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Clayton&Little Architects merges the talents of Emily Little, FAIA and Paul Clayton, AIA, LEED AP. Clayton&Little Architects is devoted to a creative design approach that expresses the client’s needs and surroundings. Through a careful analysis of the site, space, light, and surrounding context, the craft of design is distilled into the art of place. Clayton&Little Architects approaches design with a team-based mentality, and we engage every client at all levels of design. Each project poses a unique set of opportunities that allow us to develop a creative solution to our client’s needs, intentions, and budget. The creation of high quality, individualized architecture within a limited budget requires a constant exploration of simple structural systems and the creative use of affordable new and off-the-shelf materials.
Full architectural design services, master planning, materials & product selection, contract/bidding administration, and construction administration for existing and new structures
18 Projects for Clayton&Little Architects
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W. 11th Street House
W.H. Davis House
Sam Houston House
Margaret St. Addition
Townes Lane Residence
Rabb Road Residence
Gaston Avenue Residence
34th Street House
Spring Creek Residence
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The firm is very professional and efficient. We were able to design and prepare for our home remodel project in less than two months. We are about to start the construction phase of the project and the design portion has been so much fun. The architects are very knowledgable and considerate of our needs and budget.
July 20, 2013Last modified:July 21, 2013
Commented: Paint finishThe paint is Benjamin Moore, OC-57 White Heron. Eggshell on walls and satin on trim.
January 18, 2016
Commented: Love the cabinet color - what brand and color?!The cabinet color is Pepper Tree, by Devoe Paints. Satin finish.
October 24, 2015
Commented: What material was used on countertop? Thanks!Sandstone – Pietra Cardosa From Architectural Tile & Stone in Austin
August 31, 2015