Ted Larson, Dallas Architect
Dallas and Texas Architect
Example of homes architect Ted Larson designed.
4211 West Lawther Drive, Dallas, Texas
Estate Property on 3.95 Acres Sold
On approximately four acres, the most beautiful elevated point of White Rock Lake with 356 feet of frontage, you will find this 1936 renovated estate home. See More on 4211 West Lawther Drive, Dallas, Texas
4050 Cochran Chapel Road, Dallas, Texas
The seven metal roof caps create a dramatic line interrupted by several chimneys. This Texas Modern home was also influenced by Frank Lloyd Wright, with whom David George apprenticed. Ted... See More on 4050 Cochran Chapel Road, Dallas, Texas
3036 Westminster Avenue, University Park, Texas
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Thoughts on the Contributions of Architect Ted Larson
Ted Larson and Paul Pedigo established their firm in 1985. They previously worked together on the restoration of the state capitol and other monumental buildings. They have since renovated and expanded homes designed by Hal Thomson and Anton Korn, along with many other important twentieth century architects. The regional quality of their work can be seen in new residences, park buildings and other projects that express their interpretation of Texas Modernism. Ted Larson adapts well to the desires of the client, which can be seen at the delightful Charleston style home he designed in University Park at 3036 Westminster.