We've moved!

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We're thrilled to welcome you to our new Austin offices, located in the Groves South Lamar. We're somewhat biased as we designed the project but the Groves South Lamar is an exciting five-story multifamily project with 307 units plus a fantastic roof deck with a view of downtown Austin. We think it's a great area with lots of shopping and walkable destinations. We're located at 3607 South Lamar, Suite 103

And...it's officially open!

On Thursday, May 18, the Davies Collaborative team was thrilled to be among the several hundred invited guests at the grand opening of the Texas Monthly Gulf Coast Show Home at Cinnamon Shore where we all enjoyed live music, great food and drinks, and the chance to take a leisurely walk through this special home.

As architects, it's always exciting to see the reactions of people to your design and vision, and this show home was a perfect project for us. The site's location in the Cinnamon Shore development was ideal to situate the 3,900-sq.-ft. home whose design was inspired by the casual living and clean lines seen on the Florida Gulf Coast. 

"Cinnamon Shore and its master designer Mark Schnell did a really great job of creating a language for the community," John D'Agostino, team architect and project manager, told Texas Monthly magazine.

Taking advantage of the lot's central location to the amenities of Cinnamon Shore, a two-story wrap-around porch allows for social interaction with the community but also privacy thanks to innovative screens that open and close.

The home is made for multiple families to enjoy while still allowing for moments of space.

“The intent was to have a home that was multi-generational and as flexible as possible,” Bill Davies, lead architect, continued. “Togetherness is a huge part of being on vacation, but there’s also a need to get away.”

The Texas Monthly Gulf Coast Show Home at Cinnamon Shore is open for tours from May 28 to September 2. Adult tickets are $10, and all proceeds benefit the University of Texas Marine Science Institute's Animal Rehabilitation Keep (ARK) program at its facility in Port Aransas, Texas.