Gable Bostic

  1. Force-Majeure
  2. Flashpoint
  3. Easton Arch
  4. Zilker Brewing Co
  5. New Haven Door
  6. Rocky Rd
  7. Madison Ct

  1. Collective Domesticity 
  2. Good - Well, Better
  3. Shift
  4. Break the Cycle
  5. Commons Ford
  6. Barton Springs
  7. Gimme Shelter
  8. Small Bite

  1. Nodo Lounge Chair
  2. Bexar Chair
  3. Tre Table
  4. Shen Stool
  5. 701 Lounger
  6. 701 Cafe Chair
  7. Break Table and Stools
  8. Cask Rocker
  9. Bike Rack

Gable Bostic —

is a designer with plans of becoming an architect. He has lived here and there around Texas and picked up a few degrees along the way. For a while he designed and built furniture in Austin. When he’s not spending time with his wife and dogs, he’s probably on a bike.


1. Collective Domesticity


Info Integrative Studio, Professor Martin Haettasch
Team Juan Acosta, Gable Bostic
Date Spring 2020
Awards UTSOA Design Excellence, Integrative Studio, 2019-2020 Academic Year

            A new prototype for collective housing: our project addresses collectivity in both a formal and social sense, existing between the commercial and residential scales present in Austin’s I-35 corridor, a normative American condition. A diversity of programs and multigenerational living create an inherently diverse community. Additionally, a courtyard typology is used to negotiate the spectrum of private and shared space. Volumes, comprising multiple housing units ranging from studio apartments to four bedrooms, penetrate a commercial plinth that circulates both residents and mechanical systems. The use of heavy timber ensures an equitable use of resources while also imbuing the project with a familiar material character. 

Analysis of St. John neighborhood
Finding the balance between the single-family zoned neighborhood of St. John and the large commercial structures lining the i35 corridor

Site Plan - i35 running north and south on left side of image