San Antonio House by Lake Flato Architects Exemplifies Indoor-Outdoor Living

Lake Flato Architects associate Laura Kaupp Jensen approaches the Texas limestone facade of a house the firm built in San Antonio. Photography by Casey Dunn.

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The living-dining room features an LED pendant fixture by John Procario. Photography by Casey Dunn.

A 300-year-old oak dominates the main courtyard, surfaced with crushed granite. Photography by Casey Dunn.

Limestone also paves the main walkway. Photography by Casey Dunn.

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The living area’s chaise longue by the Haas Brothers faces away from the dining area’s credenza by Tyler Hays and portrait of John Wayne by Andy Warhol. Photography by Casey Dunn.

Floating stairs, rising to two bedrooms, combine blackened steel and white oak. Photography by Casey Dunn.

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George Nakashima Woodworker: Custom Chair, Bench.

Bruck Lighting: Track Lighting.

Dornbracht: Sink Fittings.

Rocky Mountain Hardware: Cabinet Hardware.

Custom versions of George Nakashima’s chair and bench provide seating for the kitchen island. Photography by Casey Dunn.

Max Lamb designed the table poolside. Photography by Casey Dunn.

Steel spouts feed the koi pond. Photography by Casey Dunn.

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The master bathroom’s vanity is wengé wrapped in a quartz composite. Photography by Casey Dunn.

Both the bathroom and bedroom of the master suite open to a screened porch with mahogany louvers. Photography by Casey Dunn.

Guest quarters occupy a freestanding pavilion. Photography by Casey Dunn.

Copper clads part of the main wing of the house. Photography by Casey Dunn.