Jake Holt is an Austin-based architectural and interiors photographer – a native Texan, he spent the last 4 years living in Seattle and working primarily on the west coast, and recently returned home to Austin. He loves all things modern and bold in the worlds of design and architecture, and has a particular affinity for projects that combine the unrivaled aesthetics of the best of midcentury America with the state-of-the-art materials and processes of today. Jake’s work has been featured in Dwell, Architectural Digest, Elle Decor, Wallpaper, Adweek, Vogue, L.A. Weekly, Tribeza, Austin Home, The L.A. Times, Seattle Met, Atomic Ranch, Dezeen, Palm Springs Life, The Guardian, USA Today, California Home + Design, Austin Monthly, & The Austin American Statesman, among others. He enjoys working with architects, interior designers, boutique hotels, restaurants, and small businesses to provide vibrant images that vividly communicate the experience of occupying a unique space.
Playing on combinations of solid volumes complemented by transparent voids, the Scenic View House uses a very simple material palette of brick, wood, and steel to stand apart from the landscape without drawing attention to itself.
The Lantern Residence sits on the perfect balance between being nestled into the hillside and rising above it. Designed as two levels for a local entrepreneur and family, the very linear “L” shape is able to spread the main spaces of the house out more evenly across the site in the direction of the topography.
On a secluded street in Austin Texas, this home was designed for clients in search of a quiet and private sanctuary. The clients wanted a full-size lap pool that they could use for daily exercise and the site posed ....
Located at the end of a leafy street on a canyon slope, the West Lake Residence belongs to a newly retired couple. After living all over the world, they wanted a relaxed home to accommodate their art, gardening ...
Located in the heart of South Austin’s Zilker neighborhood, this stunning 5,000 square foot modern residence was designed as a grouping of small intimate stone pavilions, linked by a glass entryway to reflect the scale of the neighboring context
An active family with two kids and a full house needed a versatile solution that could do something for everyone. Concrete Casita by Ravel Architecture is a playhouse, perfect for sleepovers. A media room for kids by day and parents by night.