Creative Reuse and Reusing Creatively - Webber + Studio

Creative Reuse and Reusing Creatively

You may have noticed by now that we are attempting to spin a yarn by way of these newsletters. Our story began with our...

Anatomy of a Site Visit

Anatomy of a Site Visit

From measuring existing structures to monitoring construction progress, investigating damp crawl spaces to calculating the precise...

Opportunity Seeking - Webber + Studio

Opportunity Seeking

Let’s talk trees. Specifically, the ubiquitous live oak trees that line many Austin streets, wrapping our homes in verdant hugs and...

Designing for Our Past, Present, and Future

Designing for Our Past, Present, and Future

We believe good architecture is considerate architecture. We know that each project we touch comes with a unique set of parameters that...

Listen First, Design Second

Listen First, Design Second

Embarking on an architectural journey is exciting. By the time clients reach our office, they are brimming with ideas, hopes, and dreams,...

Freedom of the Unknown - Webber + Studio

Freedom of the Unknown

The mission of the architect is to design beautiful buildings, but we vary in our philosophies as far as achieving this mission is...

W+S in Dwell - Austin Architecture in Texas

W+S in Dwell

Our Toyath project was recently featured on Dwell.com. Check out the full article here.

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W+S & Redfin: Building a House with Minimal Space

David Webber, Principal Architect at Webber + Studio, recently opined about designing within space constraints and offered up some tricks...

Safer at Home - Studio Architecture in Austin

Safer at Home

Purpose is a primary driver of design. Consider the names of the spaces in our homes: living room, dining room. Shelter in place has many...

Staying Connected - Architects in Texas

Staying Connected

Currently, our industry, and indeed the world, is adjusting to abrupt changes in work habits, planning for inevitable economic...

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