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The 24th Annual Symphony Designer Showhouse highlights three ranch homes,
which have been decorated by talented Austin-area design professionals.
nous space,” Radovich continued. “The sup-
ple surface of the cork flooring was the single
most asked about feature during the tour.”
The dining wall is finished with approxi-
mately 43,000 one-by-two-inch glass tiles set
vertically. By alternating polished and matte
finishes, the monochromatic stripe creates a
watery effect. Sconces illuminate the glass at
night and three MR16 spots light the espresso
dining table.
A collaboration of the designers, electricians
and an artisan welder, the massive custom
chandelier is eight feet in diameter and hangs
15 feet from the ceiling. Half mirror globes
reflect the room below and create a spoke-like
shadow on the ceiling at night.
Updated with a rectilinear shape, the stain-
less steel fireplace contrasts the oversized por-
celain tiles that mimic oxidized steel. The
“mantel” has an integrated light box. The fire-
box is filled with specialty glass that diffuses
the gas flames emulating fire dancing on ice.
Modern and vintage furnishings with
original art and sculpture from local artists ac-
centuate the chic space, including a Bensen
Canyon Sectional, Presotto Coffee Table and
several other unique pieces.
“I’d love to live in this house! Its clarity of
The 8-foot wide, custom-built chandelier illuminates the dining area. The wall of the dining area features 43,000 glass
form and quality materials give it a sense of
tiles set vertically with alternating polished and matte finishes. Photography by Tre Dunham, Fine Focus Photography.
comfort, ease and elegance in everyday life,”
This year’s Designer Showcase sponsored “Our vision was to create a fashionable space
says Radovich.
by The Women’s Symphony League of Aus- with international appeal. The use of organic
Sharon Radovich, owner of Pa-
tin, titled “Villas, Vistas & Violins,” included materials alongside industrial, machined ma-
nache Interiors in Austin, is the
three Comanche Canyon Ranch homes and terials created a balance of ‘man and nature,’”
Chairman of the Board for the
featured the work of more than 20 area design Radovich says. The designers dramatized the
Austin Fine Art Alliance and
professionals. One of the project’s designer- 24-foot ceiling with a shimmering wall and
the founder of City Art Link,
coordinators, Sharon Radovich, teamed up massive chandelier. To eliminate acoustic is-
an organization that promotes
with her Panache Interiors associate Esther sues they specified sustainable cork flooring.
local artists.
Almgren to complete the spacious living Additionally, they selected a refreshing palette
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room and overhead catwalk in one of the of kelly green, umber and the silvery grays
Panache Interiors
radovich
three homes. At first glance the designers rec- found in local cacti.
5621 Shoal Creek Blvd.
ognized the impressive strength of the space “Many of the products are sustainable or
Austin, TX 78756
and persuaded the builder to modernize by reclaimed, including elements of the art. The
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eliminating the proposed rock columns, rich cork flooring eliminated acoustic con-
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