Buckeye House / Paul Lamb Architects

Austin-based Paul Lamb Architects have designed Buckeye House, a two-storey private residence located in Buckeye, Texas, US. The interior design was conceived by McAlpine Boothe & Ferrier Interiors and construction was completed by Crowell Builders. Photography by Casey Dunn

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