Laura Juarez Baggett, AIA

Laura Juarez Baggett, AIA is a graduate of the University of Texas at Arlington where she graduated with The AIA School Medal. She holds both a Bachelor and Master of Architecture. She began working with Mark Domiteaux during graduate school before eventually becoming a partner. She awarded a citation from Express Yourself, Women in Architecture Dallas AIA. She was published in Twelve Houses by University of Texas at Arlington School of Architecture. She has served as Co-Chair of the 2016 & 2017 Home Tour Committee for Dallas AIA. She enjoys the process of architecture that she and Mark have developed over the years; the relationship with the clients and builders. She is a wife and mother to one daughter, two dogs and two cats.

It seeks to engage people and cultures, technologies and materials, psychologies and experiences, and recognizes architecture as a connective and fundamentally social construct. Architecture is imagined as a matrix of hybrid narratives from which to construct future realities – conceptual, spatial, and experiential – and a rigorous search for new potentials to realize specific unexpected solutions inhabited by the lives of people and cities.