Design Award 2009: The Wolfe Den

The American Institute of Architects in Austin has awarded MJ Neal Architects a 2009 Design Award for the Wolfe Den. We started competing for these city design awards in 2003 and we’ve won every year except for 2006, when we didn’t enter.

You can see the winners for the last three years at the AIA site.

Please enjoy the new slide show below. It’s the selection that I’ve put together for the upcoming publication in Dwell and Dwell.com. There are shots that have already been posted here and there are brand new ones! Alex and Jamie look like movie stars:-)

Wolfe Den Slideshow

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Devil’s Backbone

Beginnings of a new project in the hill country located along the Devils backbone.   

The images are the schematic study model showing a series of walls that define circulation and garden areas as well as indicate where the habitable structures might occur. 

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Macho Minimalism

The Wolfe Den is in it’s final stages. Little details are being completed like the front door handle and the landscaping is being installed. Becca of Rain Lilly Design has dubbed the front stone entry design “macho minimalism”. I really like that! I’m going to steal it;)

Enjoy, I am.

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Big Foot

The recycled rubber floors are in at the Wolfe Den as indicated by the big foot prints of Living Arts Austin’s own Michael Kalish. 

Check the stair detail that relates to the wrap around desk detail (see the post before this one).

And here’s a shot of the vanity in the master bath toilet room. Of course I had to take a couple of shots of the guest vanity again. 

It’s gettng close now.

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