Dick Clark + Associates
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We are an award-winning architecture and interior design firm in downtown Austin, Texas. We specialize in realizing your project with passion and customer service, no matter how large or small.

For over thirty years our office has been influenced by the creative environment and technology that have driven Austin. Dick Clark + Associates was formed here, but has grown parallel with the city to expand our influence and work. Creative and engaged in the community, the staff continues to draw inspiration from Austin for work that contributes to the shaping of central Texas and beyond. Local knowledge, creativity and an ability to work openly and collaboratively produce our results.

Services Provided
Architectural Design, Building Design, Custom Homes, Energy-Efficient Homes, Green Building, Home Additions, Home Remodeling, New Home Construction, Sustainable Design

Areas Served
Austin, Barton Creek, Bee Cave, Del Valle, Garfield, Hornsby Bend, Lost Creek, Manchaca, Mc Neil, Onion Creek, Pflugerville, Rollingwood, San Leanna, Shady Hollow, Sunset Valley, West Lake Hills, Brownwood, Dallas, Houston, Texas, San Antonio

Certifications and Awards
For a full list of awards, please visit our website.
Austin Architecture & Interior Design Firm
Best of Houzz 2014-2018

Location: 207 west 4th street
Austin, TX 78701
Commented: I love the paint color on the exterior. could you please share? It's not a paint color, but rather an integral-color stucco.
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Commented: Decking material? It's a composite decking (most likely Trex). We don't have the color info, though - sorry!
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Commented: Where to buy d stone Materials Marketing: (512) 328-7682
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Commented: I love the floor It's a porcelain product from Lea Ceramiche. They have a lot to choose from. We love their versatility and that we can use them from indoor to outdoor. http://www.leausa.us/product/all-product/
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Commented: Hi, can you please hare what kind of stone and siding? It is always tough to make that final selection. This is a stone selected from a local quarry here in Central Texas. It is a limestone leaders that was named Bevel stone after this house since we we...
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Commented: Hi, is the siding Board and baten? It is a metal standing seam wall panel from Berridge.
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