Hotel Saint Cecilia

Austin
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Foto © Casey Dunn
Foto © Casey Dunn
Foto © Nick Simonite
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Architekten
Clayton Korte
Standort
Austin
Jahr
2008
Kosten
Vertraulich
Stockwerke
1–5 Stockwerke
Team
Bunkhouse Group - Liz Lambert (interior design), Cox Construction (renovation contractor), Bailey Elliot Construction Inc. (new construction contractor), Word + Carr Design Group (landscape architect), Ohm Lighting (lighting design), Duffy Engineering (structural engineer), Urban Design Group (civil engineer), EEA Consulting Engineers (MEP engineer), Kleinfelder Central Inc. (geotechnical engineer), Clayton Korte (architecture)

Clayton Korte transformed this site with six magnificent Live Oaks and its centerpiece 1888-vintage Victorian mansion (recognized by Austin’s Historic Landmark Commission as the Miller-Crockett House) into an oasis for one of Austin’s treasured boutique hotels. The design preserves the park-like space in the middle of the site in keeping with the original rhythms of the neighborhood. The Live Oaks provide the framework for siting four new buildings to complement the renovated mansion, itself converted into five suites. Three sleek new structures on the site’s downhill slope frame the swimming pool. Muted neutral tones help the new buildings recede into the site, define the perimeter of the grounds, and allow the historic building to retain its authority.

Dazugehörige Projekte

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  • The Ark, Condominiums
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  • SFMOMA Rooftop Garden
    Jensen Architects
  • Kokoris Residence
    Jensen Architects
  • Turner Duckworth Offices
    Jensen Architects

Magazin

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