Outbuilding of the Week: Travis Heights Arts Studio
The Travis Heights Art Studio is featured on Gardenista.com, sister site to Remodelista. Read more about this unique structure’s combined use as an art studio and garden shed, and the way it complements and reflects its neighboring Victorian home while still introducing modern elements.
Clayton&Little Designed Sienna House is Under Construction
Another master-planned community by Newland Communities is in the works in Northwest Austin: Rancho Sienna. Clayton&Little designed the amenity center, Sienna House, in partnership with RVi Planning + Landscape Architecture, who is leading the master planning and landscape design of the community. Sienna House is a 6,600 sf amenity center and clubhouse for future residents. This is Clayton&Little’s second opportunity to design an amenity center in partnership with Newland & RVi; the Club at Wildflower Park in Teravista opened late last year. Check out more details about Rancho Sienna in the Austin Business Journal article here.
Emily Little Leads a Historic Tour of South Congress
Our very own Emily Little is leading a historic tour of South Congress this Thursday as part of the Society of Architectural Historians Annual Conference being held in Austin this week. The tour is from noon – 2:30 pm on Thursday and counts for two AIA/HSW CEUs. Click here to buy tickets and learn more.
Preservation Austin’s Homes Tour “Austin 1964!”
Clayton&Little is excited to be a sponsor of Preservation Austin’s Homes Tour “Austin 1964!” to be held on Saturday, April 5th. Be sure to visit one of the tour’s featured homes at 3607 Balcones, which will be shown in its original condition, as designed by Austin’s notable mid-century architect, Roland Roessner. Clayton&Little is currently working with the new owners to design an expansion and rehabilitation of this historic modern gem. Visit Preservation Austin’s website to learn more about tour details and to buy your tickets.