Made in Austin: Jonathan Terrell on what makes the Texas capital so captivating

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Soho Home debuts a new terrace collection by local Austin artists for the latest House opening

Video by Elijah Alvardo

To mark the opening of Soho House Austin, we collaborated with local artists, such as ceramicist Keith Kreeger and muralists Desireé Vaniecia and Hayley Mitchell, to create a Soho Home terrace collection. Designed exclusively for the House’s third-floor terrace, it includes six pieces of outdoor furniture, and each one is handmade in California using local materials and upholstery to honour its location. The exclusive iroko tables and outdoor chairs are displayed among banquette seating, a wooden pergola and reclaimed wooden lamps, combining Texan style with a Spanish aesthetic.

Soho House Austin member and singer-songwriter, Jonathan Terrell, is a true embodiment of the city. A bold lyricist and frontman, he has immersed himself in the capital’s music scene since 2006. Above, Terrell reveals how Austin shapes his lyrical narrative and what being made in America means to him.

Click here to shop the Soho House Austin terrace collection.


A stylish room with drawn curtains and view of a sunset
A performer with a cowboy hat and a guitar
A club space with groups of people socialising
Two cocktails on a marble table
A stylish room with low lighting and a pink velvet sofa
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