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PHOTO BY PAUL BARDAGJY. Exceptional craft and a relationship with water characterize all of the projects in this issue. Water is a scarce commodity in Texas, and with the continuation of the relentless drought conditions across the state, water conservation and energy efficiency are increasingly important. The featured projects include examples of the seamless integration of high-tech mechanicals and well designed spaces. Water 40 46 52 60 A Sink in Every Room Milk + Honey, Austin Baldridge Architects The Boatmakers’ Craft Port Townsend House, Port Townsend, Wash. Invisible Aquatics Cascading Creek House, Austin Subtle Layers Torcasso Residence, Santa Fe, N. M. Jen Wong Shipley Architects Bercy Chen Studio Ingrid Spencer Jack Murphy, Assoc. AIA Page (formerly PageSoutherlandPage) 5/6 2014 Heather McKinney, FAIA Texas Architect 39

(Preview) Texas Architect May/June 2014: Water

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