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The Garden Bath in the New York Times The New York Times’ Emily Weinstein wrote an article on August 15 about outdoor bathing in the city. They included one of our designs, a bath set into a miniscule garden at a Mission District cottage. It was a collaboration a couple of years back between Seth Boor (of Boor Bridges Architecture), Kevin Smith (my honey), and me. Our friends at Concreteworks cast the tub on site.

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