Dallas architects

Rare Lionel Morrison-Designed Art House Home Hits the Market

By Candy Evans / August 22, 2019 / 0 Comments

Hands down, Lionel Morrison is one of the most talented architects not just in North Texas, but in the world. Every day I get to admire his work as I pass one of his masterpieces at 6645 Northaven Road. Come to think of it, having great architecture in our midst is like making art galleries […]

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Preservation Dallas Honors Frank Welch With Architectural Tour

By CandysDirt.com Contributor / October 18, 2017 / 1 Comment

By Donovan Westover Special Contributor We are honored to attribute an entire Preservation Dallas home tour to Frank Welch on October 28.  I was fortunate to meet Frank many many moons ago and develop an alliance with him, as everybody in his life did.  What’s not to like?  He was intriguing, he did not pass […]

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AIA Dallas Tour of Homes Showcases Breadth and Scope of Local Architecture

By Joanna England / October 11, 2017 / 0 Comments

When it comes to residential architecture, our city is just lousy with incredibly designed homes thanks to our stacked lineup of talented Dallas architects. And like any house porn addict, we here at CandysDirt.com look forward to the annual AIA Dallas Tour of Homes with excitement, as there’s no faster way to induce heavy breathing […]

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Goff’s Hamburgers Fire Destroys Office of Famed Dallas Architect Wilson Fuqua

By Candy Evans / August 13, 2016 / 0 Comments

We are all mourning the loss of Goff’s Hamburgers in University Park, located in a charming, circa 1924 brick building at 6401 Hillcrest Avenue, corner Hillcrest and McFarland, near Southern Methodist University. Though no longer owned by iconic hamburger king Harvey Goff, everyone has grabbed a burger there at some point. Harvey Goff ran the […]

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AIA Dallas Unbuilt Design Awards Highlight Innovative Architecture

By Joanna England / April 27, 2016 / 0 Comments

Tragically, not every project that an architect designs makes its way from concept to reality. Truly, some of the most ground-breaking work that architects do never break ground. However, these designs and concepts deserve recognition, and that’s just what the AIA Dallas Unbuilt Awards will do. This year’s pop-up exhibition tomorrow, April 28, from 6:30 […]

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R.I.P. 10300 Strait Lane: 1971 – 2015

By Candy Evans / August 31, 2015 / 12 Comments

Comes word that the tear down of the Bud Oglesby home at 10300 Strait came sooner rather than later. In fact, she is gone, her body laid to a fitful rest somewhere in Lewisville …

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