Cistercian Abbey Church / Cunningham Architects

© James F. Wilson

Architects: Cunningham Architects
Location: Irving,
Project Team: Gary Cunningham, FAIA, Russell Buchanan, Chris Fultz, Frank Gomillion
Consultants: Jim Smith (structural); MEP, Inc. (mechanical, electrical, and plumbing); Pam Wilson (lighting)
Photographs: James F. Wilson, Jim Reisch, Courtesy of

Wimberley House / Cunningham Architects

© Tre Dunham

Designed by Cunningham Architects, the Wimberley House quietly sits among dense brush and native Oak and Juniper trees nestled on the edge of a bluff in the Texas hill country. Accessed via a winding half-mile driveway and a short walking trail from the garage, this 5,000 sqf residence provides a peaceful respite for its inhabitants.

Project description, images, and drawings after the break.

Architect: Cunningham Architects
Location: Wimberley, Texas,
Mechanical/Electrical/Plumbing Engineer: MEP Systems
General Contractor: Burnette Builders, Inc.
Landscape Architect: Hocker Design Group
Project Area: 5,000 sqf
Project Year: 2009
Photographs: Tre Dunham, Gisela Borghi, and

House in the Garden / Cunningham Architects

© James F. Wilson

Architects: Cunningham Architects
Location: Dallas, Texas,
Project Team: Gary Cunningham FAIA, Michael Bessner, Tom Dohearty AIA
Landscape Architect: David Hocker
Structural: GroupStructural Engineers, Inc.
MEP: Mark Portnoy
Lighting Designer: Pamela Hull Wilson
General Contractor: Randy Clowdus
Project Year: 2006
Photographs: James F. Wilson & Gisela Borghi

House on Cedar Hill / Cunningham Architects

© Mark McWilliams

Architects: Cunningham Architects
Location: Cedar Hill, TX,
Project Team: Gary Cunningham, Paul Field
Structural Engineering: GroupStructural Engineers, Inc.
Landscape Architects: David Hocker
MEP: Mark Portnoy
Lighting Design: Pamela Hull Wilson
Project Area: 6,700 sq ft
Project Year: 2008
Photographs: James F. Wilson & Mark McWilliams