Nicole’s Place is the culmination of many years of outreach, compassion, hard work, lobbying, and fundraising by several of the most dedicated and caring individuals in Texas. Nicole’s Place is a pro-bono project designed to be built in the Austin hill country to serve as a medium to long term residential compound for sex trafficked young girls in the Central Texas area. A huge thanks is given to the Austin 20 non-profit group for giving us the chance to contribute to the healing and safety of Texas youths. A20 Non-profit & Nicole’s Place founder: Lisa Knapp, Contractor: Ames Design Build
Scheduled Completion- Spring 2020
This beautiful lot in Barton Creek’s edgy Amarra neighborhood faces the beautiful sunset and view of a natural preserve and the Austin hill country beyond. This project is the dream home of a young and energetic family with a great vision and an appetite for great architecture and the historic industrial aesthetic of New England. Currently in design, this home will be the gem of the neighborhood. Contractor: Duckworth Development, Interiors: Kopfer Taylor Interiors, Scheduled completion- Winter 2019
This refined take on a more traditional style incorporates timeless design aesthetics with an industrial flavor. Nestled along a soft sloping ridge in Seven Oaks in West Austin, this home features numerous private courtyards, local timbers and stone, steel windows and doors throughout, an extensive library, and chef’s kitchen overlooking an outdoor kitchen and dining area. It will be a striking addition to the neighborhood. Builder: Camelot Homes, Interior Designer: Kopfer Taylor Interiors Scheduled Completion- Fall 2020
This contemporary home in Rollingwood offers an a unique and inviting take in a more edgy approach for Rollingwood Hills. Built around a central courtyard, this home reveals its spacious and glassy character built around an elegant pool and comfortable outdoor living area. Scheduled completion- January 2021
This elegant contemporary custom is perched on a steep hillside in Austin, Texas. While it overlooks a natural wet weather creek, this single family home fits the needs of a growing family as well as it fits the challenging site its on. Built with sustainable techniques, local materials, and environmental consciousness, this home will serve the family and surrounding community for many years to come.
Contractor: Shoberg Homes, Interior Designer: Studio Seiders, Photography by Ryann Ford COMPLETED Fall 2018