Architects and brothers Chuong and Chung Nguyen founded MC2 Architects and MC2 Construction in 1995 on the philosophy that exquisite design and functional construction are inseparable.
For well over 20 years, the award-winning duo has made their mark on Houston’s architectural landscape by using a singular vision and oversight to maximize efficiency and intricate detail. You may recognize their distinctive flair within the Houston community through commercial projects like Triniti, Lemon Grass, Adara Medical Spa, and MF Sushi.
Over the course of their career, the two have amassed such accolades as the 2012 Mayor’s Proud Partners Award, 2012 Keep Houston Beautiful Landmark Award, 1999 University of Houston Alumni Association’s Designer of the Year, 2006 University of Houston Alumni Association’s Hall of Fame Award, 2016 Paper City Design Award, multiple AIA Houston Design Awards and Honor Awards, and many more.
Their newest residential development only further displays MC2’s exceptional craftsmanship. Located in Houston’s prestigious River Oaks neighborhood, the modern two-story dwelling sits tastefully on over 10,000 square feet of lot space and will feature up to six bedrooms. The box-like stucco exterior in Brilliant White is flanked by two large oak trees and features several windows in various shapes and sizes, creating a bold, avant-garde masterpiece.
Highlights include a spacious open floor plan, a large pool, summer kitchen, wine room, Italian porcelain tile, select-grade red oak flooring, and luxurious designer finishes throughout. Perhaps the most attractive characteristic is the entire wall of glass windows lining the living room, which looks out onto the spectacularly landscaped backyard and allows for an even greater entertainment space.
The master suite, which takes up nearly half the second floor, includes one of the home’s three remote-controlled gas fireplaces, along with an Ipe wood balcony that overlooks the pool. It also incorporates an expansive walk-in closet, which features an elegant lighting system and a dramatic shoe gallery.
In addition to being electrically ready for an elevator, the Energy Star home is made with a TPO membrane roof system, LED recessed lighting, low-energy insulated windows, and spray foam insulation.
Listed by Julia Wang and Nancy Almodovar of Nan and Company Properties/Christie’s International Real Estate, the home’s projected unveiling is set for spring 2018. Wang, a technology-driven marketing professional, is one of Nan and Company Properties’ top-performing producers and has extensive experience working with luxury builders. Almodovar is the company's CEO and has been named the No. 1 luxury realtor in Houston by the Houston Business Journal.
For more information on this new River Oaks development, contact Julia Wang at firstname.lastname@example.org or Nancy Almodovar at email@example.com. You can also reach the firm by phone at 713-714-6454.