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A 1950 Barton Hills Stenger was restored by MJ Neal with sublime results.
An updated loft in the landmarked Brown Building features terrazzo floors and lots of light.
The 1940 Greek Revival home and estate was designed by legacy architects Page and is owned by prominent philanthropists the Long family.
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A remodel and expansion by Specht Architects invites all students in and connects to the rest of the campus
World-class design at South Austin’s venerated hilltop school, from Pritzker-winning postmodernism to Gothic Revival
Built in 1960, the North Lamar office is brought back to vivid life.
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A-frame Prince of Peace Lutheran in South Austin was designed in 1955 and was one of the first churches of its style in Central Texas.
The city landmark commission approved a bold plan for a tall, contemporary addition to the Beaux Arts Freemasons building.