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Bluebonnet Townhomes by Michael Hsu Office of Architecture

Bluebonnet Townhomes by Michael Hsu Office of Architecture

Architects: Michael Hsu Office of Architecture
Project: Bluebonnet Townhomes
Builder: Abode Modern Homes
Location: Austin, Texas, United States
Photographer: Chase Daniel Architectural Photographer

Designed by the Michael Hsu Office of Architecture and built by Abode Modern Homes, the Bluebonnet Townhomes truly encompass the spirit of South Austin. Floor to ceiling custom windows were fashioned on-site, and a 20-ft slider opens to a grassy green just off the open concept living and dining area. Custom steel shelves, skylights, and marble countertops are a few other details that make this masterpiece stand out.

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