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My Office: Robbie Fusch

The Fusch Architects president designed the $7.3 million Theta house at SMU.
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Robbie Fusch in His Office
“I spend most of my time in the office at my drafting table, drawing. Hand-delineating is a dying art; everything is autocad now.” SOHOSTUDIO
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My Office: Robbie Fusch

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Robbie Fusch was in second grade when his family moved to Dallas. And, except for architecture studies at Texas Tech University, the 71-year-old has been here ever since. He is a rarity in the design world, as he still does hand-drawn delineations. His firm handles all kinds of projects but specializes in high-end residential. Work on a home for Ray and Nancy Hunt helped land an interview for the $7.3 million Theta sorority house at Southern Methodist University, which Fusch won. The architect keeps a steady pipeline of business through referrals, and from clients who find him through Pinterest or Houzz. 

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