In pursuit of creative spaces, Peerspace is making unique, inspired locations discoverable for people everywhere to hold events, meetings, shoots and more. We've picked a few of our favorites to give you a look into how each space is created.
Completed in 2014 by Pavonetti Office of Design, this Garden Street house in Downtown Austin has been featured widely in magazines around the globe due to its elegant & raw mix of elements, the designers call 'modern-industrial-barn.' This house has stunning 9ft tall steel windows, cathedral ceilings with exposed framing, wood and concrete floors, tiled bathrooms, and amazing attention to design detail in every nook.
Why this space works: The downstairs open floor plan is perfect for large groups to move between the comfortable and inviting living room and flavorful conversations held at the counter in the kitchen space. The design cleverly mixes hard, industrial metal materials, like the kitchen stools and formidable stairway, with the softening curves of the Chesterfield sofa, organic edge of the wood table, antlers and pendant lights. A fun, inviting character is created in this room by the contrast between these elements and styles.