This modern church building distills the traditional central nave and side aisle floor plan to its most basic forms. The stone and wood-frame sanctuary is modest by the standards of some of the firm's work but reflects the materials of the Central Texas region adapted to their preferred Wrightian vocabulary.
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St. Francis Episcopal Church
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