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Texas is one of the most diverse American states, and its architecture is a perfect encapsulation of its rich culture and history. Whether we talk about mid-century homes, or apartments for rent, it is important to say that each home or building in Texas is unique and has a history behind it. 
Written by
Lilly Miller
Photography
Mitchell Kmetz (cover image)
With an owner’s vision for a refined retreat notable for fluid spaces and artful details, this centrally located Austin residence makes the most of its steeply sloped, leafy site in an established Austin neighborhood. Throughout the 5,295-square-foot house, the flow of spaces is informed by natural light; rooms open one after another and draw one f...
Project name
Hartford Residence
Architecture firm
Clayton Korte
Location
Austin, Texas
Photography
Andrea Calo
Tredwell is a courtyard house designed for a young couple starting a family in the heart of the Zilker park area of Austin Texas. We like to design courtyard houses and use the architecture to create a private outdoor space. The courtyard also allows for most all of the rooms to have a view of the internal space.
Project name
Treadwell
Architecture firm
Steve Zagorski Architect
Location
Austin, Texas, United States
Photography
Brian Cole
Located on Main Street in historic downtown Fredricksburg, Albert Hotel builds on the 175-year legacy of the Keidel family’s relationship with this Hill Country town. Taking its name from Albert Keidel—an architect, historic preservationist, and man-about-town—the Keidel family’s connection to Fredericksburg dates to 1847, when Albert’s great-grand...
Project name
Albert Hotel
Architecture firm
Clayton Korte
Location
Fredericksburg, Texas, USA
The homeowners purchased their new home in the historic and highly desirable Austin neighborhood. Built in 1915, the house was among the few remaining that had not been demolished thanks to its previous owner -- who had lived in the house for over half a century.
Project name
Clarksville Residence
Architecture firm
LaRue Architects
Location
Austin, Texas, USA
Photography
Casey Dunn
During the 1950s, architect Roland Roessner was teaching at the University of Texas and designing some of Austin’s most daring modern structures. One of his more memorable houses, located on Balcones Drive, is notable for its prominently cantilevered concrete balcony perched above a long, sloping hillside, with Camp Mabry as its backyard.
Project name
Balcones Residence
Architecture firm
Clayton Korte
Location
Austin, Texas, USA
Photography
Nick Simonite
Originally designed in 1950 by prominent Austin architect Howard R. Barr, FAIA, this mid-century modern gem is located in the heart of Austin’s Highland Park neighborhood. When Clayton Korte clients bought it from Barr’s son in 2016, they hired the firm to design a complete renovation and addition.
Project name
Ridge Oak Residence
Architecture firm
Clayton Korte
Location
Austin, Texas, USA
Photography
Molly Culver, Jake Holt, Chloe Gilstrap
Our client wanted a home that was contemporary yet relaxed. We designed the house using modern sensibilities coupled with soft and warm details. The horizontal planes, extending from interior to exterior, play an integral role in bringing indoor living outdoors.
Project name
Beverly Lane
Architecture firm
Reagan & Andre Architecture Studio https://reaganandre.com
Location
Bellaire, Texas, United States
Photography
Peter Molick