Mr. Crow is a partner in the firm of Dobbins+Crow Architects. He received his Bachelor of Architecture degree from Texas Tech University and is a registered Architect in the State of Texas. His main emphasis in the profession has been in design and planning, with a keen interest in historic design applications. Mr. Crow has been the reciprient of design awards in both architecture and interior design.
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 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.
Upon returning to Fort Worth, Mr. Crow maintained his own practice specializing in custom residential design with a heightened appreciation for classical design. Many of Mr. Crow’s residential designs can be found on the west side of Fort Worth, including Westover Hills, Rivercrest, and Monticello.
Mr Crow’s broad background in commercial design includes Law Offices, projects at the Fort Worth Zoo, Office/Warehouse facilities, Corporate Offices throughout the Dallas/Fort Worth metroplex, and renovation of the City Club at City Center Tower II in Fort Worth.
In addition to extensive experience in residential and commercial design, Mr. Crow has also been involved in the design and coordination of health care and medical facilities. His medical experience includes project architect duties for over 30 projects ranging from small clinics and specialist facilities to larger scale projects for the Osteopathic Medical Center, John Peter Smith Hospital and All Saints Episcopal Hospital.
In 1999, Mr. Crow joined the firm of Dobbins+Crow Architects as a principal, strengthening the experience level and commitment toward creative design. Mr. Crow continues to work toward a refined architecture that blends classic and traditional architecture into the contemporary context.