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A luminary in the Austin architecture world has died after a battle with leukemia. His influence stretches throughout the region, from prominent buildings to the careers of other high-profile designers.

Austin has lost a great man. His influence on the architectural community in Austin will live on for generations. May he rest in peace.

Here's a sketch study of the living room of a ranch we're designing near Brownwood, Texas. The northerly exposure of the living room looks over a beautiful alluvial floodplain in the watershed for Lake Brownwood. We're working with David Wilkes Builders on this fun project!

Sometimes you need a break from designing. The Sanders Architecture team + family and friends took the day off on Friday to relax at Lake LBJ! #architecture #summer #Friday

We are working with the Capitol Area Council to review the site Master Plan for Lost Pines Scout Reservation. We look forward to an engaging #process, but for now here is a shot from our #site visit yesterday.

One of our favorite projects is featured on the May/June 2017 cover of Luxe Interiors + Design magazine. The condo customization in Austin, Texas, a collaboration with Cravotta Interiors, hits the newsstands soon!

How sublime design and live music combine at 3TEN ACL Live

When it came to working on an intimate listening room that would harken back to the original Austin City Limits taping studio, designers created a space that looks as good as it sounds.

Our recently completed music venue 3TEN Austin City Limits Live is featured on Curbed this week. If you want to see it in person, head down to 2nd Street a.k.a Willie Nelson Blvd in Austin, Texas! #livemusicvenue #austinmusic #texasmusic

Excited to share the full tour of this sophisticated W Residence remodel in our portfolio -- click the link in our profile. Designed in collaboration with @cravottainteriors and talented photography by @ryann_ford

Dreaming of this gathering room in our Experiential Learning Center on the @cyjtexas campus. The wood ceiling was originally going to be painted, but once it was installed, we all fell in love with the warm wood.

Our apologies for the radio silence in this space. We are busy working on some new projects! We'll have some updates soon, but for now please enjoy this photo of this crazy plant THRIVING in the limestone rock in our front yard.