Thad Reeves received his Masters of Architecture from the University of Texas at Arlington in 1997. During this time, he studied in Spain and traveled extensively in Europe. His interest in historic European architecture’s influence on contemporary design has led him on numerous architectural pilgrimages throughout Western and Central Europe, Australia, and the United States.
Upon graduation, Thad worked for RTKL Associates in Dallas, where he worked on both local and International award winning projects. After a short time he had the opportunity to participate in the legacy of Oglesby Greene Architects where he honed his skills on well-crafted, smaller scale projects.
In 2003, Thad helped form the offices of Thomas Krahenbuhl and Truett Roberts Architects where, as a senior associate, he continued to work on commercial and residential projects at all phases of the design process.
Thad co-founded IPB LLC in 2005 as a way to purchase and develop projects. He undertook the restoration of an historic 1920’s residential complex where he acted as developer, designer and contractor.
In 2005, Thad began teaching at the University of Texas in Arlington and co-founded A.GRUPPO Architects. He is a registered architect in the state of Texas and is the recipient of the McDermott traveling fellowship.