as a treat from my architecture professor, my studio was taken on a tour of Antoine Predock's Turtle Creek Residence and the Pumphouse on Turtle Creek by Cunningham Architects. Sorry in advance on the shitty pics...only had the baby camera today. I was not expecting this trip, and was kind of rushed through the tours (15-20 minutes per) here are pics: Turtle Creek Residence: entrance Back yard (yes that is a mirror reflecting the backyard) Detail of how said mirror is placed on structure Stairs at entry; leads to formal dining(not pictured), living and the library (see below) Library Egress from library and living room to backyard Living room Also an external catwalk for birdwatching dinnerware and wine storage one view of long hall (leads to guest bedroom) and that is glass railing partially in view on the left Another view of long hall Guest Bedroom (me likey picture collection) shitty lighting and camera shake :Owned: "Bird Blind" if you stand in the center of the circular form, you hear your own echo, while no one else in there is able to. egress hall from kitchen toward Pumphouse and now the Pumphouse: Covered walkway b/t houses First view through the gate next view of outside Loft Balcony at end of above view around the corner front and now, the inside: windows of open space below "apartment" another view of open space the cantilevered resonating stairs to the "apartment" First item that caught my eye when in the "apartment" the exit to balcony overlooking grounds grounds the bath Turtle Creek, the body both properties front that pretty much sums it up...i wish i had more time to explore and catch more of the nuances of the structures, but it was still an amazing experience. any questions?