1117 Gillespie. Stunner. Previous home of Jay Hargrave.
2308 E 9th Street. Designed by Alterstudio. Landscape design by Mark Word (Hotels San Jose & St. Cecilia and El Monumento).
Looks like the Statesman is now covering this story, and for good reason. The Stenger on Airole just sold to new buyers earlier this year. Would be a loss for it to be demolished.
1908 Airole info and photos from Zillow.
1000 Lund info here from the City’s Historic Landmark Commission.
Recently noticed Forsite Studio doing some nice work in East Austin.
“Swedish Barn Style” homes at 1902 E 14th Street. They also designed 2103 East 14th Street.
“Soaring Wings is a sculpture, to be viewed from all angles.” Located on Redbud Trail in Westlake Hills. Property listing info.
We love the notion of the “modern farmhouse”, even if it’s in the middle of the city. Thomas Tornbjerg designed. Reminds us of the Thaxton farmhouse (the one that got away!)
Designed by Alterstudio, sitting on 3.4 acres in Westlake. Featured in Tribeza in 2013. More info here.
Classic 1962 MCM on big lot with city views – needs numerous updates, but GREAT, GREAT bones!!
Virtual Tour HERE
Truly a stunner. For good reason, this has become one of the most famous homes in Austin. It was listed a couple of times in recent years. The architect, John Watson, was a protege of Frank Lloyd Wright.
Austin based Miró Rivera architects designed a modern vision of a necropolis. The Yarauvi is envisioned for the Dead Sea, though it is not intended to actually be built. Perhaps inspired by ancient Dakhma structures, this is one of the most inspiring designs I’ve seen in a long while: elegant, symbolic, respectful.
From the Miró Rivera site: “Yarauvi is a place where any person—regardless of nationality, race, religion, age or affluence—can be laid to rest.”