People


Aaron Fritsch

Aaron believes it’s important for architects to change and evolve with time and technology, and to embrace the idea of experimentation and exploration: Architecture is ever changing, and designers must be just as flexible. He brings an eye for detail and a passion for quality draftsmanship to projects—from historic renovations to multi-family housing that shape and renew the urban core. An avid music fan, you can bet anything from the Allman Brothers to Tame Impala is coursing through his headphones.

Professional Highlights


Finalist, AIA Dallas Ken Roberts Memorial Delineation Competition

“I took this photo of the Jewish Museum while I was visiting Berlin, Germany. The design’s strategic use of light, or lack thereof, intentional absence of sound in exhibits, and changes in scale and materiality throughout the building create an extremely impactful experience. It is this experience that creates moments of pause, empathy, and reflection that demonstrate the true power and importance of architecture. This project helps remind me of that and remains one of my favorite buildings that I have experienced.” – Aaron Fritsch