Austin

mid-century modern ranch home

This mid-century modern ranch was transformed into the perfect home for one Austin’s foremost music club owners with an extensive hot rod collection. The addition of a six-car garage and bedroom wing created the extra space and functionality needed for the home.  – Dick Clark Architecture

 Featured in this summer’s Atomic Ranch magazine, this amazing home is a eclectic mix of modern and retro.

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A bridge gallery was added to connect the new addition with the existing home.

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A combination of mid-century furniture with modern architectural design.

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I can’t imagine having a red kitchen but I really like it in this pic!

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Hello bath floor tile.  You inspire me.

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(All photos from Dick Clark Architecture’s website. )

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Happy Friday! xo

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loco for local: One.Eleven.Design in Austin

“I don’t consider myself a ‘contemporary’ designer – my work has a foot firmly rooted in the past.  I believe that allows it to become timeless.”

– Joel Mozersky  (One. Eleven. Design)

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In this new segment, Loco For Local, I will be uncovering some of the great local companies, eateries, and shops that inspire and amaze.  This week’s feature is about local designer Joel Mozersky, owner of One. Eleven.Design in Austin.   Pairing a charm from the past with eclectic modern accents, his style is as unique as Texas’ capital city itself.

Past projects include the Real World Austin house (pictured above), the Dixie Chicks tour buses , and many upscale restaurants in Austin.

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Capitol Saddlery, a historic building turned residence, demonstrates how Joel is always going for the “wow” factor.

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 One of my fave projects is this loft in San Antonio.   It was featured in Metropolitan Home in 2009.

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Like what you see?  Read more about Joel in an article & interview from Austin CultureMap.