310 Madison Residence

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Located in the historic King William District south of downtown San Antonio, this neighborhood infill project continues the pattern and scale of the existing streetscape. The narrow two-story stucco house allows for a side drive to access the rear garage/apartment. The house fronts the street with a generous porch like the older neighboring homes. A courtyard trellis and covere...More
“Two story” — docbaum
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The interior matches the exterior's commitment to a contemporary, yet traditional farmhouse style. The architect, Mickey Conrad, used reclaimed timber on the floor planks, exposed beams, and columns to contribute to this feel and the home's LEED Gold rating. Photo credit: Mark Menjivar
“Edison lightbulbs would look great paired with an inverted chandelier” — mbcienski
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The interior walls are comprised of whitewashed new pine lumber. Photo credit: Mark Menjivar
“lighting” — low1969
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The architect celebrated the hand-crafted nature of many of the recycled materials he used to construct the 310 Madison residence. Photo credit: Mark Menjivar
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The architect told Urban Home magazine: “I have this attitude of celebrating and using old common things from the past, not as decoration or art, but for their original purpose. There is an inherent aesthetic value in items made by people, not by machines." Photo credit: Mark Menjivar
“Porch” — yweber77
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