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Pelham Manor: A Huge Retrofit and Renovation of A Mid-Century Home

As the only mid-century home in a New York City suburb, Pelham Manor is a huge retrofit and renovation project of a mid-century home by Specht Architects. Designed by Harold and Judith Edelman in 1961, the new homeowners choose this home because they were interested in the home’s history and the Edelmans’ legacy.

The Pitch: The Use of Shipping Containers to Design Austin’s New Hospitality Complex

Designed by Austin’s award-winning architecture and interiors firm, Mark Odom Studio, The Pitch is the first Austin’s exciting new hospitality and entertainment complex built from shipping containers. There are 23 repurposed containers used in this project.

Clarksville Residence: A Complete 21st-Century Overhaul while Keeping the Historic Preservation

Located among the few remaining in a historical neighborhood, Clarksville Residence is a 100+-year-old Austin house that has been rebuilt and restored by LaRue Architects and the team. It is a complete 21st-century overhaul project while keeping its historic preservation.

Hudson Bend House: A Forever Home with An Infinity Pool and Stunning Views

Located on a beautiful Lake Travis in Austin, Hudson Bend House is a unique home designed by LaRue Architects. It is a cliffside lakehouse owned by retired professionals and used as a weekend family retreat. With stunning views and an infinity pool, it is a perfect forever home for retiring.

York St Residence: A Modern, Two-Storey Addition to An Existing Heritage Building

Completed in 2017 by Jackson Clements Burrows Architects, York St Residence is a residential project of an existing heritage building. A modern, two-storey addition is introduced to this house, employing a refined and subtle palette of timber, steel, and brick.

Divided House: Two Primary Brick Building Forms with A Continuous Design

Life continues to change so it needs to change the house as well. Designed by Bohlin Cywinski Jackson, Divided House is a modern house that is divided into two primary brick building forms. Completed in 2020, this house shows the value of collaborative and continuous design processes.

Five Shadows: A Compound of Buildings to Accommodate An Extensive Residential Program

Located in Teton Village, WY, this project is developed with a vision of five connected symmetrical agrarian forms. Completed by CLB Architects in 2019, Five Shadows consists of a compound of buildings to accommodate an extensive residential program.