Lakemoore Residence: Updating a Traditional Farmhouse Frame in Austin, Texas

Lakemoore Residence

Architects: Stuart Sampley Architect
Project: Lakemoore Residence
Location: Austin, Texas, United States
Photography: Casey Dunn

The Lakemoore Residence project got its start when a couple tried to remodel their existing house to meet the needs of their young family and lifestyle. This modern farmhouse is all about family, fun and entertaining.

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The architect created a unique, Z-shaped layout for a 4,513 square-foot home, an update on the traditional farmhouse frame. The simple, straightforward architecture provides the perfect backdrop for modern, fuss-free furnishings. The result is an iconic Austin residence meant to be enjoyed by all.

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