Residential Design

VOL4 2019

A business-to-business magazine focused on the collaborative process and talented work of residential architects and custom homebuilders.

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This page: Two guest cottages mirror each other in layout, with full bedroom, sitting area, bathroom, and kitchenette on the ground level and sleeping loft above. They're the only buildings to employ drywall, albeit sparingly. Camp Frio Leakey, Texas ARCHITECT: Tim Cuppett, AIA, and David Kilpatrick, AIA, Tim Cuppett Architects, Austin, Texas BUILDER: David Dalgleish, Dalgleish Construction, Austin INTERIOR DESIGNER: Homeowner with Adriana Chetty, Tim Cuppett Architects, Austin LANDSCAPE DESIGN: Rebecca Leonard, Lionheart Places, Austin PROJECT SIZE: 3,600 square feet (conditioned space) SITE SIZE: 2.8 acres CONSTRUCTION COST: Withheld PHOTOGRAPHY: Whit Preston, Paul Finkel (master bath) KEY PRODUCTS COUNTERTOPS: Silestone DISHWASHER: KitchenAid FAUCETS: ROHL FIREPLACE: Isokern ICEMAKER: Scotsman HVAC: Mitsubishi Mini-splits KITCHEN SINK: ROHL LIGHTING, EXTERIOR: Tech Lighting, Bowman 4 LIGHTING, INTERIOR: Circa Lighting, Rejuvenation, Wyatt Warehouse Pendant PAINTS, EXTERIOR: Eco-Stain PAINTS, INTERIOR: Sherwin-Williams RANGE: BlueStar REFRIGERATOR: KitchenAid, Smeg ROOFING: Corrugated Galvalume TILE: Travis Tile TOILETS: American Standard TUBS: Duravit, Victoria + Albert (master) VENT HOOD: Vent-A-Hood WALLPAPER: Voutsa (pantry), Ellie Cashman (dressing room) WINDOWS: Marvin WINDOW SYSTEMS: Western Window Systems WINE REFRIGERATOR: U-Line 52 RESIDENTIALDESIGNMAGA ZINE.COM VOL. 4, 2019 DESIGN LAB THE VIEW HOUSE

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