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Modern House In Austin - A Perfect Home On Quiet Residential Street

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    Architecture Architecture Apr 24, 2017 11:01 AM EDT

    Architecture and interior design firm Dick Clark + Associates, has recently completed designing a modern house in Austin, Texas. The project was undertaken in collaboration with Vinson Radke Homes.

    The exterior of the modern house features limestone, wood, and stucco, according to the Contemporist. There is also a large matte black pivoting the front door, surrounded by windows, and allows the natural light to shine into the modern house.

    As one steps in, the modern house showcases an open floor plan, with the kitchen being the first area to be approached. The area in itself provides plenty of space that resembles a white island seating zone for guests to sit and chat, with a hidden pantry beside the fridge.

    The dining area of the modern house, at the end of the kitchen, includes a sculptural glass pendant light anchors the round glass dining table. As one sits in the area, the garden outside can be seen vividly through the large windows surrounding the space.

    Moving on, the living room consists of a window that wraps around the corner of the room. There is also a small covered outdoor space perfect for entertaining right off the living room. Then there is a hallway leading to the master bedroom of the modern house, as the website of Dick Clark + Associates showcases.

    Meanwhile, the master bedroom of the modern house looks out onto the outdoor entertaining space, and allows natural light to fill in the space from the floor-to-ceiling windows and vaulted ceiling. The bathroom of the room is surrounded by large white tiles, while a standalone bathtub sits between the double-sink vanity and the large walk-in shower surrounded by glass.

    Located on a residential street, the modern house was originally built as a spec house. However it was purchased mid-construction However, as the down street neighbors fell in love with the property, the house was purchased for mid-construction, allowing the new owners to add intricate details of interior finishes to their personal taste.

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