Development Team

Bringing an architectural icon to life

Museum Tower is the result of a world-class architect’s vision and the diligent efforts of many talented individuals. The architects, designers, developers and construction teams were essential in making Museum Tower a reality and the iconic building it is today.

Architects

Scott Johnson

Design Architect

 

Scott Johnson is the Founder and Design Partner at Johnson Fain, a Los Angeles-based architectural firm providing design services worldwide. Scott knew he’d be creating an iconic addition to the Dallas skyline, so before breaking ground he set a goal to complement the architectural masterpieces of the neighborhood.

 

As a practicing architect, Scott is widely acclaimed for his modern and project-specific designs including Opus One Winery in Napa Valley, MGM Tower in Los Angeles, Leo Palace Resort in the Mariana Islands, San Francisco’s Rincon Center and the American Indian Cultural Center and Museum in Oklahoma City. He is the author of Tall Building: Imagining the Skyscraper, and in addition to teaching and lecturing, he is currently designing projects worldwide.

Gromatzky, Dupree & Associates

Executive Architects

 

GDA provides full-service architecture, interior design, master planning and programming services. Their portfolio of projects includes luxury high-rise residential projects like Museum Tower, national and international corporate headquarters, mixed-use developments, financial institutions, educational facilities and manufacturing plants.

Hirsch Bedner Associates

Interior Architects

 

Michael Bedner leads this globally recognized design firm and personally supervised Museum Tower’s design efforts. For nearly a half-century, the professionals at HBA have been guided by the firm’s philosophy of creating a sense of place: a well-designed and integrated package of fantasy, drama and creature comfort.

Booziotis & Company

Interior Architects

 

Booziotis & Company is known for taking on challenging assignments, large or small, that require innovative, resourceful, knowledgeable, sophisticated and/or difficult solutions, traits we found helpful throughout development. Projects have ranged from the $40 million Jack S. Blanton Museum of Art at the University of Texas at Austin to a small retreat cabin on a North Texas farm.