Max M. Sandfield, Dallas Architect
Past Dallas and Texas Architect
Example of homes architect Max M. Sandfield designed.
10036 Hollow Way Road, Dallas, Texas
Preston Hollow Home Architect Max Sandfield designed this midcentury modern home on a 1.13 acre site along the 25-acre Crespi / Hicks estate property. The result of this modern period... See More on 10036 Hollow Way Road, Dallas, Texas
3928 Wentwood Drive, University Park, Texas
University Park Residence of Architect Sold
Max Sandfield designed this home for his own residence acting as architect and client. Max Sandfield was able to be more daring. He designed one of the first modern homes... See More on 3928 Wentwood Drive, University Park, Texas
Thoughts on the Contributions of Architect Max M. Sandfield
Max Sandfield co-designed with architect Howard Meyer Temple Emanu-El which was featured on the cover of LIFE magazine the year it was dedicated in 1957. It also received from the American Institute of Architects a special 25 Year Award recognizing architecture of enduring merit.
Max Sandfield was also the architect of the Columbian Club of Dallas built in 1954. Well respected by his peers, he served as president of the Dallas Chapter of AIA. Max Sandfield was also a recognized artist, working with wood, stone and bronze. The Dallas Morning News architecture critic David Dillon referred to Temple Emanu-El as “the finest architect/artist collaboration in the Southwest.” His best known residence is the highly acclaimed work at 3928 Wentwood in University Park, the home he designed for his family.