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Oakwood Chapel Rehabilitation

Posted in Uncategorized by Kristie
March 23, 2016



As a local architecture firm, a significant portion of our work involves development in our city. Every once in a while, the City hires us for a preservation project.


A recent article by Curbed.com looks at Austin cemeteries, not just through a preservationist lens, as historical relics, but within the framework of urban progress, as community enhancements for the present and beyond.


Charles Melanson, the Project Architect for hatch + ulland owen architects, is taking on the issue in his latest project at the Oakwood Cemetery Chapel Rehabilitation. A project that consists of asking what the role of a cemetery is in an urban environment.


By finding financially stable ways to repair the Oakwood Chapel, we are able to play our part in saving this cemetery while allowing the city to continue preparing for the future.


To read more from Curbed CLICK HERE.


Twin Oaks Branch Library Honor

Posted in Awards by Kristie
June 8, 2015

We are honored to be noted in the 2015  Community Impact Newspaper’s Central Austin Architecture and Design Guide. ​Our Twin Oaks ​Branch Library project was ​highlighted.

You can read more about the Central Austin Architecture and Design Guide HERE.
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