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Designed by local San Antonio architect Otto Kramer and constructed in 1894, the Pearl Stable originally housed roughly 70 horses for the Pearl Brewery. Before motorized vehicles, these horses pulled beer wagons as part of the brewery’s production process until the early 1900s. With the introduction of the automobile, the intricate brick and stone...
Project name
Stable Hall
Architecture firm
Clayton Korte
Location
Historic Pearl, San Antonio, Texas, USA
Photography
Shannon Korta
Located at the eastern edge of the Texas Hill Country, this private wine cave serves as a destination along a secluded bend of the Blanco River. Excavated into the north face of a solid limestone hillside, this shotcrete lined tube is protected on the east and west by tall oak and elm trees, allowing it to nearly disappear within the native landsca...
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Clayton Korte
Photography
Casey Dunn
Located in the Templeton Gap area of West Paso Robles, California, this simple agricultural storage structure rests at the toe of the 50-acre James Berry Vineyard and the adjacent winery sitting just over 800 feet away. This structure is completely self-sufficient and operates independently from the energy grid, maximizing the structure’s survivabi...
Project name
Saxum Vineyard Equipment Barn
Architecture firm
Clayton Korte
Location
Paso Robles, California, USA
Photography
Casey Dunn
Fulldraw Vineyard is located within the Templeton Gap AVA, the heart of California’s Central Coast wine country. Set on 100 acres of established vineyards, the land is characterized by its rich limestone soils and cool maritime climate—the perfect setting for growing Rhone-style varietals.
Project name
Fulldraw Vineyard
Architecture firm
Clayton Korte
Location
Paso Robles, California, USA
Photography
Likeness Studio
Sharing a secluded street in the West Lake Hills community of Austin, Texas, the Wildcat Club Enclave will soon be home to six contemporary luxury estates. Each estate has been designed by a signature Austin architecture firm with a shared vision for an elevated luxury lifestyle immersed in native Texas landscape.
Project name
Rolling Hills Residence
Architecture firm
Clayton Korte
Location
Austin, Texas, USA
Sitting on nearly two acres, this West Lake Hills residence is nestled into the easternmost end of a wooded lot that slopes sharply towards a canyon at the foothills of the property. This topographic condition offers incredible opportunities to capture deep views of the hills beyond, but also poses challenges for the house’s siting, access, and con...
Project name
Canyon Residence at Wildcat Hollow
Architecture firm
Clayton Korte
Location
Austin, Texas, USA
Conceived to be the bedrock project for a new community development on the north edge of Texas Hill Country, the Bullseye Club & Retreat serves as a semi-private destination with a restaurant, bar, lounge, main lodge, and cabins providing one-of-a-kind experiences for both club members and locals.
Project name
Bullseye Club & Retreat
Architecture firm
Clayton Korte
Location
Florence, Texas, USA
Situated along the banks of Shoal Creek in Downtown Austin, Pease Park is the city’s oldest public park and one of its most loved. In 2014, the City of Austin adopted the Pease Park Vision Plan developed by prime consultant Wallace, Roberts & Todd and Clayton Korte to guide future use and care of the 84-acre park.
Project name
Kingsbury Commons at Pease Park
Architecture firm
Clayton Korte
Location
Austin, Texas, USA
Photography
Casey Dunn, Brittany Dawn, Adam Barbe, Ashley Nava