Tucked into the Hill Country canyons, the buildings of Canyon Preserve stair step down steep, rocky slopes of oaks, first growth cedar and hearty indigenous vegetation, creating a secluded and serene setting for this intimate house.
Brickwork, mahogany paneling and a new guest casita are featured in this 1950s Texas dwelling that has been meticulously renovated by Austin- and San Antonio-based studio Clayton & Little.
One of the primary goals of this 4100 sf front-to-back Glendale duplex was to create a form that graphically allows the occupants to feel a sense of individual ownership within a shared building, while embracing the idea of density in a rapidly expanding city on a narrow 50’ wide sloped lot.
Located in the historic Travis Heights neighborhood, Hotel Saint Cecilia provides easy access to the South Congress District that’s just a block away, a commercial strip offering entertainment, shopping, and culinary experiences.
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.
Eberly, inspired by sources both humble and lofty, marries a former 1970s print shop building with a salvaged bar from the storied Cedar Tavern in New York’s Greenwich Village to create a sophisticated bar, cafe and restaurant in central Austin.