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Urban ATX | Davey McEathron Architecture | Leonid Furmansky

Posted by Ryan Rodenbeck on Monday, April 22nd, 2019 at 3:38pm

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Davey McEathron Architecture

Building or constructing a visually appealing home is one of the biggest achievements for most people. Professional builders and developers are the most reliable people you might first want to talk to. Discuss to your chosen Austin home builder about the design of the project you are aiming for in order to ensure that your vision turns into reality and construct you a durable and strong home that can also increase your ROI if you have plans on selling your home in the future.

One of Spyglass Realty's very own, Chris Affinito, started a building company called Urban ATX. He works closely with renowned architects such as Davey McEathron and architectural photographer Leonid Furmansky. Seeing the robust yet streamlined stature calls for a feature worth talking about.

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Constructing and building can sure be stressful, but for DMA, it doesn't have to be. The key component in their design process is collaboration. Working with the owner and a team of various architects, engineers, consultants, and contractors can explore more about the possibilities of the project. DMA attempts to make the ecological footprint of every project that we design as minimal as possible. The firm also utilizes the latest Revit and SketchUp software to ensure the best possible design for your project while minimizing building system conflicts and increasing efficiency in the design process. We design in 3D because we live in a 3D world. 

Stunning New Build With Brilliant Contemporary Design - S 2nd St

Must-See Stunning New Build with contemporary design and gorgeous finish-out. Brilliant detail and quality workmanship by award-winning architect Davey McEathron. Spacious 3-level home with 4 bedrooms, 3.5 bathrooms, and 2 living areas. Open concept living and dining areas boasting a wall of windows with loads of natural light. The kitchen built for entertainment has an impressive island, amazing frameless custom cabinets, Thermador appliance package with oversized gas cooktop and bar seating to be close to the action. Neutral hues with bright and bold splashes of color and wood flooring throughout. Fabulous master has a large closet with a skylight and spa-like bath and soaking tub. Beautifully designed large laundry room with sink. Great trees and landscaping perfect for unwinding. Excellent location near a plethora of entertainment and Austin treasures.

Pre-Market New Construction, Modern Travis Heights Duplex

Coming soon in Travis Heights: designed by Davey McEathron Architecture and built by Urban ATX Development. 2118 Glendale is hitting the market officially February the 28th. Designed for maximum privacy. Each unit has 3 bedrooms and 2.5 bathrooms, a roof deck and two car parking. Walk to South Congress,  Big Stacy Park, and Whip In. Tile by Clay Imports, Viking appliances, Brizo fixtures, and tons of natural light.

Chelsea ADU

"Set in Travis Heights, the Chelsea ADU was designed as an 1100 sf Accesory Dwelling Unit, part of a House & ADU design, splitting an existing lot into two. 

The ADU responds to the lot by dodging the heritage trees, to its north, while creating a very spacious front yard. There is a garage that blocks a dogtrot and the living area of the house from the west-setting sun and the larger windows are concentrated to the north side of the lot for plenty of natural lighting while reducing the heat gain in the summer and encouraging passive cross-ventilation. "

Rabb Glen

"This project was speculative project designed to minimize the building footprint on a small lot, while offering spacious rooms and outdoor connections through large, punctuated fenestrations throughout.  

The public spaces on the first floor focus towards the backyard through a 12’ sliding glass door that opens to a covered porch and a double sided fireplace. 

The Master Bedroom has a uniquely articulated ceiling with punched skylights and a large window that frames the front yard. The third floor is designed to nest under the roof like a finished-out attic, rendering surprising and unusual spaces."

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