The Guild of Austin Artisans is a professional organization of custom architectural specialists creating a Renaissance of the ornamental trades in Austin, TX. We help turn buildings into architecture.
These two floor lamps are custom pieces we designed for a client who wanted to combine rustic and modern for her gorgeous home. We collaborated with her closely to achieve her goals and succeeded. We are now working on her ranch project.
This chandelier was created for a wonderful eclectic home in Westlake Hills with lots of glass, wood and stone. It's an open, natural feeling abode tucked among beautiful oak trees on on Lake Austin. My client wanted to maintain the warm feel in her lighting and the art pieces we made for her. Thus we chose to work in our exclusive burned copper and dark patina...
Pollen Architects renovated the historic chapel at St. Ed's.
From its inception, the work of KINCANNON STUDIOS has drawn inspiration from places with a past. Our primary interest is to create architectural and sculptural environments that facilitate a textured, transitional experience.
As design professionals, we have carried our skills from the tradition of stone sculpture and masonry construction into the realm of…
posted on May 20, 2015 | permalink
The Big Medium Studio tour continues this coming weekend......Visit David Amdur, Guild Chairman- at his South Austin Studio on 4000 Clawson Road.
Visit West. Big Medium, org for more information
This new piece will be on exhibit at the West Artist Studio Tour on the weekend of May 16th and 17th
White Oak or Lacquered Ash sling chair with rug (designed by Alyson Fox, produced by HawkinsNY) used as inaugural sling
Designed and manufactured complete suite of furniture for Gardner Restaurant in Austin, TX.
This as a graduation mace of saple and maple . The display stand is anigre.
posted on March 14, 2015 | permalink
Custom lighting for the design firm Butter Lutz in Austin, TX
posted on March 4, 2015 | permalink
This dragon fly wall sconce is a beautiful example of our meticulous work.
Solid walnut or white oak rocking chair with hand woven paper cord seat.
We were recently commissioned to make 6 interior doors for a remodel by Austin builder, Scott Murray. Scott’s clients wanted the doors and cabinets to be as light in color as possible, so a two-step bleaching process was approved on an ash sample. The doors and moldings had to be constructed prior to going through this bleaching process. Four of the final...
This classic Ave D kitchen was expanded and matching cabinets were required. I was asked to make the replacements exactly like the originals.