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With roots extending back to a two-person partnership formed in 1898, Page is one of the most prolific and enduring architecture and engineering design practices. Page architects, engineers, interior designers, planners, strategic analysts and technical specialists provide services throughout the United States and abroad. Our diverse, international portfolio includes projects in the healthcare, academic, government and science and technology sectors, as well as civic, corporate and urban housing projects. The Page portfolio consists largely of complex projects that benefit from our integrated disciplines and that make a significant impact on the communities they serve. We are guided by the three core values of creativity, collaboration, and commitment, and through the force of these ideals, we live up to our promise of design that makes lives better.

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our philosophy

Collaborating with a client to design their home fosters a very intimate professional relationship. A house is more than shelter; it simultaneously represents the owner to the world and also serves as their emotional refuge. At Page, we understand houses, and the people who love them. Collectively, our design team has over 50 years of experience in creating and implementing visions for new houses as well as bringing the spirit of older homes into today’s technological world through thoughtful renovations. Our portfolio of luxury residences ranges from intimate high-rises to large estate houses. We work with you from concept to completion - integrating our strengths to create a design with a thoughtful connection to the surrounding environment and incorporating sustainable technology in the architecture. We also provide interior design, custom furnishings and artwork selection to ensure your persona is realized in every element. Our team brings a whole world of experience to bear on the details of our projects and has enhanced our clients’ dreams in ways that many people had not considered. We take great pride in our ability to design homes that not only exceed our clients’ expectations, but continue to delight them long after moving in. Tell us your vision and let us show you how extraordinary it can become.

our team

Larry Speck, FAIA Larry is well known equally for his diverse portfolio of award-winning architecture and his distinguished career as an inspiring educator. As a prolific author and influential critic, Larry also has contributed significantly to the development of ideas that have broadened the general public’s understanding of the impact that buildings have on their communities and the way they live, work and play. Wendy Dunnam Tita, AIA Wendy’s success as an architect derives from a process rooted in listening. She seeks inspiration in the core of the client’s needs and project goals. Her creative, elegant, design solutions are built upon the muse of the client and their personal vision. With a strong foundation in fully integrated architecture and interior design, Wendy’s other areas of expertise include custom furniture design and art selection. Justin Sabatini Justin has built his acumen as an award-winning designer through careful consideration of how people interact with buildings, and in turn how buildings interact with their environment. His attention to materiality, functionality, and performance allows his designs to act as an interface between people, their immediate surroundings, and the environment at large. Justin’s personal artistic endeavors have helped him cultivate a keen eye for proportion, form, and detail.

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House on Turtle Creek Dallas, Texas Service Provided Architecture / Design / Interiors Final Project Size 7,330 Square Feet Type of Construction Renovation and Addition Awards AIA Austin Citation of Honor Building Stone Institute, Tucker Stone Award SARA Design of Honor TSA Honorable Mention

The House on Turtle Creek is a thorough renovation and addition to 1970s house originally designed by noted Dallas architect Bud Oglesby. The project became a kind of collaboration with Bud via the bones that he left for the house. Both ends of the structure, which were severely deteriorated, were removed; the house now opens up to extraordinary views of Turtle Creek and the Dallas Country Club. The delineation of zones for “servant” and “served” spaces, which paid homage to Louis Kahn in the original house, is now clarified and fortified. Luscious materials – sand blasted, cut Leuders limestone; Almondria wood; steel sash windows; a literally “hung” glass curtain wall; stainless steel fabric; scagliola – are employed throughout the new design. Both inside and outside rich, tactile surfaces are made even more vivid by a variety of natural light sources.

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above outdoor dining patio right stone tower

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right outdoor dining space

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right stairwell to second floor below foyer

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above living room overlooking the creek top right dining room bottom right kitchen with breakfast bar

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right family room with outdoor dining beyond

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above master bedroom left home office

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Torcasso Residence Santa Fe, New Mexico Service Provided Architecture / Design Services / Interior Design Final Project Size 6,000 Square Feet Type of Construction New Construction Awards Society of American Registered Architects Excellence Award and Best in Class CoD+A Award Collaboration of Design and Art Residential RTF Sustainability Awards First Award - Residential

The Torcasso House is inspired by the spectacular landscape of northern New Mexico and by the prospect of living in nature in a way that creates a constant and memorable connection to the mountains, the sky, the air and the climate of this extraordinary place. The house lies long and low, hugging the contours of a steep hill just under its crest. Expansive views from its north face stretch to Espanola and Los Alamos twenty miles away and survey layers of mountain ranges beyond a broad valley. The south face of the house works with a 20-foot rock outcrop on the side of the hill to create a long, thin, sunny courtyard. In the midsection of the house two rammed earth volumes delimit the public spaces and frame 60-foot apertures that link the living/ dining/kitchen area to the broad view on one side and to the contained courtyard on the other. Large operable glass panels slide away to create complete continuity from panorama, open terrace, trellised outdoor room and high-ceilinged interior space on the north side to more intimate wood-capped interior space, roofed terrace and courtyard to the south.

