BLUE SKIES RETRO RESORT PAVILION AND CANOPIES   Our work at the Blue Skies retro resort entailed a pavilion bath house and canopy structures located outside of Fredericksburg. The structures are designed in harmony with the beautiful west Texas landscape while being inspired by Palm Springs. The pavilion bath house has a butterfly roof form with exposed cmu block and has a close integration of landscape with pool area and palm trees. The canopy awning structures provide shade and shelter for Shasta trailers and act as contemporary follies in the landscape. Both bridge together west Texas modern and midcentury design from Palm Springs.     Contractor : Bobby Ruff   Structural Engineer :  Fort Structures    Photo Credits : Blue Skies and Stephanie Lemmo
       
     
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  BLUE SKIES RETRO RESORT PAVILION AND CANOPIES   Our work at the Blue Skies retro resort entailed a pavilion bath house and canopy structures located outside of Fredericksburg. The structures are designed in harmony with the beautiful west Texas landscape while being inspired by Palm Springs. The pavilion bath house has a butterfly roof form with exposed cmu block and has a close integration of landscape with pool area and palm trees. The canopy awning structures provide shade and shelter for Shasta trailers and act as contemporary follies in the landscape. Both bridge together west Texas modern and midcentury design from Palm Springs.     Contractor : Bobby Ruff   Structural Engineer :  Fort Structures    Photo Credits : Blue Skies and Stephanie Lemmo
       
     

BLUE SKIES RETRO RESORT PAVILION AND CANOPIES

Our work at the Blue Skies retro resort entailed a pavilion bath house and canopy structures located outside of Fredericksburg. The structures are designed in harmony with the beautiful west Texas landscape while being inspired by Palm Springs. The pavilion bath house has a butterfly roof form with exposed cmu block and has a close integration of landscape with pool area and palm trees. The canopy awning structures provide shade and shelter for Shasta trailers and act as contemporary follies in the landscape. Both bridge together west Texas modern and midcentury design from Palm Springs.


Contractor: Bobby Ruff

Structural Engineer: Fort Structures

Photo Credits: Blue Skies and Stephanie Lemmo

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