Pilgrim's very own jefe was selected to answer Austin Monthly Home's question, "How do you see homes in Austin evolving over the next 10 years?" Pick up a copy of the Spring 2016 issue to read the full article. We're honored to be featured alongside nine other colleagues in the industry we respect and admire.
"According to the architects, builder Branson Fustes was instrumental in the success of the labor-intensive project. 'Branson was committed to the idea of doing something sensible, even if it was counter to the way most houses are built today,' Ryan Burke explains." - Excerpt from Luxe Magazine's article
Congratulations to A Parallel Architecture.
Mark your calendars to join us on Sunday, May 3rd for the second annual Farmgrass Fest at Simmons Family Farm in Niederwald. The lineup includes local bluegrass bands The Gravy Brothers + Special Guests, Whiskey Shivers, The Lost Pines, Brennen Leigh & Noel McKay's High Plains Jamboree and Fog & Bone. Several food trucks will be on site to serve up delicious fare. Tickets can be purchased for $20 from the Farmgrass website and all proceeds go to help independent farmers of Central Texas with unexpected medical expenses. Additional information can be found on www.farmgrassfest.com . Hope to see you there!
Check out Introspective Magazine's lovely article on Andersson-Wise Architects in their story, "The Poetry of Place." Thrilled to see the Bunny Run Boat Dock featured in the article!
To read the entire article, click here.
Pilgrim is currently working on a project in central Austin designed by Mell Lawrence Architects. This unique residence has no framed exterior walls. The lower level walls are cast in place concrete which transition to a ten foot tall continuous wood window wall. A guest house sits adjacent the main house and is an entirely cast in place concrete structure. The floors at the main house are concrete while the interior framed walls are clad in wood which was reclaimed from the house previously located on the site. We are looking forward to watching this beautiful home take shape.
At the end of this summer, we broke ground on a new wedding and event space 20 miles outside of Austin in Dripping Springs. Prospect House blends the acclaimed architecture of Max Levy, the award-winning landscape design of Ten Eyck Landscape Architects with the vision of one amazing couple.
Visit www.prospecthousetx.com to see what the buzz is about.
On October 24, friends, colleagues and family came out to celebrate another great year at the third annual Pilgrim/Enabler/Steel House MFG/Bold MFG shop party. Sanctuary Print Shop was slinging tshirts and Jardineros were turning baseball bats. Good food, good drink and a good time were had by all.
Special thanks to photographer, Patrick Larson.
If you want to be notified of next year's party, send us a message and we'll add your email to the list. Everyone is welcome!
The Stubb's Greenroom was selected as one of the projects featured in Design Bureau's first issue of Design Bureau 100, 100 "spaces that speak to the importance of design in our lives". Pilgrim Building is proud to be a part of this impressive project.