Practicing Architects National and International

International Architects Continue to Be Invited to Design Dallas Homes

Many national & internationally accomplished architects have done work in Dallas. Many come back to do additional work in Texas.

Architect Thomas Kligerman of Ike Kligerman Barkley is a nationally recognized architect for a reason. His background and training are conducive and consistent with the great success he has had contributing to the arc of architecture. Connecticut, New Mexico, France and England are all part of his early life. Columbia University and his master’s degree from the Yale School of Architecture launched his early architecture career with Robert A.M. Stern Architects.

Antoine Predock, International Architect

One of the most important homes in Dallas was designed by Antoine Predock, who trained at Columbia University and works out of New Mexico. Antoine Predock has been an inspiration for other homeowners desiring modern homes in Dallas.

Della Valle + Bernheimer, International Architectural Firm

Dallas has a wonderful tradition of retaining architects from across the country to do work in Dallas. Just as Howard Meyer came from New York and designed modern homes in Dallas utilizing indigenous materials, Della Valle + Bernheimer Design, also from New York, designed this Bluffview home reflecting a Texas Modern Hill Country sensibility in its materials and design. The home is an exciting addition to the architectural landscape of Dallas.

George Woo, International Architect

George Woo trained with I.M. Pei and has designed commercial and residential projects in both the US and in Asia. One of his most important early projects is one he designed at 20 Summit Place in Cedar Hill. This post modern home built in 1987 is designed at the top of the highest hill in Dallas County.

James Nagle, International Architect

Nagle’s firm, known as Nagle Hartray Architecture, has been published in architectural magazines nationally and internationally and has won over seventy-five industry design awards. James Nagle has also designed over one hundred homes across the country.

Jonathan Bailey, International Architect

Architect Jonathan Bailey, FAIA is a world renowned architect who specializes in health care facilities and is known for building children’s hospitals around the world as well as 2706 Turtle Creek Circle in the Turtle Creek neighborhood.

Michael Linehan, International Architect

Architect Michael Linehan was born and raised in Dallas. He received his architecture degree at the University of Notre Dame and a master’s degree in architecture at the University of Detroit. Notre Dame has become the prominent architecture school in the field of classical architecture. Michael Linehan has an academic foundation in both classical and modern architecture.

Peter Marino, International Architect

Reflection of West Loggia in Fountain Found on the Crespi Hicks Property

Peter Marino, FAIA, after initial collaborations with Philip Johnson in the late 70s, has grown his practice to a team of 80 architects and 25 interior designers with offices in New York City, East Hampton, Philadelphia, London and Paris working on institutional, commercial and residential projects.

Quinlan Terry, International Architect

Quinlan Terry, an Internationally recognized English architect, designed a major work in Dallas, The Highland Park House. Quinlan Terry is further evidence that Dallas continues to attract the finest International architects to Dallas.

Richard Meier, International Architect

Richard Meier is internationally recognized for the museums he has designed around the world. He has received architectural awards and the highest honors from many of the countries in which he’s worked. In 1984 he received the Pritzker Prize for Architecture. In Dallas he designed a residence, The Rachofsky House, which can stand side by side with his most important museums.

Richardson Robertson III, International Architect

Dallas, since the 1920s, has been strongly influenced by the Spanish Colonial architecture of Southern California. Richardson Robertson has done brilliant work in Beverly Hills and has designed for Dallas two significant residential projects in the same style.

Robert Neylan, International Architect

Dallas has a long tradition of bringing in architectural talent and influences from around the nation and exploring indigenous architecture with Texas architects. We see both approaches in two recent modern homes.

Robert Stern, International Architect

Robert A.M. Stern participated in one of the country’s great contrasting architectural achievements. He designed the Georgian home on Preston Road next to the modern estate home designed by Richard Meier. The architectural competition of ideas by two New York architects can be seen by these two homes that share a pond.

Ryan Grey Smith, International Architect

Ryan Grey Smith, with his wife Ahna Holder, created Modern-Shed in 2005.  They are modernist architects who have been leaders in manufactured architectural components and the Seattle architecture style.

Scott Specht, International Architect

Architect Scott Specht, after he received his Master of Architecture degree from Yale University and worked in international architectural practices where he designed monumental buildings, opened offices in New York and Austin.

Steven Holl, International Architect

Steven Holl is one of the most exciting architects in the country. A modernist who founded his New York firm in 1976, he has received international acclaim for his institutional, commercial and museum projects. Dallas is fortunate to have one of Steven Holl’s most important residential projects.