Archie Crow is an award-winning residential and commercial architect who specializes in creating unique environments that fit his clients' personalities and lifestyles. Mr. Crow combines his 30 years of experience in home design with creativity and an extensive knowledge of historical architectural styles to produce designs that exude a timeless feeling of warmth and elegance, combined with comfort and functionality. His home designs are quietly inspiring; people continually respond to how well and efficiently spaces are arranged and flow and the attention to architectural detail displayed.
Mr. Crow speaks German as a second language and has traveled extensively throughout Europe studying classical architecture. On several trips to Germany, Mr. Crow met with various architectural groups with the goal of forming an international architect exchange program. In 1993, he accepted a position with an architectural firm in Trier, Germany. His interaction with clients while working there allowed him to experience the strong effect of cultural tradition on architectural design. His passion and appreciation of architectural history makes him both comfortable and adept working in any period or style.
His body of work features projects both small and large, ranging from single room makeovers to extensive interior/exterior remodels and home additions to new, high-end residential custom home projects. He has been featured in Indulge magazine, 360 West magazine, and Kitchen and Bath magazine.
Archie Crow is a registered architect in Texas and is based in the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex. His designs are found Texas-wide near Fort Worth, Aledo, Graham, Millsap, Possum Kingdom Lake, and Lake Tawakoni as well as Colorado and San Miguel, Mexico. His home designs span all eras and styles and are built on ranches, lake lots, golf courses, and a variety of challenging lot configurations. Archie Crow, Architect believes all good architectural design takes into consideration the environment and respect for and conservation of our natural resources.
Education and Professional Development
• Texas Tech University - Bachelor of Architecture 1977
• Texas Board of Architectural Examiners - Registered Architect since 1984
• Continuing Education fulfilling yearly requirements for Architectural registration