Editor Nigel F. Maynard sits down with Oaxaca Interests LLC President and Developer Brent Jackson to discuss an experimental production-home project in Dallas, TX.
Oaxaca Interests is in the midst of their development, called the Haciendas, which focuses on design wellness, lifestyle, and community.
Designed by architecture firm Lake Flato, the Haciendas in West Dallas are single-family homes made to redefine urban living, says Oaxaca Interests. The builds mix Mexican, Texan, and Japanese styles through its landscape, designed by Hocker.
“We really work hand-in-hand on starting with landscape first and appreciating the power of landscape prior to the actual structure,” says Jackson. “And so, it's a little bit of a reverse order when you look at who my competitors are in building homes. Most people have the landscape as an afterthought or a mid-thought, we start with landscape.”
The Haciendas has buyers saying, "I've never seen anything like this in West Dallas!" Why?
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