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above deck open to living, dining, and kitchen left kitchen with breakfast bar

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above and right living room with wet bar far right hallway in master suite

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above master bedroom left gallery from the garage

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above living room with garden court beyond top right garden court when first planted bottom right garden court after a few seasons

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Concrete House Austin, Texas Service Provided Architecture / Design Services Final Project Size 6,000 Square Feet Type of Construction New Construction Awards Traditional Home Design Award Austin Chapter AIA Honor Award

Poor soil conditions on a spectacular site required a heroic foundation with few drilled piers and deep foundation beams. This, combined with the steep slope, gorgeous views, and abundant existing trees, dictated a long, thin rectangular footprint and a simple concrete volume to span between the piers. All of the major rooms, which look out to the trees or above them to downtown Austin, are housed in this primary volume. Looser, shaped wooden volumes are arranged around the concrete structure, housing the kitchen, entry, carport and porches. The home’s materials–plywoodformed concrete, bleached and weathered wood, and the curving, standing-seam roof– fade into the natural woods from the street. Inside, exposed concrete complements the clients’ antique furniture and rugs as well as their distinguished collection of modern art. A series of seven Jasper Johns collages are dramatically hung on the curved wall of the entry, allowing them a special dialogue with each other.

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right living room

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above eat-in kitchen right master bath

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Condo at Austin City Lofts Austin, Texas

Service Provided Architecture / Interior Design Final Project Size 2,000 Square Feet Type of Construction New Construction Awards Dream Home, Best Interior Design for Condominium /Loft Dream Home, Best Condominium / Loft Austin AIA Honor Award – Loft Interiors TSA Design Award (2006) IIDA Texas/Oklahoma Chapter Residential Design Excellence Award

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above living, dining, kitchen, and stair to master suite left kitchen far left balcony

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above home office right hallway to master suite

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Tarrytown Residence Austin, Texas Service Provided Architecture / Design Services Final Project Size 5,000 Square Feet Type of Construction New Construction

Several large heritage oak trees dominate this long narrow site in a historic Austin neighborhood. Taking full advantage of the shade provided by the canopies of the oaks, the house weaves its way through the site creating two distinctly different courtyards. This meandering shape also serves to create a desired separation between the public and private areas of the house. With the public living areas focused around one court and the private bedroom areas looking onto another, every room can enjoy an indooroutdoor living experience. With lots of glass to take full advantage of the views and sunlight from the courts, a shading element was needed to aid in minimizing heat gain and provide an extra layer of privacy. For this purpose, and to soften the lines of the house, a light wood and steel trellis wraps many of the exterior facades. This delicate shading element creates a soft dappled light through many rooms in the house while maintaining a strong visual connection to nature.

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above media room with courtyard and outdoor fireplace beyond top right master bedroom bottom right kitchen with media room beyond

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Courtyard House Santa Fe, New Mexico Service Provided Architecture / Design Services Final Project Size 5,000 Square Feet Type of Construction New Construction

Sitting atop a hill bordering extensive parklands, this house enjoys spectacular panoramic views of the New Mexico landscape. To capitalize on this extraordinary site, the body of the house creates a ‘U’ shape that provides each room with a view out to the distant mountains. A wall constructed of stones pulled directly from the site, connects the two ends of the house to enclose a private courtyard. With the closest neighbors miles away, and undisturbed wildlife habitats all around, this central courtyard allows the owners and their guests to enjoy the pleasant New Mexico climate both day and night without disrupting the native wildlife. Their collection of paintings and sculpture is displayed in a wide hallway that rings the courtyard, allowing a connection to the artwork from both inside and out. This gallery space also creates the spine of the house, connecting all of the rooms to each other and to the courtyard. As you traverse the gallery from one side of the house to the other, the rooms go from public to private. The courtyard follows suit and is divided into two spaces: one more formal for hosting private events, and the other more informal with a pool and space for kids to play.

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above stairway to master suite above and basement below left dining room

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left entry courtyard

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