Tryba Architects opens office in Fort Worth

Tryba Architects is expanding into Texas with a new office in Fort Worth.

“Expanding our presence into the Dallas-Fort Worth metro area ensures we can better serve new and existing clients and a growing portfolio of projects while contributing to the innovative transformation of the Dallas-Fort Worth region and beyond,” said David Tryba, founder and lead design principal.

Founded in 1988 in Denver, Tryba Architects’ practice focuses on the thorough integration of contextual, iconic and enduring design that enriches the human experience and built and natural environments. The firm has partnered extensively in Colorado with Texas-based developers including Lincoln Property Company and Trammell Crow. “The expansion was a logical next step for our firm due to the relationships we have and the resonance we feel with the region,” said Tryba. “Throughout Texas, there are dynamic hubs for business, education and the arts, with incredible opportunity and enthusiasm for entrepreneurial innovation and a built environment integrated with nature. As city builders, our highest aspiration is to create vibrant, restorative urban environments that convey purpose and authenticity. We’re looking forward to partnering with visionary companies and organizations to create places that promote economic vitality, community, health and sustainability.”

Located at 312 Main Street in downtown Fort Worth, the new office is home to a rapidly growing staff of multi-disciplinary architects and designers. Immediate focus areas of the studio include corporate office and mixed use, adaptive reuse, higher education, urban design and master planning. “What differentiates our practice is our 30+ years of experience in the delivery and execution of complicated public-private partnerships merging design with our development partners and civic institutions,” said Tryba. Recent project work in the region includes the Firestone & Robertson Whiskey Ranch and master planning for the mixed-use commercial district at Clearfork in Fort Worth.