Darryl Ohlenbusch AIA is a licensed architect in San Antonio, Texas who has worked extensively in the Lavaca and King William neighborhoods, completing over 10 major projects in the area since moving to San Antonio in 1995. From 1998 to 2004, Ohlenbusch worked in the office of Lake/Flato Architects, participating in the design of several LEED-certified buildings, including the World Birding Center in Mission, Texas and the School of Nursing and Student Community Center at the University of Texas in Houston. Since establishing his own practice in 2004, Ohlenbusch has designed several new single-family homes as well as mixed-use projects, with an emphasis on the intersection between sustainability, historic preservation, and a modernist sensibility. His projects have won design awards from AIA San Antonio, San Antonio Conservation Society and Preservation Texas. Additionally, Ohlenbusch is an adjunct instructor in the College of Architecture, Construction and Planning at UTSA, leading design/build studio courses and teaching architectural history.
612 Labor St.
San Antonio, TX 78210