“Making one’s place for living or work can be a profound and challenging process. My purpose is to solve this problem in a beautiful and meaningful way that moves the client.”
Fundamental aspects of Nick Deaver's work are the use of natural light; the flow of space from one room to the next; a focus on subtle textures and colors of wood, metal, and stone; a dialogue between the traditional and the modern; and the dissolving of conventional barriers between a building's interior and its surroundings. Nick is interested in creating memorable places that respond to local context with a commitment to minimal demands on the environment. He also believes that architecture can awaken the senses, reconnecting us with nature. Nick strives for sustainability in his work. Dramatic results can often be achieved through the use of modest materials, and a building that is infused with beauty and meaning will become something permanent and cherished, rather than a temporary solution with a superficially pleasing style.
“Architecture is personal – the art of making a place for life, happiness, and well-being.”
Austin, Barton Creek, Bee Cave, Del Valle, Hornsby Bend, Hudson Bend, Lost Creek, Mc Neil, Pflugerville, Rollingwood, San Leanna, Shady Hollow, Sunset Valley, Volente, West Lake Hills, Houston, Wimberley
2019 Texas Society of Architects Design Award - LeanToo
2019 AIA Austin Design Award - Shibui
2017 AIA Austin Design Award - LeanToo