carson lane

Meet Carson Lane, one of our newest architectural interns. Carson was born in Tulsa, Oklahoma and raised in Justin, Texas. He has recently graduated from the University of Texas at Arlington with his BS in architecture and will continue his education there to earn his master’s degree.

Outside the office, Carson enjoys experiencing nature. You will often find him fishing, hiking, or camping on weekends. He is also a musician and expresses his creativity through music.

Carson Lane
"Recognizing the need is the primary condition for design." – Charles Eames

Carson is passionate about serving others and loves to use his design skills to do so. He loves helping with home renovations and repairs. Craftmanship and working with his hands is his way of turning an idea into a reality.

During Carson’s time at Glenn|Partners, Carson has been working on Dallas College Brookhaven Campus’ Early College Center.

To learn even more about Carson, check out the following fun facts!

Favorite Food

Chicken Parmesan

Favorite Movie

The Prestige

Favorite Music

Josh Garrels or Mt. Joy

Most Exotic Place Visited

China

Happy Place

On the lake with family or friends

Favorite Hobby

Learning to play new instruments

Favorite Architect

Charles and Ray Eames

Favorite Building

The Bavinger House

What Inspires You

Helping others and making the world a better place

Fun Fact

I play 5 different instruments (guitar, banjo, ukulele, piano, cajon) and I am currently learning two more (violin and lap steel guitar).

First Moment when you realized you wanted to be an Architect

I took a design class in high school in which I entered a competition for designing a school. I had so much fun with the project that I would often skip lunch or other classes to work on it. Even though I did not win, my teacher encouraged me to pursue architecture as a career.

Favorite Quote or Saying

“Tomorrow is the most important thing in life. Comes into us at midnight very clean. It’s perfect when it arrives and it puts itself in our hands. It hopes we’ve learned something from yesterday.” – John Wayne