AUSTIN, TEXAS | 45,000 SF
Currently under construction, the Texas Association of Counties Risk Management Pool (TAC RMP) wanted to redevelop their existing property in downtown Austin as office lease investment properties. GSC Architects has responded with designs for a building that both pay homage to the civic “court-house” architecture of the existing Texas Association of Counties adjacent headquarters at 1210 San Antonio; and establish a more modern street presence to attract high-profile tenants. Cut limestone facades combine with a clean butt-glazed glass storefront system and large punched windows to create a unique street presence for the building. The new 1204 San Antonio office building features four sub-grade underground parking levels, compelling door spaces for prospective tenants, including a large shaded second-floor outdoor terrace.
It’s been a fascinating process — take a peek at the construction camera:
CLIENT Texas Association of Counties SERVICES PROVIDED Planning, Programming, Architectural Design, Interior Design, Construction Documents, Construction Administration RENDERINGS GSC Architects and Bogza