Looks like Aamodt/Plomb Architects, the Cambridge, MA-based duo named one of the inaugural Curbed Groundbreakers in 2015, has been keeping plenty busy. In addition to a radiant midcentury barn remodel and a prefab home built in a year, the firm has also recently finished this gorgeous lake house in Austin, Texas. Built around existing trees, the sprawling home is marked by custom details throughout. For example, tapered Lueders limestone create changing shadow patterns on the facade throughout the day, while interiors completed in collaboration with Jennifer Vaughn Miller feature a sleek fireplace, bespoke woodwork, and glass shelfs behind the pool-area bar that, frankly, are bound to drive some open-shelving haters crazy.
∙ Kristina & Bill's California Dream Home [Apartment Therapy]
∙ Midcentury Barn Conversion Reborn as Radiant Modern Home [Curbed]
∙ Tour a Prefab Home in Austin Designed and Built in Just a Year [Curbed]
∙ Cambridge Architecture Firm Aamodt Plumb is Radically Holistic in Life and Work [Curbed]