PHOTO BY SHAU LIN HON.
A restored dance pavilion on the Gulf Coast and the new landscape of a mid-century home designed by O’Neil Ford in San Antonio make up our discussion on rehabilitation. Both projects were executed with extreme care, respecting the buildings’ historic fabric and contexts. They are also both successful examples of how the old and new can coexist.
A Coastal Bend Reinvention Sylvan Beach Pavilion, La Porte
Water’s Edge Rockridge Gardens, San Antonio
Candid Rogers, AIA
Tobin Smith Architect
Texas Architect 71
Published on Apr 28, 2014
Exceptional craft and a relationship with water characterize all of the projects in this issue. Water is a scarce commodity in Texas, and wi...