This typical Austin 1940’s bungalow was strategically remodeled to transform an awkward arrangement of dark, low-ceilinged rooms into a single continuous space with kitchen, dining, and living areas.

Project Name: Skyview
Studio Name:
Murray Legge Architecture
Project size: 1300 ft2
Completion date: 2015
Building levels: 1
Location: Austin, United States
Photography: Whit Preston

Skyview by Murray Legge Architecture - Sheet1
Kitchen ©Whit Preston

Custom clerestory windows provide indirect daylighting throughout the day, and a tall window slot in front of the kitchen sink frames a mature crape myrtle.

Skyview by Murray Legge Architecture - Sheet2
Dining Space ©Whit Preston

Built-in cabinets maximize storage along both sides of the room.

Skyview by Murray Legge Architecture - Sheet3
Living Room ©Whit Preston



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