The Dry Creek House is situated in lots of metropolitan areas in Austin, Texas having a dry creek running behind the home. A home is 2700 square meters including two sleeping rooms, three lavatories and space, one more separate cottage for everyone an attractive pond.
The Dry Creek House is made for the pair searching to construct a brand new home that reflects their appreciation for that simple, restrained design. Constant view of the house page to create the project feel larger than the outside spaces to work being an extension of the house.
The Dry Creek House focuses your focus on the scenery supplied by the river while safeguarding your vision from otherwise familiar atmosphere that surrounds the home.
In using warm materials for example IPE, whitened oak, and lime lueders lead to provide the house a feeling of warmth to balance using cold materials for example concrete, steel glass. And also to maintain a feeling of privacy for that needed area of the house while entertaining visitors within the primary living space.
The particulars that often try to highlight themselves prevented in design.On the other hand, home finding elegance in simplicity, sometimes serving as a basic backdrop for that landscape seriously considered (D-Crain Design & Construction), furniture (Tracy Overbeck Stead), and pieces of art home.
Photography by Paul Bardagjy and Casey Dunn