Gregory Ibañez, FAIA has practiced architecture for over thirty-seven years and is the recipient of twenty-seven AIA Design Awards. The breadth of his output, including buildings for universities, corporations, arts organizations, and homeowners, achieves excellence through his application of deeply-held design principles. While there is an undeniable regional focus to his work, Greg has also practiced internationally, designing projects in Europe, Asia and Mexico. His significant body of work led to his elevation to the prestigious AIA College of Fellows in 2012 for achievement in design. In 2006 he was awarded the Charles R. Adams Award for Design Excellence by the Fort Worth Chapter of the American Institute of Architects. He is past Chair of the Fort Worth Public Art Commission, has served as a Visiting Adjunct Professor of Architecture at Texas Tech University and the University of Texas at Arlington. Greg has also served as Contributing Editor to Texas Architect Magazine and has been a guest speaker for the Dallas Architecture Forum and the Texas Society of Architects Convention.



Bart Shaw, AIA grew up visiting great Fort Worth buildings, where his grandfather was a foreman for Thomas S. Byrne. These experiences developed into  a life-long love of architecture, and he is proud to have a Fort Worth-based practice. Bart’s work has been recognized with design awards from the Texas Society of Architects, the International Interior Design Association, and the Fort Worth Chapter of the American Institute of Architects. He was recently selected as one of  the Fort Worth Business Press “40 under 40.” His work has been published in Interiors Magazine, Texas Architect, and Faith & Form Magazine. Last year his project “Pax & Parker” was a recipient of the International Will Ching Award and “Memory: Fairmount Park,” a Fort Worth Public Art project, was included in the American for the Arts Public Art Year in Review.