For this working ranch in Spicewood, Texas, architects from Furman + Keil broke down a new-build house and outbuildings into discrete, Charles W. Moore-influenced spaces that take advantage of landscape and views.
The entryway to what the architects call Dogrun Ranch is a hinge point between the children’s quarters, at right, and the main living area, at left. Stone quarried from Granbury, Texas, covers the exterior, and a Spanish cedar front door, designed by the architects, greets visitors.
The architects specified standard-size, off-the-shelf windows where possible, using on-site butt glazing for the corner. Monopoint light fixtures provide additional illumination when daylight fades.
Windows: Kolbe; light fixtures: Lighting Services
In the living room, the same exterior Granbury stone is carried through to the hearth, which features a modified fireplace made with fire-clay brick.
A recess in the tall master bedroom helps bring a more intimate scale to the space.
Wall sconces: Christian Liaigre