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Amity Worrel

Amity Worrel


On The Park

These clients came to us as long time friends of Amity with a desire to finally create a forever home. As a Navy family, they’d travelled and lived all over the US and internationally, with homes in Florida, Washington, and Japan, but had yet to find a place to make… Read More

Fifth & West

In our second project for this client, we tackled a high-rise loft in the Hsu Architecture-designed Fifth & West Residences downtown. We previously designed a two-story bungalow for this busy family of four, and they asked us to make the loft function in a similar way. They wanted work space,… Read More


We first met this client a few years before the Bellvue project when they had approached regarding a remodel. After working with them on expanding the home they were in at the time, they came to the conclusion to build a new house instead. They brought us onboard with their… Read More

Peach Tree Street

I first got acquainted with  this client in the summer of 2021 while out on a western US road trip. I was determined that summer to get away and out of my house after being stuck for over a year due to Covid restrictions. We headed out in the car… Read More

Cat Mountain

This project sprang from the client’s dream to incorporate the charm and character of the east coast houses of her youth into a cliffside home in the heart of Central Texas. This ground-up new build brought together a great team of architects and designers in the early stages of the… Read More

Far West

This project was a very extensive renovation of a dated home in a lovely neighborhood.  From raising the ceiling to relocating the staircase, no area was left untouched. The client had a strong vision of wanting a traditional home with personal and very current style touches.  The butler’s pantry has… Read More


This young, creative couple moved to Austin from Chicago with a fantastic art collection and lots of ideas! They asked us to help transform their “concrete box’ into a warm home that reflected their interests and personalities. We selected a few key pieces of furniture to invest in, mixed in… Read More


A new builder spec home provided a clean slate for this family’s contemporary style in an established neighborhood. While maintaining the existing countertops and backsplash tiles, the cabinet elevation was streamlined by extending it to the ceiling. Bright white cabinets replacing the builder-grade dark wood takes the kitchen’s design and… Read More

White Rock

The 2,400-square-foot home of a young Austin bachelor was unfurnished and lacked hierarchy in the division of space. The goal was to bring modern masculinity to the space without being rustic or industrial. The home’s textural, contemporary look was highlighted with antique touches, including a pair of 1940s French candlestick… Read More


With the design freedom entrusted to us by the client, we were able to create a unique home with intriguing pieces and accents. The entryway was devoid of function. By utilizing the long, wide hall as a landing point for the family, we created a space that reflected their needs. Read More

Bryker Woods

This client purchased their home site unseen…well the husband had seen it but the wife had not. While it was located in the “right neighborhood” for their health-conscious, active lifestyle with easy access to trails for early morning running, the clients felt that the “blank canvas” of the home needed… Read More

Bonham Terrace

This guest home renovation was inspired by their small one bedroom home nestled in Travis Heights. The clients wanted to create a serene respite near bustling downtown Austin for their visiting family and friends. The project progressed from project management to furniture selection and styling. Tall brass vintage sconces for… Read More