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House 334 Renovation / Craig McMahon Architects


\During the renovation of this home in San Antonio, Texas, it was found that the original 1200 sqft home was a prototype for residential concrete construction by local experimental builder HB Zachry in the 1950’s, that included tilt wall exterior panels and solid 4″ concrete interior walls. After discovering this information, the new renovation and addition, which was designed by Craig McMahon Architects, quickly became focused on respecting its natural concrete nature — via CONTEMPORIST

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