Tressa finds her greatest enjoyment in working on traditional and historic residential projects and genuinely cares about staying true to the roots of an architectural style.
Tressa finds her greatest enjoyment in working on traditional and historic residential projects and genuinely cares about staying true to the roots of an architectural style. Her passion for historical architecture and understanding of the importance of preserving and respecting the past enhance her ability to make sure each home embodies timeless character.
As Project Manager for Dibello Architects, Tressa is responsible for the management needs of the client and project from inception to completion of construction. She has an organized and systematic approach to managing projects and the ability to relate and collaborate with clients and consultants as a key facet of the company.
Tressa earned a Bachelor of Environmental Design as well as a Master of Architecture degree with a historic preservation certificate from Texas A&M University.
She has 20- years of professional experience working on high-end custom residential architecture projects as a designer and project manager.
Tressa has a great love for the Texas Hill Country and is connected to the region through her German and Czech ancestry. The old German farms remind her of her ties to past generations of Texas settlers, including her own ancestors in Luckenbach, Stonewall, and Fredericksburg.
Tressa enjoys watercolor painting, sketching, cooking, baking, playing the piano, movie nights, and traveling.
She and her husband enjoy time with their two young boys, encouraging creativity and nurturing adventure as they explore the outdoors, hiking, and biking on nature trails.