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Droese Raney is a full-service architecture and interior design studio specializing in the design of commercial, hospitality, and retail projects around the country. Formed in 1998, principals and designers David Droese, AIA and Lance Raney bring more than 50+ years of well-honed experience and an individualized approach to each client relationship.

Developing creative, innovative design concepts — while addressing intricate needs of each project — has become the firm’s recognizable signature.

With a roster of prestigious brands and clients such as Forty Five Ten, The Warehouse for Howard Rachofsky, Lucchese, and CFDA-designer and award-winner Billy Reid, the DRA team has evolved into a creative force in the architecture and interior design realms. The firm has been featured in numerous publications including Texas Architect, New York Magazine, WWD, VM+SD, DNR, Open: The World’s Best New Fashion Stores, D Magazine and numerous shelter publications, and in 2014, the West Dallas Chamber of Commerce presented Droese Raney Architecture with its Visionary Developer Award.


42 Real Estate
AG Jeans
Art of Shaving
Berlin Interests
Billy Reid
Breadwinners
Canine Country Club
Canton Hall
Cerón Salon
Club Corp
COOP
Dallas Veterinary Surgical Center
Design Within Reach
Draper James
Elaine Turner
ERA Salon
Forty Five Ten
Fred Segal
Fredrick’s of Hollywood
Gregory’s
Hatchways
Helen Ficalora
James Perse
JOSÉ
Lucchese Bootmaker
Luke’s Locker
LUSH Fresh Handmade Cosmetics
Mi Cocina
Milk + Honey
Miron Crosby
Mudhen
Neighborhood Goods
NorthPark Center
Omni Hotels & Resorts
Outdoor Voices
Park House
Royal Blue Grocery
Site 131
Southern Botanical
St. Pius X
STAG
Streetlights Residential
Studio Movie Grill
Taco Diner
The Belmont Hotel
The Conservatory
The Warehouse
Tillman’s Roadhouse
Toni Rivard
Tractorbeam
Trademark
Uptown Popcorn
Venture Commercial
Westdale
Woodhouse
Zephyr Gin
Zimmermann


2019


D Magazine : Behind the Design of Hatchways’ Cheerful Interior

AIA Dallas : In Context: 2800 Deep Ellum

D Magazine : Behind the Redesign of Mi Cocina’s Monkey Bar

PaperCity : No Ordinary Art Haven — Dallas’ Site131 Delves Into Architectural Orderliness

Dallas Morning News : Dallas' luxury pro Brian Bolke opens The Conservatory in New York's new Hudson Yards mall

D Magazine : Take a Tour of Mi Cocina’s New Look in Highland Park Village

PaperCity : Brian Bolke Pulls Off a Highland Park Village Surprise, Quietly Opening The Conservatory

Dallas Innovates : Look Inside: Neighborhood Goods Imagines the Future of Retail in Plano

PaperCity : Beloved Dallas Tex-Mex Restaurant’s Tucked Away Bar Quietly Reopens — and It’s Better Than Ever

D Magazine : The Mexican Ceramic Factory Reshaping Dallas, One Tile At a Time