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Hill Country Inn

Located 25 miles outside of Austin on 85 acres a new hill country inn is underway. It will host 6 luxury suites along with communal living and dining spaces. Guests can look forward to locally grown food and a full range of events and services curated by the owner, a Houston native with a vision for a truly special destination.  A close collaboration with the architect and owner throughout the design process is yielding an authentic, sustainable, and unique series of buildings that effortlessly combines textural finishes with contemporary forms.

 

Size: 8,830 sf

Expected Completion: 2015
Interior Design: Glass and Dangel
Architect: Mark Oberholzer of Rhode Partners
General Contractor: Foursquare Builders

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Sundown Residence

This transformative project has evolved over the last couple of years into an architectural exploration of experimental materials and skillfully interwoven interior spaces. The hands-on team, inclusive of an engaged client who is supportive of the local design and arts community, has worked to orchestrate this one of a kind home. Rammed earth construction sets the tone for other equally rich and distinctive natural finishes. All of which will serve as a backdrop to the client’s collection of family heirlooms and contemporary art.

 

Size: 4,500 sf

Expected Completion: 2015
Interior Design: Glass and Dangel
Architect: Mark Oberholzer of Rhode Partners
General Contractor: Mark Moulkers



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San Saba Drive Residence

A new construction residence in west Texas is the future home of two professionals with young children. The owners' clean and contemporary aesthetic is demonstrated throughout the project with restrained finishes and European furnishings and fixtures.



Size: 5,500 sf

Expected Completion: 2015
Interior Design: Glass and Dangel
Architect: Mark Oberholzer of Rhode Partners

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