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Webber + Studio

Drawing from environmental cues, programmatic needs, and building technology, our hand serves primarily as the conduit for functionalistic responses. Strongly emphasizing integration of site and structure, all of our work strives to braid indoor and outdoor zones together. The results produce buildings and spaces that take on the unique characteristics of each site and each client.

With a deep interest in the honest expression of site constraints, program and construction, we have become inspired by the honesty found in some of North America's great popular traditions, both glamorous and unglamorous. From prefabricated metal buildings, to some of America's most refined folk styles, modernism and minimalism, our work is influenced by the artistry we see in the many grand and mundane approaches to building. Less concerned with style as much as function and context, we treat each project as an exploration in marrying our client's objectives with the characteristics of their program and site to achieve the uniqueness that is the hallmark of our work.

With an ever present focus on integration of site and structure, we also bring a fascination with how our buildings can become one with the site. Whether indenting our buildings to invite entry by the site, designing our building elements to capture incidental exterior space, or burrowing them into the site so that they can be claimed by the earth, we are always exploring the various spatial experiences that accompany this weaving process between the building and the environment.

Since 1997, Webber + Studio, located in Austin, Texas has brought this sensibility to all of their projects whether residential, commercial, or institutional. We pursue projects of varying type, scale and use in an effort to constantly hone our skills and philosophy so that we may always bring the highest level of client service, quality and value to each of our endeavors.

Featured projects: "Jewell Street Addition", "Tarrytown Guest House and Garage", "Nuevo 2600"

Address: 1220 Lavaca St., Austin, Texas, United States of America, 78701
Phone: 512 236 1032
Website: http://www.webberstudio.com/

Contemporary exterior, pool and correlated steel
Contemporary exterior, pool and correlated steel

See all photos in project: Nuevo 2600
Architect: Webber + Studio
Photography: Jacob Termansen Photography

Breezeway doors to patio

See all photos in project: “Jewell Street Addition
Architect: Webber + Studio
Photography: Tom McConnell Photography

Tile that runs out of shower and onto wall
Tile that runs out of shower and onto wall

See all photos in project: Tarrytown Guest House and Garage
Architect: Webber + Studio
Photography: Paul Bardagjy Photography

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March 13, 2020
A 19th Century Home Restoration Design Story

This spectacular example of 19th century home restoration, presented by The DMD Group, just goes to show that older structures don’t have to look dated. Multiple elements of this 19th century home were kept intact and perfectly preserved to maintain a decidedly sophisticated mood. An outdoor stone health placed on the other side of the indoor […]

March 13, 2020
Shabby Chic Sweden Apartment

Meet an apartment that brings in the old with the new. The original light wood flooring has been restored and kept intact, going perfectly with the brick wall that lines the living room and kitchen. The wood chairs, desk and tables seem at ease in this laid back and effortlessly designed environment. Many light fixtures […]

March 13, 2020
New European Dorm Room Designs

Typically, dorm style living is seen as a last resort for students of all nations. A private home was gutted and completely renovated, giving one lucky student access to a place where private studying and small gathers are looked upon favorably. This dorm is very similar to studio apartments, in terms of structure. The living area […]

March 13, 2020
A Sophisticated Russian Apartment

In Zelenograd, designers Polina and Alexandra Fedorova embarked on an interior design project that is being showcased here. This example of apartment interior design leaves much to the imagination. The space is basked in shades of black, brown and grey. Accents and accessories are used at a bare minimum, but it is plain to see that this […]

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