David Sinco

Meet David Sinco one of our many new architectural designers and staff members. David grew up in a small beach town on the east coast of Florida, Vero Beach. Living in a retirement rich town exposed him to high-end residential design that began his love for buildings at a young age. Although he comes from a big family, he only has one other brother who is in the industry. After graduating from the University of Florida, (Go Gators), he immediately moved to the metroplex where he began his career in architecture. When not at work, you can often find him on the Katy Trail or trying new restaurants.

Outside of architecture David has interests in running, eating, and cars. David likes to think about buildings as products that serve end users. In that way, every part of the process from initial concept to execution is rewarding because even the smallest detail pushes the project forward to that goal. David has had the opportunity to work on a range of project sectors since graduating, but ultimately landed on Education for the scale, program heavy schemes in plan, and the permanence in the building type being produced.

David Sinco
“There’s never been a better time to be exceptional, or a worse time to be average.” - Scott Galloway

During David’s time at Glenn|Partners, David has been working with Greg Estes and Jennifer Craddock on Northwest ISD Aux+Maintenance Building.

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

Favorite Food


Favorite Movie

Wolf of Wallstreet

Favorite Music

Spotify’s Discover Weekly

Most Exotic Place Visited

Buc-ees Gas Station

Happy Place

Road trips when I do the driving

Favorite Hobby

Spending money at restaurants

Favorite Architect

Renzo Piano!

Favorite Building

Perez Art Museum

What Inspires You

The impact thoughtful design can have on the people who interact with it

Fun Fact

I have six other siblings.

First Moment when you realized you wanted to be an Architect

When I couldn’t stop thinking about buildings as a kid.

Favorite Quote or Saying

"I call architecture frozen music." – Johann von Goethe