2014 Hall of Fame Inductees: David Lake and Ted Flato

2013: The pool pavilion at a ranch completed by Lake/Flato Architects in Center Point, Texas. Photography by Robert Reck.

Founding partners David Lake and Ted Flato at their San Antonio office, with an acrylic on Japanese paper by Flato’s sister, Malou. Photography by Corey Leamon.

An Austin house’s lap pool, 2013. Photography by Casey Dunn.

Garden courtyards for a 2009 residence in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Photography by Frank Ooms.

Austin’s Congregation Agudas Achim, 2001. Photography by Paul Rocheleau.

An Austin house’s entry, 2011. Photography by Aaron Leitz.

The firm’s first project, a 1986 house in Hebbronville, Texas. Photography courtesy of Lake/Flato Architects.

A San Antonio warehouse converted into a residence, 2001. Photography by Chris Cooper.

Concrete flowing past the threshold of a 2009 house in Scottsdale, Arizona. Photography by Bill Timmerman.

Bars of rusted steel forming the house’s sun screen. Photography by Bill Timmerman.

An Austin house, 2011. Photography by Aaron Leitz.

On a 2009 ranch in Cross Timbers, Texas, one of the barns in corrugated and perforated Cor-Ten steel. Photography by Frank Ooms.

Another barn’s sliding door in pine. Photography by Frank Ooms.

An Austin house, 2003. Photography by Atelier Wong Photography.

Shangri La Botanical Gardens and Nature Center in Orange, Texas, 2007. Photography by Hester + Hardaway.

Austin’s Hotel San José, 2000. Photography by Casey Dunn.

Arizona State University’s health-services building, 2012, in Tempe. P hotography by Bill Timmerman.

The Betty and Clint Josey Pavilion at the Dixon Water Foundation in Decatur, Texas, 2014. P hotography by Casey Dunn.

The Full Goods Warehouse, 2009, at San Antonio’s Pearl Brewery, a mixed-use conversion. Photography by Lara Swimmer.

A steel-framed warehouse moved to Kyle, Texas, and converted into a residence, 1990. Photography by Hester + Hardaway.

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