D-CRAIN Design and Construction

(512) 480-8008
www.d-crain.com

Services Provided
D-CRAIN crafts and maintains elegantly functional indoor and outdoor living spaces from hardscape design and execution, down to nurturing the most delicate of garden flora. Please visit our website for more information.

Business Description
D-CRAIN Design and Construction specializes in custom solutions integrated to your specific indoor and outdoor living needs or realized from your private flights of fancy...or both.

Hailing from east Austin, D•CRAIN is a holistic design/build firm with an extensive portfolio familiar to many. Through a myriad of private residences as well as contributions to public spaces D•CRAIN realizes a distinctive integrated aesthetic that captures the imagination of clients, architects, and passersby alike. The tireless pursuit of harmony between the structure and the landscape leaves no stone unturned. D•CRAIN founder Dylan Robertson has been designing unforgettable spaces from his East Austin studio since 1994. Robertson’s design/build team, which has worked as a unit for over a decade, has set up shop in a distinctive sanctuary—two old Austin houses retrofitted as a three dimensional portfolio piece. Collectively, the team leverages experience in architecture, ecology, philosophy and highly skilled building trades to inform an approach that is both organically nimble and elegantly minimal.
Location:
Austin, TX US 
Type:
 
Address:
1621 Willow
Austin, TX 78702 
Fax:
(512) 480-0887 
D-CRAIN Design and Construction now has 2 photos featured in an ideabook

Design Workshop: Put Industrial Mesh to Work Around the Home

From open gratings to fine weaves, commercial metal mesh is a durable and beautiful choice for residences too Full Story
     Comment   July 20, 2014
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Cascade Coil Drapery
jennilin, timkline's response was great. We typically use aluminum or stainless steel for outdoor applications. Maintenance is simple, you can hose off the aluminum or power wash the stainless steel. You can also use Simple Green and a soft brush to remove any heavy debris.
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kenkilgore
Our builder suggested metal mesh stair and rail guards for the upper story of our new house. I was worried they'd look too industrial for our interior style, but instead the mesh provides the exact contemporary look we were going for.
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