Our Tarrytown Residence adopts the typical Farmhouse Modern aesthetic with an urban appeal while providing four bedrooms and a generous flex space. Classic gables in white are outlined by modern black metal paneling.
The project scope included a restoration of the interior of the building to its original use as a medical office through a series of sensitive architectural and design solutions for our client, a young up-and-coming plastic surgeon who specializes in facial feminization and surgeries for transgender clients.
In the heart of the city and on a 50’ wide infill lot, the South 5th Residence is delineated as a three-story volume that—with an open living room suspended on two piers— deftly negotiates the city of Austin’s zoning regulations and the Oak’s critical root zone, nimbly avoiding tree roots.
As an urban infill project in Austin, TX, Mark Odom Studio explored the formal arrangement of the duplex typology while being sensitive to the residents’ physical and visual privacy. Given the limited allowable square footage per unit, the studio’s goal was to design each space as efficiently as possible and for multiple functions.
This East Austin home combines pure Modernism with a regional vernacular referencing aging structures such as barns and stables found throughout rural Texas. Cedar siding, exposed wood and steel framing, and steel windows imbibe the home with a hand wrought aesthetic …
The Lakemoore Residence project got its start when a couple tried to remodel their existing house to meet the needs of their young family and lifestyle. This modern farmhouse is all about family, fun and entertaining.