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[mappress mapid="1"] Call us at 512.347.1688. Our office is located at the top of The Reserve office park on the eastern edge of Austin in the Texas Hill Country, one mile north of Bee Caves Road on North Capital of Texas Highway (Loop 360). 500 N. Capital of Texas Hwy Building 8, Suite 110 Austin, Texas 78746 Phone [telnumlink]512.347.1688[/telnumlink] Please feel free to contact us to find out more about our firm! [gravityform id="1" name="Contact Us" title="false"]   Employment Inquiries: brookef@larue-architects.com LaRue Architects is always interested in connecting with talented professionals who are interested in working in an intensive design environment. Inquiries are always welcome regardless of current hiring needs. Please provide a cover letter, resume, and portfolio to the email provided. No phone calls please.  

Beach Home Modern - November 19, 2019

This three-story residence occupies a select lot just off the gulf of Mexico, seizing optimal views of the water, most apparent and viewable from the open-to-skyy roof terrace. The massing of the home is comprised both of steeply-pitched roof forms juxtaposed with modern shallow-roofed cantilevered boxes, maintaining the…more

Bungalow - September 11, 2019

Extrapolating on the fabric of the eclectic but structured Travis Heights neighborhood, this ‘pumped-up-on-steroids’ Bungalow kicks off one of LaRue’s first urban infill projects. This forward thinking gem consists of metal wall panels, a heavily engineered cantilevered plate steel carport overhang, and large pocketed sliding glass doors –…more

Twisted Oaks - August 23, 2019

On a sprawling site with long views, this ranch house pivots around a variety of mature Post Oaks. Project Team: Jim LaRue, Patrick Mobley

LakeHaus - August 23, 2019

A modern take on the traditional lake cabin, this waterfront residence utilizes extensive use of weathered wood siding while referencing the local Hill Country vernacular of the area. Due to flood zone requirements, the house has been elevated with the use of low terracing concrete walls and cantilevered…more

Dahlia Estates - August 23, 2019

Currently developing deep in west Texas, this small neighborhood community located in Midland is planning on providing its residents a modern architecture enclave. Through a gated entry lies extensive hike & bike trails and an exclusive community center with a splash pad and extensive outdoor game areas and…more

Heavy Metal Farmhouse - August 23, 2019

Vernacular house forms encased with a standing seam metal skin on the wall and roof alike juxtapose against rooted masonry under a low pitched roof in our take on a modern farmhouse. Expansive steel framed windows allow for never-ending idyllic views while still achieving internal privacy on this…more

Lake Livingston - August 14, 2019

This contemporary family home features an open floor plan with a generous outdoor living area highlighting casual lake living. Following the contours of the site, this house has a more residential front façade while the lakeside elevation allows for panoramic views from any room of the house. Expected…more

Barton Hills - August 08, 2019

Located in the heart of the eclectic Barton Hills neighborhood, this one-story, single-family home embraces the existing live oak trees, linking itself to it’s site and establishing a timeless sense of place for now, and years to come. Expected Completion: Fall 2019 Project Team: Jim LaRue, Emily Haydon

Hudson Bend - September 14, 2018

Perched atop a steep hillside overlooking Lake Travis, this home provides panoramic views of the basin below. Extensive lengths of glass along the entire ground level provide a base for the cantilevered box above and the unparalleled views of both the lake and rolling hillside beyond. Project Team:…more

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