The Barton Valley house is carefully sited among a stand of red oak trees at the edge of a grassy plain, and placed to capture dramatic views into the broad valley that was carved out by Barton Creek.
Dror Baldinger photography
Scott Specht, founder of award winning Austin/New York firm, Specht Architects, has just completed his latest NYC project, The Infinity Loft in Greenwich Village. The 900 square foot loft renovation was completed in September
In an area of Wyoming known for it’s 20,000 SF, multilevel, seldom-used vacation homes, this modest one level structure serves as a primary residence. Nestled into the top of the ridge, Ridgeline house is intended to embrace nature.
The convenient location of this large lot in west Austin attracted the new owners, but the 1980’s era suburban brick house that existed on the property didn’t align with their modern aesthetic, nor did it take advantage of the wooded natural setting.
This small compact Ranch Retreat is located on 10 acres in the Central Texas Hill Country. Burning Greek Retreat was designed by San Antonio-based Craig McMahon Architects. The family of four wanted a budget conscious family guest quarters with every inch of space considered for its function. This “ship” deliberate design approach was considered for the entire […]
Stanford Midcentury Addition-Remodel project was recently completed by DADO Group, a San Antonio based firm that offers clients single-source architectural design and construction services. Seeking a modern interpretation for a 1963 vaulted roof Olmos Park home described by architectural journalist Steve Bennett as “caught in a kind of ‘Brady Bunch’ time warp,” the renovation exposed the good […]