A large-scale facility with colorfully stuccoed walls recalling those of Mexican architect Luis Barragán, the building lies low on the edge of the Laguna Madre, with an airy, triangular-shaped lobby that converts into a canopied terrace as it pierces into the marshes.
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South Padre Island Convention Center
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