New Traditional Architecture for the Texas Hill Country

As a “New Traditionalist” practicing in the Texas Hill Country, Architect Dale Dibello believes that context is key in the design of new buildings. He follows a regional approach influenced by the diverse cultures that have shaped Central Texas and the Austin/San Antonio corridor. The rugged beauty and complexity of the land as well as the history of the place all inspire the designs.

You will find Dibello’s new traditional work in or near New Braunfels, Gruene, San Marcos, Wimberley, Seguin, Driftwood, Fredericksburg, Sisterdale, Utopia, Spring Branch, and Terrell Hills; as well as sites on Canyon Lake, Medina Lake, Lake McQueeney, the Comal River, the Guadalupe River, the Blanco River, Seco Creek, and Onion Creek.