The 120 square meter house was built using locally available material that is both sustainable and planet-friendly. Keeping the impact of construction on the lush green surroundings as minimal as possible wood seems to have been used extensively in the project.
While the interiors employ a largely neutral color palette with emphasis being placed on warm earthen tones the presence of flowing blue accents throughout the residence is pretty obvious. This gives both the interiors and the exterior an inimitable look and a distinct sense of playfulness.
The task of adding a fresh extension to this Victorian house was entrusted to the architects from Jackson Clements Burrows who did an impeccable job of striking the perfect balance between the interiors and the exterior.
Located in the heart of Austin Texas and conceptualized by James D. LaRue Architects the is a warm and inviting residence that charms you with its obvious cheerful appeal. The owners of the home placed emphasis on a design that has seamless connectivity with the outdoors.
Marrying a sense of sophistication with old world charm the Cat Mountain Residence seems like an attempt to bring together the best of both worlds. And from where we sit Cornerstone Architects seem to have come up trumps in that exceptional endeavor!