Hugh Jefferson Randolph Architects

(512) 796-4001
austinarchitect.com

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We take great pride in focusing on client and site specific residential design. With no preconceived styles, we value an eclectic yet rigorous approach. Services range from new homes to renovations, as well as landscape design.
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Approximately 14' x 18'
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OMG it sucks sooo much I can't be spoon fed every design idea. This free site should come out to our houses and do free labor as well. EVERYONE SHOULD BE AT MY BECK AND CALL!
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It's an antique door in a custom frame inset into the wall.
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Modern or Contemporary: What's the Difference?

10 homes illustrate the essence of modern and contemporary home design styles Full Story
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tikibwana
Some pictures of the inside of the house... said to be inspired by the movie, Lost Horizon... including pics of the moon gate door...
May 5, 2013 at 10:48pm     
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And a pic of the sunroom...
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schneidersaustin
Are the soffits cedar and what color and brand of stain did you use? Looks great!
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Soffits are ipe. Clear sealer finish.
April 14, 2014 at 4:00pm   
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rbcola
What roofing material & color did you use. Your brick and windows are similar to our home build. Thanks very much.
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Galvanized metal roof with a paint grip finish.
April 13, 2014 at 2:09pm   
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The door has a push activated spring to open. An exhaust fan masks sounds.
April 13, 2014 at 12:43pm     
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Phillipe stark design.
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The floors were finished after they were installed.
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Oak & Broad
Thank you for the additional information! They look great. Was it an oiled finish?
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Do you sell any stock plans?
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We don't sell any stock plans but feel free to call. Would be happy to visit more if you'd like. Thanks
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12 Deadly Decorating Sins

Are your room designs suffering from a few old habits? It may be time to change your ways Full Story
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I saw the image of the dead zebra in the foyer and thought the article was going to say filling your house with dead animals for show was the sin to avoid. It's the only truly "deadly" thing in the article. I wish more designers had a conscience.
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I am not a fan of animal trophies or hides (and I don't know that the one pictured is real) but I am a fan of leather shoes, purses and chairs so I can't be too judgmental.
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The fireplace is the original 1935 fireplace. It's wood burning.
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Get More From Your Kitchen Island

Display, storage, a room divider — make your kitchen island work harder for you with these examples as inspiration Full Story
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Dura Supreme Cabinetry
Shea Joy - Here's another example of a kitchen island that includes a built in dining room seating... It's a great floor plan for homeowners who like to entertain while they prepare meals. This island also has bar seating on the other side of the island.
White on White Transitional Kitchen 1
White on White Transitional Kitchen 2
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One thing to keep in consideration when you plan your island is how you think you will most use it. My mom has a taller island but mine (see above a few comments) is fairly low. My mom was telling someone that "we" like a higher counter on our islands. I had to correct her on that one because while she mostly uses hers for chopping and serving, I mostly use mine for baking and other food prep. A lower height makes rolling out pie dough and kneading bread dough much easier because you can put your weight into it. If you have room, then you can enjoy the luxury of a multi height island, but I don't have room.
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Review by Capstone Custom Homes:

Hugh does a wonderful job correlating the outside with the inside. Each project is reflected by its surroundings and the specific likes and dislikes of his cli...
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Review by jannajacobson1:

Hugh is professional, talented and personable. He made sure the project suited our needs and wants while remaining true to his original vision and quality of w...
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Review by Risinger Homes:

If you have browsed Hugh's portfolio on Houzz, you can clearly see that he has amazing design abilities. What might not be as obvious are his attention to clie...
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Review by Cravotta Interiors:

Hugh is simply one of my favorite architects. He is not bound by any particular style or genre but rather breathes life into his work based on the unique needs ...
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Review by ginadoo:

We first learned of Hugh Jefferson Randolph from seeing his photos on Houzz. We interviewed several architects but he is the only one who wanted to meet us at t...
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Review for Risinger Homes:

Matt & his associates at Risinger Homes have provided excellent services over the past 5 years. We have been fortunate to work with them on three projects and ...
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Review for Cravotta Interiors:

Mark and his team do great work! It is tough to do eclectic & unique design well- design that truly is particular for each client and place. Cravotta Designs c...
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