The Texas Society of Architects is pleased to announce our incoming president-elect, Audrey Maxwell, AIA. A principal at Malone Maxwell Borson Architects in Dallas, Maxwell will serve as president-elect starting in January, and will lead TxA as president in 2021.
Maxwell received her bachelor of science in architecture from Washington University in St. Louis in 2004. In 2009, she received her master of architecture from Arizona State University. She joined Michael Malone Architects in 2010. In 2014, the firm rebranded to Malone Maxwell Borson Architects.
Recently, Maxwell’s focus has been primarily on corporate interiors, including the design and management of several high-profile projects in Dallas, Houston, Chicago, Atlanta, and San Antonio, including the Highland Capital Management and Houlihan Lokey offices in the Crescent, the top two floors of the Tower for Cornerstone Health Care, and new prototype offices for Freeman locations worldwide.
Over the years Maxwell has served the Texas Society of Architects in a variety of positions. She recently served as Secretary to the Society and previously chaired the Publications Committee. Currently, she serves as chair for the 2020 Design Conference and is a contributing writer for Texas Architect. Maxwell is also involved with Junior League of Dallas, Delta Gamma Fraternity, and Epilepsy Foundation Texas.
When not working, volunteering, or spending time with her partner, James, you can find Maxwell curled up with her cats Jiminy and Margo, enjoying a good book. Maxwell’s wealth of experience and knowledge will serve her well as she steps into her new leadership position with TxA. We are excited to work with her in her new capacity, and we are excited to see what the future holds under her tenure.