Russell Buchanan, founder of Buchanan Architecture has been featured in Architectural Digest. More than once.

His projects are mentioned in articles with titles like Most Magnificent Texas Homes.

“Architect Russell Buchanan restored and updated the historically significant but imperfectly preserved Oak Court (click through the link for a photo-filled Architectural Digest feature) as the Dallas house was named in the 1950s when Edward Durell Stone designed it. Ripe for a sensitive renovation, the house still had its most important features intact, such as the striking brise-soleil.”[Architectural Digest]

Texas-based shelter magazines sing his praises, too.

“Oak Court reminds us that good design and beauty are timeless. By faithfully respecting Stone’s original work, the owners have set an extraordinary model for others to follow in preserving the architectural landmarks of the modernist era.” (ModernDallas.com)

With such an impressive body of work, we were incredibly honored when Russell supported Sebastian’s nomination for a Texas Society of Architect’s Artisan Award with these kind words:

“…the best of the best…”

“I have known John Sebastian and the Sebastian Construction Group for over twenty-five years and I still consider them to be the best of the best…. Under the leadership of John Sebastian, the Sebastian Construction group continues to be the one of the best contractors in the country. His dedication to excellence and craftsmanship are the ideals that make the Sebastian Construction Group so special.”

Russell Buchanan, FAIA
Founder
Buchanan Architecture

Our partnership with best-in-class architects in Texas and across the United States continues to fuel our passion to execute design intent.