Lisa Teters is an Architect and the Principal of Lisa Teters Architecture, a residential architecture firm in the Dallas Fort Worth Metroplex specializing in New Construction and Large Scale Remodels.
Since 2012 Lisa’s work ranges in style from traditional to contemporary, and in scope, from additions and renovations to new construction. What remains constant is the attention to detail and sensitivity to proportions, light, and the quality of spaces. She has an eye and a passion for period architecture and strives to always create timeless architectural expressions of beauty.
Lisa earned both her Bachelor of Arts Degree in Environmental Design as well as her Master of Architecture from Texas A&M University. She received her National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB) certification in 2007. She is a licensed architect in the state of Texas (#21299) and also received her LEED Certification in 2007 by the U.S. Green Building Council.
Lisa worked with multiple luxury Design Build Firms throughout the state prior to starting Lisa Teters Architecture. This gained Lisa the invaluable experience of not only working for an Architecture Firm, but also working for a Builder.
Lisa lives in Dallas, Texas with her husband and their two children. When Lisa is not working, she likes to cook Italian food and take long runs.