12th Street Duplex

12th Street Duplex

2004 E 12th Street, Austin, Texas 78702

A unique, trapezoidal site configuration informs a volumetric building envelope. Two dwelling units with distinctive character are united in design by the gallery, a loft space accentuated by a steel spine and concrete staircase.

Diagonal spaces and a split glass corner define unit B, celebrating the challenge imposed by the physical site. Unit A retains more orthogonal, intuitive geometry and features a generous patio.

 

Design Team: Jeanne Schultz, Shane Pavonetti, Matt Schram

Photography: Andrea Calo

Gullett House

Gullett House

1007 Gullett Street, Austin, Texas 78702

A 1940s bungalow in East Austin in a state of disrepair was restored with careful attention to detail. Drawing on the craftsman architectural elements and commercialized industrial aesthetic of East Austin, our team developed an identity for the home’s interior conveyed by tone, texture, and statement fixtures. 

 

Contractor: Reveal Construction

Architect of Record: Danze & Davis

Photography: Leah Muse

Home Goods: Kettle & Brine

The Governor's Mansion

The Governor's Mansion

1200 Enfield Road, Austin, Texas 78703

The historical Pemberton Heights home of Texas Governors Ma (Miriam) and Pa (James) Ferguson, built in 1910, is carefully restored to its original state with a great collaboration between our studio, Joel Mozersky Design, and a team of local investors.

The Miriam

The Miriam

1208 Enfield Road, Austin, Texas 78703

The Miriam Residences, comprised of homes between 350 sf and 900 sf, is located in downtown Austin's celebrated neighborhood of Pemberton Heights. They are nestled within the historical estate of Texas Governors Ma (Miram) and Pa (James) Ferguson and kin to a boutique bed and breakfast community. Constructed in the midcentury, each unit has been restored to pristine condition and updated to redefine compact urban living.

Each features a reconfigured open floor plan and a variety of space-saving solutions. Most notably is what the design and development team have coined as the 'compact kitchen,' which optimizes space and utility through careful consideration of appliances, cabinets, and fixtures.

 

Design Team: Jeanne Schultz Design Studio + Joel Mozersky Design

Development Team: Will Steakley, Taylor Perkins, Jack Lieberman

Photography: Leah Muse

Home goods: Kettle & Brine

Furniture: Madre

Styling: Jeanne Schultz

12th Street Duplex

12th Street Duplex

2004 E 12th Street, Austin, Texas 78702

A unique, trapezoidal site configuration informs a volumetric building envelope. Two dwelling units with distinctive character are united in design by the gallery, a loft space accentuated by a steel spine and concrete staircase.

Diagonal spaces and a split glass corner define unit B, celebrating the challenge imposed by the physical site. Unit A retains more orthogonal, intuitive geometry and features a generous patio.

 

Design Team: Jeanne Schultz, Shane Pavonetti, Matt Schram

Photography: Andrea Calo

Gullett House

Gullett House

1007 Gullett Street, Austin, Texas 78702

A 1940s bungalow in East Austin in a state of disrepair was restored with careful attention to detail. Drawing on the craftsman architectural elements and commercialized industrial aesthetic of East Austin, our team developed an identity for the home’s interior conveyed by tone, texture, and statement fixtures. 

 

Contractor: Reveal Construction

Architect of Record: Danze & Davis

Photography: Leah Muse

Home Goods: Kettle & Brine

The Governor's Mansion

The Governor's Mansion

1200 Enfield Road, Austin, Texas 78703

The historical Pemberton Heights home of Texas Governors Ma (Miriam) and Pa (James) Ferguson, built in 1910, is carefully restored to its original state with a great collaboration between our studio, Joel Mozersky Design, and a team of local investors.

Gullett House

Gullett House

1007 Gullett Street, Austin, Texas 78702

A 1940s bungalow in East Austin in a state of disrepair was restored with careful attention to detail. Drawing on the craftsman architectural elements and commercialized industrial aesthetic of East Austin, our team developed an identity for the home’s interior conveyed by tone, texture, and statement fixtures. 

 

Contractor: Reveal Construction

Architect of Record: Danze & Davis

Photography: Leah Muse

Home Goods: Kettle & Brine

12th Street Duplex

12th Street Duplex

2004 E 12th Street, Austin, Texas 78702

A unique, trapezoidal site configuration informs a volumetric building envelope. Two dwelling units with distinctive character are united in design by the gallery, a loft space accentuated by a steel spine and concrete staircase.

