Tulane School of Architecture alumna Christy Goode Blumenfeld (TSA ’94) has been nominated as one of the top 15 architects in Dallas, TX by BuildDirect.com
Architecture has the power to enrich both the aesthetics of a city and the lives of its residents. In Dallas, the influence is evident in a contemporary skyline claiming the top spot in USA Today’s 10 Best International Skyline list. Additionally, the Dallas Arts District is a 19-block neighborhood boasting buildings by Pritzker Prize winners, and serving as a centerpiece of culture in downtown Dallas. The metropolis is teeming with talented designers and architects who remain on the cutting edge of urban design and modern architecture.
Who are the city’s premiere architects? Listed here, in no particular order, are the 15 best architects of Dallas. Noteworthy for their vision, technical skills, and client collaboration, these architects continue to raise the standard of design in Dallas. Don’t forget to vote for your favorite in the poll below! We believe this list is comprehensive, but if we forgot anyone, let us know in the comments below.
Christy Blumenfeld An artist with a passion for travel, Christy has extensive first-hand experience with and proficiency in a number of European styles, modern and classic. She graduated from Tulane University in 1994, and went on to train with well-known architect Robbie Fusch for nearly a decade. In 2003, she founded Blume Architecture, and is now a fully licensed and NCARB certified architect. Always offering a fresh look with clean lines and bridging the past and present, Christy has completed projects throughout the Dallas area as well as parts of California, Georgia, and Alabama.