Tom Reisenbichler

AIA, LEED AP
Principal, Managing Director

Tom doesn’t like to sit still for long. Bitten by the entrepreneurial bug in college while trying to put together a real estate deal, he’s since launched multiple businesses—including co-founding the architectural firm that later became part of Perkins and Will.

Tom always looks for opportunities to get out of his comfort zone, in work and in life. (Ask him about his amoeba metaphor, which is famous around the Dallas studio.) He considers architecture to be a type of puzzle, which he’s always been good at, and is constantly seeking ways to create in a different and better way.

Now that he’s an empty nester, Tom finds more time to play golf, attend the theater, and host gatherings of friends. He and his wife are adventurous travelers who enjoy active and exotic vacations: Kenya is a current favorite, and he still wants to visit Morocco and Tibet.

“Treat people the way you want to be treated. Try to put people in positions where their greatest strengths shine.”
Amoeba Diagram
Tom's amoeba diagram is a favorite metaphor around the Dallas studio—reminding us all to continuously stretch and grow by trying new things.
Baylor Charles A. Sammons Cancer Center
At Baylor University Medical Center's Charles A. Sammons Cancer Center, Tom developed an intuitive and simple patient flow model that improved operational efficiency and the patient experience.
User-Centered category winner, 2011 Healthcare Facilities Symposium Distinction Awards

Tom's Featured Work

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Work
Baylor Scott & White Sports Therapy and Research at The Star
Frisco, Texas