Archive for October, 2010

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Early Voting Ends Today in ATX

If you would like to early vote in Austin, today is your last chance.    For polling places: http://www.ci.austin.tx.us/election/intro_eng.htm For election candidates: http://www.co.travis.tx.us/county_clerk/election/20101102/gen_election_candidates.pdf  

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MILHouse 2.0 - Ready for Move-In

MILHouse 2.0 – Ready for Move-In

I was able to visit MILHouse 2.0 last week and take some pre-move-in photos. I am looking forward to seeing this occupied by the happy newlyweds. We were able to resolve a few things on the second iteration of this home. The Kitchen has been enlarged from original MILHouse to resolve the circulation pinch point that I […]

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Arthouse Reopening This Weekend!

Arthouse Reopening This Weekend!

I am very excited about this weekend and most of all about the updated Arthouse reopening. I have watched the construction, especially the final pieces, including the simple, but awesome painted signage. The Reopening Party – dinner and/or after party – will be held Friday, October 22, and tickets are still available – $1,000 for the dinner […]

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October Home Tours in Austin – HBA Parade of Homes

I previously failed to mention the HBA Parade of Homes as one of the October tours in and around Austin. This year's Parade will be held at Rough Hollow in Lakeway and runs from October 16th – 31st. More info here: http://hbaaustin.com/displaycommon.cfm?an=1&subarticlenbr=266   You still have time to attend Austin NARI's Remodeled Home Tour between Noon and 6:00 today. For […]

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October Home Tours in Austin

In case you missed the annual AIA Home Tour this year, do not fret. Two more home tours will be taking place before the end of the month featuring remodeled homes and new condos.   This weekend, October 16 & 17, Austin NARI will host their Remodeled Home Tour between Noon and 6:00 both days. […]

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Birdlip Residence - PV Array

Birdlip Residence – PV Array

This home was designed to use solar power for most of its energy needs. The clients chose to phase the installation of solar panels as rebates were available from the City of Austin (the rebate program had been halted at time of construction, but all infrastructure was put in place). The photos below represent the first […]

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