Diagonal spaces and a split glass corner define unit B, celebrating the challenge imposed by the physical site. Unit A retains more orthogonal, intuitive geometry and features a generous patio.

 

Design Team: Jeanne Schultz, Shane Pavonetti, Matt Schram

Photography: Andrea Calo

The Miriam

The Miriam

1208 Enfield Road, Austin, Texas 78703

The Miriam Residences, comprised of homes between 350 sf and 900 sf, is located in downtown Austin's celebrated neighborhood of Pemberton Heights. They are nestled within the historical estate of Texas Governors Ma (Miram) and Pa (James) Ferguson and kin to a boutique bed and breakfast community. Constructed in the midcentury, each unit has been restored to pristine condition and updated to redefine compact urban living.

Each features a reconfigured open floor plan and a variety of space-saving solutions. Most notably is what the design and development team have coined as the 'compact kitchen,' which optimizes space and utility through careful consideration of appliances, cabinets, and fixtures.

 

Design Team: Jeanne Schultz Design Studio + Joel Mozersky Design

Development Team: Will Steakley, Taylor Perkins, Jack Lieberman

Photography: Leah Muse

Home goods: Kettle & Brine

Furniture: Madre

Styling: Jeanne Schultz

The Governor's Mansion

The Governor's Mansion

1200 Enfield Road, Austin, Texas 78703

The historical Pemberton Heights home of Texas Governors Ma (Miriam) and Pa (James) Ferguson, built in 1910, is carefully restored to its original state with a great collaboration between our studio, Joel Mozersky Design, and a team of local investors.

The Governor's Mansion

The Governor's Mansion

1200 Enfield Road, Austin, Texas 78703

The historical Pemberton Heights home of Texas Governors Ma (Miriam) and Pa (James) Ferguson, built in 1910, is carefully restored to its original state with a great collaboration between our studio, Joel Mozersky Design, and a team of local investors.

The Governor's Mansion

The Governor's Mansion

1200 Enfield Road, Austin, Texas 78703

The historical Pemberton Heights home of Texas Governors Ma (Miriam) and Pa (James) Ferguson, built in 1910, is carefully restored to its original state with a great collaboration between our studio, Joel Mozersky Design, and a team of local investors.

The Miriam

The Miriam

1208 Enfield Road, Austin, Texas 78703

The Miriam Residences, comprised of homes between 350 sf and 900 sf, is located in downtown Austin's celebrated neighborhood of Pemberton Heights. They are nestled within the historical estate of Texas Governors Ma (Miram) and Pa (James) Ferguson and kin to a boutique bed and breakfast community. Constructed in the midcentury, each unit has been restored to pristine condition and updated to redefine compact urban living.

Each features a reconfigured open floor plan and a variety of space-saving solutions. Most notably is what the design and development team have coined as the 'compact kitchen,' which optimizes space and utility through careful consideration of appliances, cabinets, and fixtures.

 

Design Team: Jeanne Schultz Design Studio + Joel Mozersky Design

Development Team: Will Steakley, Taylor Perkins, Jack Lieberman

Photography: Leah Muse

Home goods: Kettle & Brine

Furniture: Madre

Styling: Jeanne Schultz

The Governor's Mansion

The Governor's Mansion

1200 Enfield Road, Austin, Texas 78703

The historical Pemberton Heights home of Texas Governors Ma (Miriam) and Pa (James) Ferguson, built in 1910, is carefully restored to its original state with a great collaboration between our studio, Joel Mozersky Design, and a team of local investors.

Gullett House

Gullett House

1007 Gullett Street, Austin, Texas 78702

A 1940s bungalow in East Austin in a state of disrepair was restored with careful attention to detail. Drawing on the craftsman architectural elements and commercialized industrial aesthetic of East Austin, our team developed an identity for the home’s interior conveyed by tone, texture, and statement fixtures. 

 

Contractor: Reveal Construction

Architect of Record: Danze & Davis

Photography: Leah Muse

Home Goods: Kettle & Brine

The Governor's Mansion

The Governor's Mansion

1200 Enfield Road, Austin, Texas 78703

The historical Pemberton Heights home of Texas Governors Ma (Miriam) and Pa (James) Ferguson, built in 1910, is carefully restored to its original state with a great collaboration between our studio, Joel Mozersky Design, and a team of local investors.

