The Cultural Landscape Foundation
Landscapes for Living: Post War Years in Texas, Dallas Museum of Art,  May 6-8, 2010


W. Mark Gunderson

W. Mark Gunderson, AIA is an architect in private practice in Fort Worth, Texas since 1985. A graduate of Texas Tech University (1979) and recipient of the College of Architecture’s  2006 Distinguished Alumnus Award, he is currently Vice-President in charge of Panels and Symposia for the Dallas Architecture Forum and he also serves on the City of Fort Worth Heritage Park Steering Committee.

A past-president of both the Dallas Architectural Foundation  (2003) and AIA Fort Worth (1991) he is also a member of the Advisory Council of the University of Texas at Arlington School of Architecture where he has lectured and taught design studios as a Visiting Critic. 

Gunderson has written extensively for Texas Architect as well as Cite, and Competitions. In 2002 he was a recipient of the John G. Flowers Award from the Texas Society of Architects in recognition of his representation of architecture in the media.  The architect is currently a co-author to the 1000-page double volume Buildings of Texas to be published by the Society of Architectural Historians as part of the series Buildings of the United States.