City View Residence in Austin, Texas, with its modernist and orthogonal design, screams summer vacation. The creation of Dick Clark Architecture is whitewashed with wood panels and large windows on the ground floor, and glass walls on the upper floor, flooding the atrium-like two story living room with light.
The house has numerous configurable features for entertainment, a spectacular view, swimming pools. It is solar cell powered and collects rain water. The space is continuously flowing, from the glass box lounge living room to the dining space featuring a suspended blonde wood panel decorated with numerous framed pictures. Some of my personal favourite elements are the wall separating the living and dining space, with a fireplace cut out into it, and the book case rising to the window brim and extending over the whole wall of the bedroom and the bar stools in the shiny dark brown wood furnished kitchen.