PRESS

 

Maxable

MAY 2018

The Cockburn Casita & the Holly ADU made an appearance on an article, written by our very own Hunter Tipps, about how to get started on building a "granny flat."

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Read the article here.

Photography by Leonid Furmansky


Texas architect

may/jun 2018

The Holly ADU was featured in a 6 page article in the May/June "Open House" publication of Texas Architect Magazine. 

 

 

 

 

 

Design Team: Elliot Peterson & Davey McEathron

Read the article here.

Photography by Leonid Furmansky


Maxable

apr 2018

The Holly ADU was featured in Maxable's article regarding ADU's, maximization of properties, and affordability in Austin.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Read the article here.

Photography by Leonid Furmansky


Texas architect

Jan/Feb 2018

The Davey McEathron Architecture, Drophouse Design & Studio Lumina Art Installation, "Submerge," was recently featured in Texas Architect Magazine. There was a lot of excitement and energy in preparing and installing this urban intervention for the 9-day Waller Creek Light Show of November 2017 from all teams involved. 

Christopher Ferguson, Assoc. AIA of Clickspring Design and DO.GROUP DESIGN writes:

"Concentric LED cisrcles, representing ripples on a water surface well above guests' heads, blink slowly, giving the impression that visitors are themselves a part of the creek. In this way, its creators suggest that Submerge encourages self-reflection and and mutual concern for the shared , inhabitable space of the waterway."

 

Read the article here.

Photography by Leonid Furmansky


Dwell

jan/feb 2018

The Norris House bathroom was published in the "Kitchens and Baths" feature Dwell. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Photograph by Leonid Furmansky


glasstire

2012

The ¡el grupo! Pay Phone Revival Project was featured in the oldest online-only art magazine: Glasstire's article about the piece.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

See the full article here.


the austin chronicle
best of austin

2011

Davey McEathron, with ¡el grupo!, created the Mustache Ride as part of the Pay Phone Revival Project and the installation was chosen as a Critics Picks for the Best of Austin publication in the Austin Chronicle.