Read part 1 here. Also see How To Get Your House on a Homes Tour. Saturday and Sunday this week you'll find us among the curious and interested people traveling around Austin from the North Loop, Montopolis, Barton Hills, Tarrytown and Bouldin to name just a few destinations. We'll be looking at the 12 houses selected for the 2016 AIA Austin Homes Tour and talking to … [Read more...]
People, happenings, and things spotted around Austin, Texas.
With the 30th annual AIA Austin Homes Tour right around the corner (October 15th -- 16th), a design inspired weekend of driving around and visiting houses, we thought to reach out to 6 of the 12 featured architects for insights on the homes, the clients, and the process. Did you know the architects, and their teams, will be present in the homes they designed, along with … [Read more...]
(Photo: Leonid Furmansky. baldridgeARCHITECTS 2016 AIA Austin Homes Tour) Admit it: aren’t you just a little bit curious as to how houses are selected for certain home tours? We are, so with the upcoming Annual AIA Austin Homes Tour 2016 (tickets go on sale September 15), we thought we’d ask…. First of all, there’s a committee of about thirty or more people. Anyone can … [Read more...]
Graduating with a Bachelor of Architecture degree with Highest Honors from the University of Texas at Austin in 1992, David Webber founded Webber + Studio Architects in 1997. David’s distinct perspective has resulted in his award-winning work appearing in more than 70 local, national and international publications. An active member of the AIA, David frequently participates as a … [Read more...]
With the idea that a restaurant might be something as simply defined as tables, chairs, a kitchen, a chef, utensils and food that has been prepared for the table, what makes it modern? Is it the food or the space the restaurant occupies or the architecture? One might think that with the concentration of modern residential architecture in Austin modern restaurants … [Read more...]