Posts Tagged ‘interior design’

Duval Studio


The program was to provide workspace for a multi-disciplinary creative studio. The location was in the last remaining intact interior of a small completely masonry (interior and exterior) strip center designed and built in the late forties. New additions are of wood and steel to contrast the existing raw masonry. Everything new is installed so […]

Viviane’s pictures in display at the Den and visitors. Photo Cory Ryan       Hip Attitude on Credenza at Wolfe Den. Photo: Cory Ryan           She shot several areas  you may have not seen because we haven’t posted. The hidden bath. Photo Cory Ryan       I love this […]

Water everywhere, my kind of place… The old house is integrated as it’s transformed. This is our project for a 1940’s home in Rollingwood. Posted by Viviane

The Wolfe Den stair progresses. The middle partition that ties into the rift cut white oak guardrail is in. And a preview of the Ipe treads. Kilean made it by with me today to check it out and generally reek havoc with everyone… more about “untitled“ Some nice progress! Here’s three weeks ago.

more about “untitled“, posted with vodpod A few images from the last site visit. Alex chats as John and Mike of Living Art Austin lean on the rift cut white oak guardrail just freshly installed. Dennis has the spoon tub installed and the shower running.

The Studio


I just added the Firm’s Book to this site as a page. Check the pdf out! more about “The Office“, posted with vodpod

2008 is rocking for us… I’m posting this way late, but after sending around the newsletter with the big news, I keep forgetting to put it on the blog, finally I get to it! Et voila ici: MJ Neal, AIA wins Another Design Honor Award… and a Silver Medal as it was distributed on our […]

It’s concrete guys, so smooth that you’d think it was plastic… fabricated by John Newbold. more about “Trellis Finished, Vanity in“, posted with vodpod

Is it just me or is this starting to feel like a final stretch? Check the first pics of the bulthaup kitchen outfit. more about “More Wolfe Den and Kitchen Peek“, posted with vodpod

As y’all know and have heard to death, at least from our end, we were awarded a National Institute Honor Design Award this year for the Anthony Nak Jewelry Flagship Store by the American Institute of Architects Ok, so we went to Boston and picked up the thing. We were the only Texans at the design […]

[We (Oooooohhhhhhhhh)Won] Can you BELIEVE it??? M. J. Neal Architects just won the 2008 Institute Honor Award for Interior Architecture from the American Institute of Architects (AIA). It’s a great day, it’s a great, big, fat, new…. year!!!! This project had already won an Austin AIA Design Award and the Texas Society of Architects (TSA) […]

Pilates Studio


  If the picasa slideshow is not working use this: Pilates studio by MJ Neal, AIA Check the Pilates studio out! It’s open for business. Ann Arnoult is an excellent Pilates instructor and a former dancer at Ballet Austin. This project was built by Living Art, Austin. John and Mike’s building outfit. Update April 22, […]

I get bored stiff at some of the award parties that we’ve had to go to. But Chicago was fun, fast, and furious. The Interior Designers kicked some butt. This was the IIDA awards party last year… And we got to sit at the same table with Her Highness Eva Maddox. I’ve been dying to […]

JUNE 2005 /LOOK FOR INTERIOR DESIGN MAGAZINE Interior Design Magazine features M. J. Neal Architects in their current (June) issue, now in the stands. You can read the article online But buy the magazine to look at the incredible pictures by Jett Butler and Kenny Braun and peruse all five winners of the 2005 IIDA […]


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