in a series on Dallas architects’ most magnificent homes, we’re chronicling the homes designed by Bud Oglesby and his firm, Oglesby Group Architects. Oglesby was orn in Phoenix, Oglesby was raised in San Angelo, graduated from Cornell, and received his masters […]

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Bud Oglesby Townhome Shines with Signature Architectural Elements

By Shelby Skrhak / September 26, 2019 / 4 Comments

Write what you know, right? That’s why I typically gravitate towards 1980s-built soft contemporary homes, popcorn ceilings and all. But I became a fan of midcentury modern style the moment I purchased a Mies Van Der Rohe Barcelona Table reproduction and started learning more about the architecture and design of this distinctive era. I’m a […]

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We’re Dishing Up a Double Treat With Two Bud Oglesby Townhomes

By Karen Eubank / July 2, 2019 / 0 Comments

When two Bud Oglesby townhomes in Turtle Creek hit the market, I was thrilled because we at CandysDirt.com are a bit obsessed with Oglesby. In fact, Candy thinks an Oglesby house may be considered the ultimate Dallas home. After all, they are sleek, modern, simple in form, and intelligent in function. His use of light […]

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Petite Mansion Park Condo Packs Big Features Into Modest Floor Plan

By Joanna England / May 15, 2019 / 0 Comments

The choice to move to Oak Lawn is one often based on location. People who enjoy this neighborhood with Turtle Creek, hoards of excellent dining and shopping options, and plenty of nightlife, aren’t planning to spend oodles of time inside their digs. Life in Oak Lawn is to be lived in the neighborhood itself, right? […]

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