Matt Fajkus Creates Rectilinear Austin House That Embraces Rolling Terrain

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Cedar, concrete and stucco were among the materials used to construct this spacious Texas dwelling by American studio Matt Fajkus Architecture.

Called the [Bracketed Space] House, the residence is located on a sloped site in the city of Austin. It was designed for a young urban family that enjoys indoor-outdoor living. The two-storey home was conceived "as a meaningfully framed procession through the property with nuanced natural lighting throughout", said explained Matt Fajkus Architecture, a Texas studio founded in 2010.

"The design intends to incorporate the site's dynamic landscape into the daily life of its residents," the studio added. For the exterior cladding, the architect employed a range of materials, including cedar, natural stucco, steel and glass. Board-formed and cast-in-place concrete was also utilised.

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