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Architect Visit: Screened Porch by Poteet Architects in San Antonio, Texas

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Architect Visit: Screened Porch by Poteet Architects in San Antonio, Texas

Julie Carlson July 20, 2011

Summer is all about porches. Here’s a rustic, breeze-capturing screened pavilion from San Antonio, Texas-based Poteet Architects that caught our eye.

Photographs courtesy of Chris Cooper.


Poteet Architects out of San Antonio designed this rustic porchAbove: The rough-hewn timber frame blends into the wooded landscape.

Poteet Architects out of San Antonio designed this rustic porchAbove: A covered entry platform provides shade and protection from rain.

Poteet Architects out of San Antonio designed this rustic porchAbove: The screened porch is outfitted with vintage cane furniture, a ricepaper lantern, and the requisite hunting trophies.

Poteet Architects out of San Antonio designed this rustic porchAbove: The porch is a natural extension of the home.

For more porch ideas, check out A Bohemian Screened Porch in Texas and The Perfect Screened Porch.

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