Project Features

August 7, 2017

Seven striking staircases

These seven staircases (all from Sebastian projects) are proof that even transitional spaces can be artfully designed. These eye-catching stairs are perfect for making grand entrances.

The staircase at the St. John’s residence, designed by Larry E. Boerder, with interiors by Betty Lou Phillips, evokes a picture-postcard perfect Christmas morning.


The staircase at Preston Road, below, originally designed by DC Broadstone and remodeled by Richard Giegengack, with interior design by John Phifer Marrs Interiors.


Larry E Boerder Architects designed the staircase at gorgeous staircase at the Oaks residence, while Kirsten-Kelli created the interiors.

San Antonio’s Lake | Flato Architects designed the modern Watuaga residence, with interiors by Nancy Leib.

Highland Park is another residence designed by Quinlan Terry and updated by the inimitable Larry E Boerder. London’s Mlinaric Henry & Zervudachi Ltd designed the interiors.


Hablinski-Manion Architects show their unique style in the Desert I residence, with interiors by Hallberg Wiseley Designers.

Striking black and white lacquer stairs make a strong visual impact in the DeLoache residence, designed by Robert AM Stern Architects.

In the News

July 31, 2017

Sebastian Speaking at AIA Summer Conference in Austin

On Friday, a team from Sebastian will be sharing our popular presentation, Top 40 Misconceptions in the Planning of High-End Residences at the AIA Austin’s Summer Conference.

The Sebastian team hits the stage at 1pm on Friday, where we’ll talk about common misconceptions that undermine your luxury project results and ways to avoid them.

This two day educational event also features AIA President Tom Vonier, FAIA and Dean of the UT School of Architecture, Michelle Addington as Keynote Speakers.

See you in Austin!

Project Features

July 25, 2017

Featured: Corley Design Associates

While some interior designers boast about their signature style, the website of Corley Design Associates proudly touts that the firm has “no signature style.” Principals Dawn Bergman and Julie Stryker – professionals who worked alongside founder David Corley for 15 years – believe that not being known for a particular design aesthetic lets them put “clients’ likes and dislikes first, thus helping them develop and hone their own personal style.”

David Corley Interior Design launched in 1993, after a partnership with Joe Minton as Minton-Corley. Today, Bergan and Stryker continue to carry out David’s vision, style, and impeccable reputation.

Eschewing trends for “quality and timelessness” Corley Design Associates’ work appears in books, in magazines and on awards across Texas and beyond. A Dallas perennial favorite, CDA has been named a Best Designer by DHome in 2014, 2015, 2016 and 2017.

Let’s take a closer look at a Sebastian/Corley Design Associates collaboration, Aledo Ranch. With architecture by Turner Boaz, this project artfully melds cowboy-chic with sublime comfort and a touch of whimsy.

Project Features

July 17, 2017

In progress: Preston Hollow Residence by Booziotis

Enjoy a sneak peek at this sleek modern residence, designed by the inimitable Bill Booziotis, who passed away June 2016. The Dallas News called Booziotis one of Dallas’ “most thoughtful and beloved figures.” We couldn’t agree more – Bill was a brilliant architect who made work a pleasure.

He has forever left his mark on Dallas, through his service to community and through unique homes like this one, currently under construction in Preston Hollow.

Project Manager: Len Lewis
Field Superintendent: Kevin Hebert
Project Engineer: Trent Wilkins
Pre-Construction Manager: Kris Fincher

Architecture: Booziotis & Company (Dallas)
Associate Architects: Jess Galloway and Maria Nadeau

Landscape Architecture: Kevin Sloan Studio (Dallas)
Interior Design: Ronnberg Associates, Inc. (Denver)


Preston Hollow Modern - In Progress