Portrait of a GFFer: Loren Boynton

Meet Loren Boynton! Loren joined us in 2011 and is a Senior Design Leader!

“My favorite thing about GFF is that they have always respected the importance of a healthy work live balance. GFF is a family and that shows with the work and the quality of the people.”

Outside of work, Loren tinkers with anything automotive related (his current project is a 1981 Mercedes 300td), enjoys anything related to photography, and is raising two teenage boys with his wife Amour. He also took a Silversmithing class in college and has been hooked ever since!

Some fun facts about Loren are his family decided to move to Mexico for a bit in the 80’s, and when he was a teenager he was bit by a cottonmouth snake (and survived). In the early 2000’s he designed a house that was featured on “Extreme Home Makeover” where he was able to be on site and help with the construction during the show!

Thank you for all that you do Loren, we are so lucky to have you!

Firm News

Turning On A New Light

We are excited to start 2024 with a new logo, inspired by our new headquarters in the heart of the vibrant Victory Park neighborhood of Dallas. This transition is more than just a change of logo and address; it is an improved reflection of who we are and where we want to go as an industry-leading, design-focused firm.

Designing Spaces that Reflect Our Clients’ Mission

In honor of Historic Preservation Month, GFF will be a Bronze Sponsor for the 2023 Preservation Dallas Preservation Achievement Awards on May 17th, 2023.

Life Fellowship Church Unveils Newly Transformed Campus

GFF developed a new comprehensive campus master plan for Life Fellowship Church (LFC) located in McKinney, Texas, which includes renovation and expansion of their current campus to include a 1,200-seat future worship center, a weekday preschool, additional adult classrooms, and an administrative suite on a very compact site.

Protecting Our Feathered Friends

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