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.
Paul Bardagjy brings formal training in art and design to his 25-year career in commercial photography. With a focus on architecture, Paul has developed his trademark style, blending a contemporary approach to composition with an artist’s use of light.
Paul maintains an international practice from his studio in Austin, Texas. His clients are among the leading design and architecture firms, including Dick Clark Architecture, Gensler, HOK, HKS, Lake/Flato, and RTKL.
His project photography has won design awards from the Institute of Business Designers, the International Interior Design Association, the American Society of Interior Designers, the Texas Society of Architects, and the Austin, Houston, Dallas, San Antonio and New York chapters of the American Institute of Architects.
LOCATION: Austin, Texas
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