Marc Kleinmann of Bauhaus Custom Homes doesn’t build big white boxes. Sure, this contemporary townhouse in Oak Lawn has a modular design, but this Melrose Heights Condominium is an exercise in what the Germany native does with unfettered lines, luxe finishes, and dramatic architecture. That’s why Phillip Murrell of Compass RE‘s listing at 4015 Wycliff […]Read More
The 2015 real estate market in Dallas-Fort Worth went down in the books as the best in three decades, and year-end housing construction numbers placed Dallas as one of the country’s top building markets. North Texas is headquarters to some enormously talented (and busy!) builders. We’ve asked the best and brightest among them to tell us their predictions for 2016 homebuilding trends. […]Read More
The homebuilding market in DFW is super hot, and with a new year comes new trends. Candy already mentioned the emergence of the skullery, but there’s more! We’ve asked the best and brightest North Texas homebuilders to look into their crystal balls and make predictions about homebuilding trends for 2015. They’ve also given us some […]Read More
Bauhaus Custom Homes are built on the premise of making energy efficiency stylish and modern. So when Icemaggedon came around earlier this month, folks with Bauhaus homes stayed cozy and warm in their homes despite electricity outages, while the rest of us without power froze our butts off.
I asked Marc Kleinmann, founder of Bauhaus Custom Homes — A CandysDirt.com Approved Builder — what materials and strategies homeowners can use when building and renovating their homes to prepare before the next freeze hits Dallas. Should they invest in radiant barriers? New windows? Kleinmann gives us the low-down on energy efficiency after the jump!Read More
Somedays we here at CandysDirt.com just have to pinch ourselves because we can’t believe how lucky we are to know some of the most talented builders in North Texas. One builder who continually pushes the envelope is Bauhaus Custom Homes. The pioneering company headed by Marc Kleinman recently put together an amazing service for their clients — a design library that features the best of their work to take the anxiety and stress of building the perfect home off of their shoulders.
The Bauhaus Design Library gives clients two options — shopping Bauhaus’ portfolio of designs to mix and match a home that works for them, or a fully custom home designed by a cadre of experienced architects, managers, and contractors.
Kleinman took time out of his busy summer to give us the rundown on Bauhaus’ new design library and how it revolutionizes the homebuilding process. Read on for more!Read More
I love happy endings. I toured this home over a year ago, right after Ellen Terry sold it in April of 2009 for $1,275,000 — significantly marked down from $1,835,000. (Still a good deal: the seller, John Janik, paid $749,000 for the property in 2004.) The new owner then began a massive restoration and renovation with builder extraordinaire […]Read More