The Pinwheel Residence is a 7,000 sq ft home and guest house located on a 1.4 acre lot in central Austin’s Tarrytown neighborhood. Designed around an equilateral triangle, the house is organized into three programmatic wings that radiate from a central conversation pit, negotiating the 30′ of grade on the property.
Baldridge Architects in an Austin, Texas based firm that seeks to deliver durable, site and cost contextual modern designs from beginning to end.
At Baldridge Architects, our practice is predicated on the basic belief that well-designed space can aspire to loftier goals than the mere provision of shelter and amenities; and it can do more than facilitate commercial or institutional goals. For us, these are our baselines—our starting points.
Members of this firm have worked for some of the most well-respected architects practicing today, and the firm’s combined experience includes conceptual research, public art, high-end residential, hospitality, educational, commercial, retail, modular, museum and interior design projects as well as custom furniture design.
Paramount Residence is a reimagining of an existing 1959 brick bungalow. Our clients’ previous home was a striking mid-century modern structure in California. In designing this new residence, the firm was excited to step out of its comfort zone and design in a way that simultaneously looked to the past and to the future for inspiration.
This south central-Austin house was designed for a couple wishing for a design that would support an active indoor/outdoor life. Early versions of the design featured flat roofs, but we were drawn to the idea of a simple elevated gable structure housing the bedrooms …
Branch House was designed by Baldridge Architects for a family of four in Austin’s Barton Hills neighborhood. Situated on an unassuming cul-de-sac, the heavily wooded property opens to theatrical views over a protected greenbelt that runs from downtown through the southern part of the city. Taking our cues from this spectacular site, we conceived of […]