Good, Fulton & Farrell Architects>>
2808 Fairmount, #300
Dallas, TX 75201
B.E.D. with Distinction, Kansas, 1977 B.Arch., Kansas 1978
Area of Specialty
Design of Corporate and Cultural Facilities
Duncan is co-founder and President of Good Fulton & Farrell, a 100-person multi-disciplinary firm with completed work throughout the United States and in several foreign countries. Duncan’s architectural work is diverse, with a recent emphasis on corporate and cultural projects. His corporate work includes Capital One’s North Texas Campus, Pizza Hut’s World Headquarters, Nokia Americas Headquarters and regional headquarters for MedAssets and McAfee. He has worked for many of Dallas’ most notable cultural institutions, including the Perot Museum of Nature and Science, the AT&T Performing Arts Center, the Dallas Zoo and the Dallas Arboretum. One area of focus has been the Dallas Arts District, where he has worked continuously since 2004 on a variety of projects.
Duncan has served his profession and community in many ways. He has written and lectured on a range of subjects including architectural design, planning policy, the Dallas Arts District, training facilities, historic preservation - and most recently sustainable design. He has served as President of both the Dallas AIA and the Dallas Architectural Foundation and on the boards of the Texas Society of Architects and the University of Kansas School of Architecture. Civic activities include the AT&T Performing Arts President’s Advisory Board, Vice-Chairman of Methodist Health System Board, Chairman of the Board of Trustees of Highland Park United Methodist Church, the Dallas Assembly (Board Member), The Real Estate Council (Board Member), the Salesmanship Club and the City of Dallas Urban Design Advisory Committee.