Posted: 07 Aug 2012 09:37 AM PDT
New York-based Architects Specht Harpman had done a superb single family house refurbishment of this modest 1970s house in Austin, Texas. The Westlake Residence was renovated in such a way to preserve and nestle into the lush live oak canopy that covers the property. The house, which is articulated by cantilevered volumes, ribbon windows, two roof decks, a green roof, and an infinity edge pool, carefully weaves around the existing trees, while large glass expanses open the house to the dramatic landscape beyond.
Photography: Scott Specht
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