Our home away from home, this backyard studio apartment shares a site with a sunny yellow 1940’s bungalow. This ADU was designed as a workshop for the owner and a minimalist’s rental apartment.
About Leonid Furmansky
My name is Leonid Furmansky, I’m an architectural photographer that’s driven to document structures that represent the way we live. My vision for Architecture emphasizes the beauty of the structure and what best represents the architects work.
My mission is to help architects promote their work across the world and capture the vantage point that best represents the structure of the building. Architecture ages but my photography doesn't’. It will keep your building alive as long as it's documented. Please feel free to contact me anytime you feel that you're ready to share your vision.
LOCATION: Austin, Texas
LEARN MORE: leonidfurmansky.com
This project began with two families purchasing a large Central Austin property and subdividing it into two narrow lots to build new homes on – we were hired to design one of the homes.
The subtle exterior of this newly-built modern home complements the established neighborhood, while the interior explores volume and texture by way of a three-story dining room, exposed structural features and natural materials.
10 boutique residences located a block off the famed South Congress Ave., each 400 square feet, optimize modern compact living with an open, flexible floor plan, customized storage systems, and convenient appliance packages.
Within a very ordinary neighborhood, the Constant Springs Residence is oriented to take maximum advantage of the unexpected escarpment, creek and natural views offered at the rear of the property.
Sited high in the hills, the original Via Media residence was designed with balcony/deck access in every single room, opening up to the nature and tranquility just minutes away from downtown Austin.