The Twin Houses are a case study in the adaptation of post-war era housing into homes that better reflect the way we live today. They reside down the street from each other and have identical construction and similar floor plans.

Project Name: Residence 1305
Studio Name: Jobe Corral Architects
Location: Austin, United States
Photography: Patrick Wong and Casey Woods

©Patrick Wong and Casey Woods

These modest one-story homes made of concrete block and steel windows are transformed in different ways to suit the families that live in them.

©Patrick Wong and Casey Woods

The residents of 1305 needed more bedrooms and bathrooms for their young children and a sanctuary for the adults.

©Patrick Wong and Casey Woods

A beautiful bedroom suite is linked to the original house with a tall, light filled space for reading, studying or practicing music.


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