Houston AIA Honor Award 1995; Texas Society of Architects Honor Award 1994

The design of a 6,000 square feet house for a family of 4 relates a series of distinct gardens to a long, two-story linear structure 150 feet long by 20 feet wide which accommodates public functions on the lower level and private functions above. Treated as a pavilion, perpendicular to the linear structure and in one of the gardens is the metal clad living room, serving also as the entrance. Major materials are concrete block and galvanized metal.