John Astin Perkins, Dallas Architect

Past Dallas and Texas Architect

John Astin Perkins is known both as an interior designed and an architect. He has a large body of work where he designed the home from the ground up but his real capability lay in his interior design. Much of his interior detailing still survives on the Hal Thomson designed home on 3925 Potomac.

Example of Homes Architect John Astin Perkins Designed

5745 Chatham Hill Road, Dallas, Texas

Preston Hollow Home

1.56 Acres

The most valuable estate lots are made up not just of beautiful land with creeks, trees and topography, but are adjacent to a property with an even greater amount of land which accentuates the privacy and grandeur.

3925 Potomac Avenue, Dallas, Texas

Historically and architecturally significant home by architect Hal Thomson found in Highland Park at 3925 Potomac Avenue.

How does a home become one of the favorite homes in Highland Park? In the case of 3925 Potomac, it has happened over a span of 100 years. From the time architect Hal Thomson designed this home for his family, it has been admired by those in Highland Park and across Dallas.

10010 Hollow Way Road, Dallas, Texas

6908 Hunters Glen Road, Dallas, Texas

4637 Mockingbird Lane, Dallas, Texas

This home was designed by John Astin Perkins for the Texas Centennial in 1936. Its geometric patterns more closely reflect Art Deco than that of Art Moderne homes designed for the State Fair. This home was originally owned by Dad Joiner who first discovered the oil that made H.L. Hunt famous.