Jay Corder, Architect
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Jay Corder and his team have spent the last 12 years designing contemporary, high-end, custom residential architecture, from new construction to remodels and additions.

The team is likewise poised to handle small to medium-sized contemporary commercial projects focusing on tenant infill, hospitality, multi-family and amenity.

We ensure that it looks great, feels even better, suits your needs, stands the test of time, feels like an anchor, adapts to your lifestyle, plays well with light, keeps the rain out, pleases your in-laws, astonishes your guests, gives your art a great place to hang, keeps cool in the summer sun, has more than one room for living, boasts the kitchen you've always wanted, feels warm in more ways than one, breathes in the spring, keeps the kids safe, has a lush, inviting lawn, makes it a pleasure to entertain, serves as a great place to play or a peaceful place to work, protects your investments, offers you both solace and freedom, loves you back, reminds you of why you've worked so hard, and makes you happy to come home.

Services Provided
Bathroom Design, Building Design, Custom Homes, Energy-Efficient Homes, Green Building, Home Additions, Home Extensions, Home Remodeling, Kitchen Design, Kitchen Remodeling, New Home Construction, Space Planning, Sustainable Design, Speculative Residences, Commercial Retail, Commercial Hospitality, Commercial Multi-Family, Commercial Ammenities

Areas Served
Austin, Travis County, All of continental US

Certifications and Awards
Registered Texas Architect (TBAE)
2005 AIA Homes Tour
2008 AIA Homes Tour
Contact: Jay Corder
Location: 7010 EASY WIND DR., SUITE 230
AUSTIN, TX 78752
License Number: TBAE #18074
Typical Job Costs: $100,000 - 3 million
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Commented: Is anyone monitoring this to answer the light question above? Sure thing. Happy to help in any other way.
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Commented: Lighting? Those are Belfer Wedge fixtures. They are made to uplight only.
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Commented: Exterior color and material? That is actually painted steel. Landscape lighting is by others.
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Commented: Tower Stained 1x6 lap and gap clear cedar.
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Commented: What are the pavers you sued and where di you get them from The pavers are Lueder's Limestone which is native to Texas. There are options for close approximation.
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