Inwood Place is a project designed by Tim Cuppett Architects. When Mid-Century enthusiasts purchased the original 1800sf home, it had long been forgotten about and was nearly re-claimed by the native vegetation of an adjacent creek. The existing house, crammed against the far property line was dwarfed by an apartment complex visible to the rear. Low ceilings and deep overhangs made for a relentlessly dark interior, further diminishing what little appeal remained of the property. Photography by Whit Preston.
Belmont Park is a project designed by Tim Cuppett Architects. Located on the bank of Shoal Creek, one of two primary waterways traveling through Austin to the Colorado River, Belmont Park consists of two weathered Douglas fir clad volumes which rise above the creek from a flush limestone plinth. Photography by Whit Preston.
A multi-family compound rises from a remote, grassy valley on the bank of the Frio River deep in the Texas Hill Country. The goal for this project designed by Tim Cuppett Architects was to create shelters with an environmental experience unique to its place where Summer madness gives way to Winter stillness. Where city life and digital stimulation are replaced by the experience of feeling a cool breeze or snuggling up to a warm fire. Photography by Paul Finkel, Whit Preston.
Castle Hill is a project designed by Tim Cuppett Architects. Youthful spirit was injected into the traditional Castle Hill house which suffered from the doldrums of previous renovations and additions. The first floor was reconfigured to enlarge the kitchen (and homework station for the family of six) as well as create two lounge specific spaces. Photography by Whit Preston.