This home was designed and built as a case study in utilizing modular steel frame engineered systems. Located in the Hill Country the full metal exterior was an excellent barrier from potential wildfires, also creating a maintenance-free exterior.
A case study between builder and architect resulted in a pre-fab engineered metal building transitioning into a family residence.
Simplicity of materials made for an efficient build and a welcome surprise to a traditional home.
An early leader in the open living, dining, kitchen environment was well executed.
Transitions between spaces were specifically placed on all exterior walls featuring floor to ceiling glass.
Hill country natural landscape creates wall art thanks to floor to ceiling windows.
Pro style kitchen features marble countertops.
Custom build movable wall panels allow owners to create spaces as needed throughout the home.
Details of the movable walls is an example of bespoke construction.
Floating fireplace surrounded by glass with views to its natural environment.
Living, dining, and kitchen are bisected with a floating steel stair system.
Dramatic bi-level views open up to nature.