Gullett House

Gullett House

1007 Gullett Street, Austin, Texas 78702

A 1940s bungalow in East Austin in a state of disrepair was restored with careful attention to detail. Drawing on the craftsman architectural elements and commercialized industrial aesthetic of East Austin, our team developed an identity for the home’s interior conveyed by tone, texture, and statement fixtures. 

 

Contractor: Reveal Construction

Architect of Record: Danze & Davis

Photography: Leah Muse

Home Goods: Kettle & Brine

The Governor's Mansion

The Governor's Mansion

1200 Enfield Road, Austin, Texas 78703

The historical Pemberton Heights home of Texas Governors Ma (Miriam) and Pa (James) Ferguson, built in 1910, is carefully restored to its original state with a great collaboration between our studio, Joel Mozersky Design, and a team of local investors.

The Miriam

The Miriam

1208 Enfield Road, Austin, Texas 78703

The Miriam Residences, comprised of homes between 350 sf and 900 sf, is located in downtown Austin's celebrated neighborhood of Pemberton Heights. They are nestled within the historical estate of Texas Governors Ma (Miram) and Pa (James) Ferguson and kin to a boutique bed and breakfast community. Constructed in the midcentury, each unit has been restored to pristine condition and updated to redefine compact urban living.

Each features a reconfigured open floor plan and a variety of space-saving solutions. Most notably is what the design and development team have coined as the 'compact kitchen,' which optimizes space and utility through careful consideration of appliances, cabinets, and fixtures.

 

Design Team: Jeanne Schultz Design Studio + Joel Mozersky Design

Development Team: Will Steakley, Taylor Perkins, Jack Lieberman

Photography: Leah Muse

Home goods: Kettle & Brine

Furniture: Madre

Styling: Jeanne Schultz

12th Street Duplex

12th Street Duplex

2004 E 12th Street, Austin, Texas 78702

A unique, trapezoidal site configuration informs a volumetric building envelope. Two dwelling units with distinctive character are united in design by the gallery, a loft space accentuated by a steel spine and concrete staircase.

Diagonal spaces and a split glass corner define unit B, celebrating the challenge imposed by the physical site. Unit A retains more orthogonal, intuitive geometry and features a generous patio.

 

Design Team: Jeanne Schultz, Shane Pavonetti, Matt Schram

Photography: Andrea Calo

Gullett House

Gullett House

1007 Gullett Street, Austin, Texas 78702

A 1940s bungalow in East Austin in a state of disrepair was restored with careful attention to detail. Drawing on the craftsman architectural elements and commercialized industrial aesthetic of East Austin, our team developed an identity for the home’s interior conveyed by tone, texture, and statement fixtures. 

 

Contractor: Reveal Construction

Architect of Record: Danze & Davis

Photography: Leah Muse

Home Goods: Kettle & Brine

The Miriam

The Miriam

1208 Enfield Road, Austin, Texas 78703

The Miriam Residences, comprised of homes between 350 sf and 900 sf, is located in downtown Austin's celebrated neighborhood of Pemberton Heights. They are nestled within the historical estate of Texas Governors Ma (Miram) and Pa (James) Ferguson and kin to a boutique bed and breakfast community. Constructed in the midcentury, each unit has been restored to pristine condition and updated to redefine compact urban living.

Each features a reconfigured open floor plan and a variety of space-saving solutions. Most notably is what the design and development team have coined as the 'compact kitchen,' which optimizes space and utility through careful consideration of appliances, cabinets, and fixtures.

 

Design Team: Jeanne Schultz Design Studio + Joel Mozersky Design

Development Team: Will Steakley, Taylor Perkins, Jack Lieberman

Photography: Leah Muse

Home goods: Kettle & Brine

Furniture: Madre

Styling: Jeanne Schultz

Gullett House

Gullett House

1007 Gullett Street, Austin, Texas 78702

A 1940s bungalow in East Austin in a state of disrepair was restored with careful attention to detail. Drawing on the craftsman architectural elements and commercialized industrial aesthetic of East Austin, our team developed an identity for the home’s interior conveyed by tone, texture, and statement fixtures. 

 

Contractor: Reveal Construction

Architect of Record: Danze & Davis

Photography: Leah Muse

Home Goods: Kettle & Brine