Texas Ice House introduces a new interface for architecture and urbanism in the Houston landscape. It operates in three significant ways: in the relationship to program; in the relationship to patronage; and in the relationship to a recognizable space-time continuum once embodied in the material and spatial dimensions of the city.

It is sited on Montrose Boulevard, adjacent to a U.S. Highway 59 over-pass, in Houston. Functional elements for the Texas Ice House include a drive-thru, a lunch counter, a convenience store, a sidewalk detour, a stock ramp, a beer garden, and a proprietor's flat.

Sawyer Properties. Houston, Texas (USA) 1994  
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