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Marcus Mohon Interiors is a design studio defined by a distinctive fluency in architecture, a sincere value of personal connections and a commitment to creating extraordinary living ambiences.
The creation process is meandering bringing the clients’ vision to life, thoughtfully guiding them to a unique expression of the clients’ inherent style, providing support and transparency at every turn. Marcus Mohon Interiors will craft profound interior experiences, filled with graceful elegance and distinct shapes.
This project is inspired by a southern European style; overlooking Barton Creek, the spacious home radiates receptive old-world elegance through cosy furnishings and mottled-stone walls. Every space is comfortable and still stylish, having eliminated the concepts of formal and informal from the interiors.
The client wanted a light design so the studio used lighter than expected stains and a stone flooring with a fog-like colour; the furnishings are a gathering of neutrals interwoven with a thread of blue through the home – due to this, the interiors have an easy feeling in attitude and youthful spirit.
A recent renovation of an underachieving ‘70’s-era ranch house is a testament to the magic that happens when an interior designer and a savvy client collaborate. For their seventh project –the Blanco River ranch house– Marcus Mohon served as both interior designer and architect. The native stone-clad clunker sat on a tributary that flows into the Blanco Ranch, with the river’s crystal waters and cypresses creating a parklike setting that’s the epitome of Hill Country bliss.
This project combines French Modernism with Contemporary Design; the walls in the bedrooms and baths were torn down in order to create an open floor plan, whilst combining materials that would be both elegant and livable.
Influenced by the landscape of the Texas Hill Country, which rolls up to the edge of Austin, the house was designed along a meandering axis that follows the ridge of the site.
Art is the word in this Austin, Texas high-rise. Filled to the brim with distinctive pieces from Twyla, space became a visionary reflection of the homeowner’s sense of style.
By the Sea project combines the perfect harmony between interior design and architecture design; it has a largely British Colonial interior within a Dutch Colonial-inspired exterior.
In the search for a new home, sometimes practicality takes precedence.
The house was special even in the beginning and the magic only increased through design and construction as Marcus Mohon Interiors chose to leave the interior structure exposed and finished it as if it had been in the salt air for decades.
Inspired by Mediterranean villas, the Idea House sits humbly a short way down an inlet of Texas’ Lake LBJ. Its location at the water’s edge makes one wonder if to jump in for a dip or not. And that nearness to the water is like a siren song, drawing out those who dwell there. The studio used a cool pallet of sandy neutrals and watery blue-greens to provide a sense of freshness from the heat outside.
Marcus Mohon Interiors have designed projects from coast to coast, and the Texas perspective, allows Marcus Mohon to combine the urban and the rural, the elegant and the humble, the refined and the rough.
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