Austin Homes Tour

34th Annual AIA Austin Homes Tour - October 16 - 19, 2020

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In this special section of TALKdesign, we explore the works of architects featured on the AIA Austin Homes Tour.

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October 14, 2020

This episode we’re joined by Robert Gay and Lucy Begg, architects featured on the AIA Austin Homes Tour 2020. Robert Gay Robert grew up making things in the woods of Alabama and helping his Dad on jobsites around the state.  Since beginning his architectural studies at Auburn University twenty five years ago, his diverse design and building

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October 12, 2020

This episode we’re joined by Camille Jobe and Ada Corral, architects featured on the AIA Austin Homes Tour 2020. JOBE CORRAL ARCHITECTS specializes in the design of well detailed and highly crafted structures using authentic materials. We work with the knowledge that a great project springs from a deep understanding of the site, a respectful and

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October 12, 2020

 At Baldridge Architects, our practice is predicated on the basic belief that well-designed space can aspire to loftier goals than the mere provision of shelter and amenities; and it can do more than facilitate commercial or institutional goals. For us, these are our baselines—our starting points. As a firm, we are striving for more than prominence in a

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This episode we’re joined by Tim Cuppett and David Kilpatrick, architects featured on the AIA Austin Homes Tour 2020. Tim Cuppett Architects is a full service Architecture and Interior Design practice, with a residential portfolio spanning two decades. Our work is rooted in traditional forms of hearth and home interpreted in a quiet modernism. Homes are

This episode we’re joined by Ingrid Spencer, Executive Director of AIA Austin. Every year for 33 years, AIA Austin has produced what has become a nationally-recognized tour of new and newly-renovated homes designed by architects for specific clients. Diversity and design excellence are showcased in the AIA Austin Homes Tour held every October. In 2020, it’s a

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Today on TALKdesign I’m joined by Hugh Jefferson Randolph from Austin, Texas. Hugh has been a guest on TALKdesign earlier this year where he discussed his background, his love af architecture and his design philosophy. Today Hugh takes us through his AIA Austin tour house which happens to be his own home, where as a family they

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This episode we’re joined by the husband and wife team of Ernesto Cragnolino and Krista Whitson, architects featured on the AIA Austin Homes Tour 2020. With over 20 years of professional practice, Ernesto Cragnolino has focused on the design of institutional, commercial and residential projects for a variety of clients and at a variety of budgets.

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October 9, 2020

This episode we’re joined by Nicole Blair, one of the architects featured on the AIA Austin Homes Tour 2020. Nicole Blair was born in Austin, Texas, in 1974. She obtained a Bachelor of Science in Textiles and Apparel from Cornell University in 1996 and worked in the NYC offices of Robert A.M. Stern and Peter Eisenman

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October 9, 2020

This episode we’re joined by Mark Odom of Austin Texas, one of the architects featured on the AIA Austin Homes Tour 2020.Mark moved to Austin in 2004 creating Mark Odom Studio, an award winning studio revolving around like minded individuals producing both residential, commercial, & public art projects throughout the Texas region. Prior to m(odm),

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October 3, 2020

This week we’re joined by Charles Di Piazza of Austin Texas, one of the architects featured on the AIA Austin Homes Tour 2020.Prior to founding CHARLES DI PIAZZA ARCHITECTURE in Austin, Charles worked for two internationally recognized offices on projects ranging in size from a carbon-neutral city of 90,000 inhabitants and a skyscraper, to a

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