GFF Office Blog

Portrait of a GFFer: Harrison Daigle

Meet Harrison Daigle. Harrison received his Bachelor of Architecture from Louisiana State University. Harrison recently moved to Dallas from Nashville, Tennessee and joined GFF’s Church Works Studio. Read below for more about Harrison! Originally from Johnson City (of Wagon Wheel fame), I moved to Franklin, TN before starting first grade. Exploring some familial Cajun roots,…

GFF Pet Post 2018

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GFF’s Austin Office to Open April 2

Award-winning multi-disciplinary design firm GFF will open an Austin office on April 2, 2018. The 125-person Dallas and Fort Worth-based practice will offer architectural, interior design, master planning and landscape architectural services from their new office at 800 Brazos Street in downtown Austin.

Portrait of a GFFer: Sandra Beer

Meet Sandra. Sandra was born in Missouri, but grew up in Pittsburg, Kansas.  As an undergraduate student, she attended Kansas State University and received a Bachelor’s degree in Interior Architecture.  She then went on to attend the Rhode Island School of Design, where she received a Master of Architecture.  Having worked previously at GFF after…

Carefree, Car-free

written by Jillian Brooks While the Dallas/Fort Worth metropolitan area ranks as one of the most congested urban areas in the country, employees at GFF are finding ways to get out of their cars and back into the City.  GFFers have multiple ways of getting around, from the historic McKinney Avenue Trolley to the newly…

STEAM Career Week Spring Break

On March 11th members of the Church Works studio participated in the STEAM Career Week Spring Break at the Dallas Arboretum: Rory Meyers Children’s Adventure Garden.  The event aims to inspire children to consider careers in Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Mathematics (STEAM).  Professionals from in these fields set up booths with activities to inspire…