Cathedral Santuario De Guadalupe

Dallas, Texas
Originally named the Sacred Heart Cathedral, Cathedral Santuario de Guadalupe was designed by the master architect Nicholas J. Clayton in 1902 and is located in the heart of Dallas’ Art District. Initially, Architexas prepared a Historic Structure Report for the Cathedral. Four phases of the master plan have been completed to date, including a new HVAC System, Interior worship area restoration and renovation, partial exterior façade restoration, and construction of a bell tower that was designed but not built with the original building. The bell tower extends 219 feet and includes 49 bell carillon.

  • Historic Structures Report
  • Architectural Services
  • Master Planning
  • Phased Construction
  • Restoration and Reconstruction New Addition
  • Interior Design and Furnishings
  • Historic Finishes Conservation
Awards & Recognitions
  • Texas Architect Palladio Award
  • AIA Dallas Award for Outstanding Government & Institutional Design
  • Traditional Building, RESTORE Media Palladio Award
  • Quoin Summit Award
  • Golden Trowel Award for Outstanding Government/Institutional Design
  • Preservation Dallas Preservation Achievement Award
  • Texas Construction Award of Excellence
  • Texas Building Branch Summit Award for Construction Excellence