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Contemporary Texas Home Designed to Maximize the Surrounding Views

Contemporary Texas Home Designed to Maximize the Surrounding Views

Architects: Dick Clark + Associates
Project: Contemporary Texas Home
Location: West Lake Hills, Texas, United States
Area: 3,790 sf
Photographer: Paul Bardagjy

Nestled in the hill country along Redbud Trail, this contemporary Texas home sits on top of a ridge and is defined by its views. The drop-off in the sloping terrain is enhanced by a low-slung building form, creating its own drama through expressive angles in the living room and each bedroom as they turn to face the landscape. Deep overhangs follow the perimeter of the house to create shade and shelter along the outdoor spaces.

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