Bud Oglesby, Dallas Architect
Past Dallas and Texas Architect
Example of homes architect Bud Oglesby designed.
3217 Armstrong Avenue, Dallas, Texas
Bud Oglesby Condominium on Armstrong and Travis Sold
Bud Oglesby, FAIA, with Oglesby Architects, designed the best residential public spaces in Dallas. Bud Oglesby designed modern homes as large as 10,000 square feet or, like this modern Oglesby... See More on 3217 Armstrong Avenue, Dallas, Texas
3201 Armstrong Avenue, Dallas, Texas
Katy Trail/Knox Street/Turtle Creek Real Estate Sold
Tucked back from Travis and Armstrong there is an exquisite period piece of Modernism. This is the best Bud Oglesby designed condominium I have seen. The protected and intimate scale... See More on 3201 Armstrong Avenue, Dallas, Texas
5030 Ravine Drive, Dallas, Texas
Bud Oglesby Designed Home in Preston Hollow
Architect Enslie (Bud) Oglesby designed this 4,400 square foot contemporary home in 1970. Award-winning architect Ron Wommack, who came out of the Oglesby shop, calls it "Bud's purest work." This... See More on 5030 Ravine Drive, Dallas, Texas
10573 Inwood Road, Dallas, Texas
Here is an architect designed home that perfectly matches its owners. One of the city's finest modern architects and owners with European taste create a home that successfully marries the... See More on 10573 Inwood Road, Dallas, Texas
Thoughts on the Contributions of Architect Bud Oglesby
Bud Oglesby and his firm, Oglesby Group Architects, was one of the most important firms in Dallas for several decades. He has had more influence on the modernist architects working in Dallas in the twenty-first century than any other architect. He was a native of Phoenix, was raised in San Angelo and he received his masters' degree in architecture from MIT. He recognized that "Dallas residents travel a lot and there are so many choices of materials that it prevents a definitive look." His homes always had a relaxed elegance, exploring light and accommodating a family's lifestyle.