Dale pursues clarity and simplicity as the design approach for his work, and believes that beauty and harmony are best found in patterns of traditional and classical architecture.
As CEO for Dibello Architects, Dale pursues clarity and simplicity as the design approach for his work. This pursuit is guided by his conviction that beauty and harmony are best found in patterns of traditional and classical architecture.
He also is an artist and painter of pastel landscapes en plein air (on location).
For Dale, the hope is that both the paintings and the architecture will give you a place to step into – a place to rest and contemplate for awhile. Many of his clients echo this sentiment, referring family and friends to the architect who shared their initial vision and designed their homes to “feel just right.”
As architect and painter, Dale’s primary purpose is to honor and glorify God through his relationships, designing projects that compliment the landscape and creating works of beauty that highlight creation.
Dale became fascinated with traditional homes while working with Ray Bailey Architects on the renovations of two houses by renowned Houston architect John Staub, and discovered his calling for designing new homes that recall the past while working with his mentor Ed Eubanks.
In 2002, Dale spearheaded the opening of Eubanks Group Architects’ branch office in New Braunfels, serving as Vice President and Design Director for all Texas Hill Country operations and projects.
In 2010, he founded Dibello Architects PLLC, located on historic Comal Avenue in a restored 1888 home converted to office space. It’s where he practices today, following a traditional and regional design approach that brings each client’s vision to life with clarity and lasting beauty.
Dale is married to Jaime Bramer Dibello and they have two exceptional sons.