Project Date: 2017
"We hired Neel Morton and the Office of Architecture to design a contemporary home with a nod to Midcentury aesthetics which we are building in in the Texas Hill Country. As home builders, we look for people who are aware of budget constraints, easy to work with, and well-versed in their field. Neel is all this and much more. Professional and talented, he understands the craft of building, as well as the artistry involved. He's creative, practical and also knows all about the latest products. The highest recommendation I can give is to say that I would use an individual again and that's definitely the case with Neel.
Project Date: 2015
"We had an excellent experience with Neel. We used his Office of Architecture to design and follow up on the building of our new house. He was able to put in architectural plans our ideas plus suggest very good changes when needed. His initial questionnaire methodology was very helpful to envision the time line and the different things involved from beginning to end of the building process. His follow up with the builder and the different suppliers was very thorough making sure he matched the quality and price we had agreed on previously. Neel's fees were also very close to the original budget he had given us. For anyone trying to build a home with unique characteristics, we highly recommend him.
Project Date: 2012
“I would highly recommend Neel. After interviewing a handful of Austin architects, my husband and I hired Neel (out of Wimberley, TX) to help us draw plans for a small bunkhouse (~1500 sq. ft) on some property we own in the Texas hill country. We wanted to use an ICF product for the house and Neel is very well versed in drawing plans using ICF (Insulated concrete forms). The product produces a home that is not only incredibly energy efficient, the walls are over 12" thick and give a fortress like feel within a small space. The house has blown us away. Neel took a small footprint and created a truly unique space that flows so well it feels twice as big as the plans indicate. The ceilings soar close to 20 feet and he has truly gone the extra mile to help source some beautiful timbers for us to use for the ceiling, beams and porches. His involvement throughout the whole project has helped us stay on schedule and budget. It is evident that he takes great pride in his work and sees our bunkhouse as a work of art (which it is).”